High-quality Training that leads to real jobs
Government Funded Courses
We have the expertise you need.
The government-funded courses provide:
High-quality training that students and industry can trust, aligned to industry and workforce needs
A real voice for the industry in training
Funding for high needs learners who need additional support to engage with and succeed in education and training
Access to targeted, relevant training for students in regional areas.
EWVS can help you get enrolled in the program to help you equip with the necessary training required for the modern workforce.
To be eligible for the government-funded courses, you must
1. Meet one of the following Citizen/residency status:
i) an Australian citizen;
ii) a holder of a permanent visa; or
iii) a New Zealand citizen;
b) Enrolling and commencing training in a course
or qualification provided by the Training Provider
between the Commencement Date and 31
December 2020 inclusive; and
i) Under 20 years of age (as at 1 January in the year of commencement of training) and enrolling in nationally recognised training;
ii) Over 20 years of age (as at 1 January in the year of commencement of training) and enrolling in nationally recognised training in a Foundation Skills List course;
iii) Over 20 years of age (as at 1 January in the year of commencement of training) and enrolling in nationally recognised training as an Apprentice (not Trainee);
iv) Over 20 years of age (as at 1 January in the year of commencement of training) and enrolling in training in the Victorian Certificate of Education or the Victorian Certificate of Applied Learning (Intermediate or Senior); or
v) Over 20 years of age (as at 1 January in the year of commencement of training) and enrolling in nationally recognised training in a course that is at a higher qualification level than the highest qualification held at the time of the scheduled commencement of training.
2. In addition to meeting the requirements of Clause 2.2 of this Schedule 1, an individual is only eligible to:
a) Commence a maximum of two courses subsidised through the Skills First Program in a calendar year. Where an individual is enrolled in a course that is scheduled to commence at a later date in that calendar year, this course must be counted for the purpose of this clause when assessing eligibility;
b) Undertake a maximum of two courses subsidised through the Skills First Program at any one time;
c) commence a maximum of two government-subsidised courses at the same level within the AQF in their lifetime; and
d) commence a maximum of two government-subsidised accredited courses with the title ‘Course in…’ in their lifetime.
Victorian Chamber of Commerce and Industry
Migration Institute of Australia
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