Skilled Capital- (ACT) Government Subsidised Training 2017
Canberra – ACT Opportunity knocks again!
REACH for Training is offering more qualification under Skilled capital program this year (2017). All Training provided under the Skilled Capital Program is subsidised by the ACT Government.
ENROL NOW AND RECEIVE $300 AS COMPLETION PAYMENT FROM ACT EDUCATION AND TRAINING DIRECTORATE ON SUCCESSFUL COURSE COMPLETION
Skilled Capital helps people get the skills they need to find a job and advance their career through government-subsidised training. click here to know more.
REACH for Training has been approved to deliver the following Nationally Recognised and Accredited Qualifications in ACT Region:
|Code||Qualification||Student Standard fee||Student Concession fee||Student completion Bonus*|
|BSB20115||Certificate II in Busniess||$250||$100||$300|
|SIT20416||Certificate II in Kitchen Operations||$250||$100||$300|
|CHC30113||Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care||$300||$100||$300|
|CHC33015||Certificate III in Individual Support (Aged Care)||$300||$100||$300|
|CHC33015||Certificate III in Individual Support ( Disability )||$300||$100||$300|
|CHC33015||Certificate III in Individual Support (Home and Community Care)||$300||$100||$300|
|CHC32015||Certificate III in Community Services||$300||$100||$300|
|BSB30415||Certificate III in Business Administration||$300||$100||$300|
|SIT30616||Certificate III in Hospitality||$300||$100||$300|
|CHC43015||Certificate IV in Ageing Support||$300||$260||$300|
|CHC43115||Certificate IV in Disability||$300||$260||$300|
|CHC42015||Certificate IV in Community Services||$300||$260||$300|
|SIT40416||Certificate IV in Hospitality||$300||$260||$300|
|CHC50113||Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care||$350||$320||$300|
Flexible payment plans available !!!
ENROL NOW, LIMITED PLACES AVAILABLE!
SKILLED CAPITAL (SC) REQUIREMENTS
As a minimum, a student must be (at the time of enrolment):
- an Australian citizen, permanent resident, or New Zealand passport holder resident for more than 6 months, or
- a person who holds a visa that is identified as being eligible (visa types mentioned below), and
- living or working in the ACT
- at least 15 years of age
- not enrolled in or attending secondary school or college. Students with an Exemption Certificate are not eligible for Skilled Capital. Students who are undertaking year 10 or year 12 equivalent study in an alternative program are eligible provided they satisfy the remaining eligibility criteria.
In addition to above, to be eligible for a certificate II level Skilled Capital qualification the student must:
- not have completed a certificate III or higher (excluding foundation skills qualification) or
- have suffered changed circumstances which impacts their ability to undertake training and/or work, such as ill health.
Students are only enrolled in one Skilled Capital qualification at a time
Citizenship and Permanent Residency
|Visa Holder||Eligible visa types;
Ineligible visa types;
For other visa types, please email us your copy to know your eligibility
|ACT Employment||A letter or email from an ACT Employer to show the street address where the student is working in the ACT, or a Statutory Declaration|
|Proof of Age over 15 Years||Documents showing DOB, such as
|Person with a Disability||
|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander||
Students who successfully complete their qualification are eligible for a completion payment. A completion payment will be paid directly to the student upon completion of the qualification and a survey. The completion payment is $300 for each qualification. Students will be eligible to receive the completion payment for up to 1 year after successful completion of the qualification, provided up to date email and bank account details are confirmed.
A student is not eligible for a completion payment where more than 50% of the units are completed through RPL or credit transfer. A significant proportion of units completed through credit transfer may also impact on student eligibility for the completion payment.
Language, Literacy and Numeracy (LLN) assessment
Every student must do a LLN check before we enrol you on any of the course we offer. When you are working you must be able to read important documents like safety notes and follow written instructions. You must be in a position to be able to write down some information for your fellow workers too. This assessment will help us decide what level support you would require during your course.
Unique Student Identifier (USI)
From 1st January 2015 if you are undertaking nationally recognised training delivered by a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) you will need to have a Unique Student Identifier (USI). Creating your USI is easy, please go to https://www.usi.gov.au/students and click on ‘I want to create a USI’ button.
For further details, please do not hesitate to contact us @ 1300 361 343