Government-subsidised places are offered by training providers who have a contract with the Victorian Government to deliver government-subsidised training. You may also see this referred to as government funded training.
The government will contribute to the cost of training for eligible students. You can check your eligibility and find more information on our Government-subsidised training page.
VET Student Loans is an Australian Government student loan scheme for the TAFE and Training sector.
VET Student Loans cover all or part of the tuition costs of a student loan, which is payable once you reach a certain income level.
They're available at registered training organisations approved by the Australian Government. For more information, visit Study Assist or call 1800 020 108.
Centrelink has a variety of financial assistance available for people undertaking further education and training. For more information, see the page for the Australian Government's Payments for students and trainees
Some training providers offer financial assistance for the payment of tuition fees, books and other costs associated with undertaking study. For more information, speak directly to your training provider.
As an apprentice or trainee you will be paid for your work, but there is also additional financial support available.
For more information, see the Australian Government's Australian Apprenticeships Financial Information web page.
To find out if you're eligible for a discount on vehicle registration, and how to apply if you are, check out the VicRoads Trade apprentice registration discount page.
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