Smart and Skilled* students contribute, on average, between 10% and 45% of the course cost, the NSW Government subsidises the remaining amount. Each government-subsidised qualification has a fixed price (regardless of training provider), which is determined by the NSW Government.
How can I pay for the remainder of the course fees?
Smart and Skilled student fees are for the whole qualification. This means you’ll know, upfront, the total cost of the training. With Upskilled, to make it even more flexible, we have also made payment plans available. The exact fee a student pays depends largely on their eligibility.
Approved Upskilled qualifications under Smart and Skilled NSW funding
Below is a list of Upskilled qualifications approved under both the Target Priorities and Entitlement Smart and Skilled Funding. The Student Contribution Fees listed below are for courses commencing in 2019.
*This training is subsidised by the NSW Government.
* Disclaimer:Upskilled strives to ensure our website contains the most up-to-date information at all times. However, due to the limited and rapidly shifting nature of government funding availability, a course listed on this page may not have funded places available at the time of your enquiry. Upskilled cannot guarantee the availability of government funding for any course.
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If the course you are interested in is not listed above, please contact us to discuss our other payment options.