Do you know about the changes to funding for training in South Australia?
Skills for All is a South Australian government initiative that is changing the way vocational education and training is funded in South Australia.
The South Australian government has committed $194 million in additional funding to help support an additional 100,000 training places.
South Australians now have the opportunity to gain more qualifications, many at low or no cost, through the training provider of their choice. Eligible individuals can access subsidised training from July 2012.
Qualifications at Certificate level I and II are fully subsidised which means there are no course fees. Qualifications at Certificate III level and above are partially government-subsidised and students will be expected to pay a course fee as well as any relevant incidental fees.
ATEC is an approved Skills for All Provider and we are offering a range of courses which qualify for Government funding in the areas of Building and Construction, Business, Community Care and Health, Competitive Manufacturing, Engineering, Electrical, Project Management, Occupational Health and Safety and Vocational Education and Training. For a full listing of what courses ATEC are offering, visit our Skills for All page here.