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Fees & Eligibility

Fees & Eligibility

If you are interested in studying with us and would like to see if you are eligible for a Government Subsidised or Fee For Service place, please contact SportsReady Education on (03)8413 3500.

Fees are dependent on a range of factors including location within Australia, age and citizenship.

For a complete breakdown of your state’s fee structure and eligibility criteria, please use the links below:

  • plus Created with Sketch. minus Created with Sketch. AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY

    SportsReady Education does not offer Government Subsidised courses in the Australian Capital Territory, however you are able to enrol as a Fee for Service student in the listed courses in the Fee for Service table.

    The student tuition fees as published are indicative only and are subject to change given individual circumstances at enrolment.

    Course Name Course Code Indicative Tuition Fee per Scheduled Hour Indicative Scheduled Hours Indicative Fee (Fee For Service)

    Excludes materials fee

    Certificate III Sport and Recreation SIS30115 $7.46 465 $3,400
    Certificate IV Sport and Recreation SIS40115 $7.63 485 $3,700
    Certificate IV Sport Development SIS40612 $5.65 655 $3,700
    Diploma of Sport Development SIS50612 $6.86 612 $4,200
    Certificate III Fitness SIS30315 $4.84 702 $3,400
    Certificate II  Business BSB20115 $8.89 360 $3,200
    Certificate III Business BSB30115 $8.10 420 $3,400
    Certificate IV in Business BSB40215 $9.37 395 $3,700
    Diploma of Business BSB50215 $8.40 500 $4,200
    Diploma of Leadership and Management BSB51915 $5.60 750 $4,200
    Certificate III Financial Services FNS30115 $9.07 375 $3,400

    NOTE: The same hourly rate applies for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) and Credit Transfer (CT)
    No Concession rates are available for a Fee for Service course

    MATERIALS FEE*: $200
    * Materials fees are paid for items used in the course which the student then owns
    Each student will be provided with an itemised list of all fees and materials required (including tuition fees, materials fee) prior to enrolment. The itemised list will include the actual tuition fee per hour (including any Recognition of Prior Learning) that the student is being charged.

    NOTE: The same hourly rate applies for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) and Credit Transfer (CT)

    OTHER FEES AND CHARGES:
    Re-issue of a Certificate / Testamur (includes statement of results/attainment) $50
    Re-issue of Statement or Results / Attainment only $25
    Re-issue of Workbooks (if workbook is lost or damaged) $15

    If you would like to do a course with us, contact SportsReady Education on (03) 8413 3528 or email: [email protected] to organise your enrolment.

    IMPORTANT
    The Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) standards require training organisations to charge no more than $1,500 for enrolment fees prior to course commencement. This includes enrolment tuition and materials fees.

    On enrolment, your first fee payment to SportsReady Education will not exceed $1,500 and any further payments (generally after week eight (8) and week twelve (12) from course commencement) will not exceed $1,500 in any one invoice.

    The first $1,500 fee invoice you receive, will be broken into a first payment of $1,300 tuition fee and the $200 material fee.

    For third party payments (where an invoice will be paid by an employer) the full fee will be charged in one invoice at enrolment.

    PAYMENT METHODS
    You may pay fees and other enrolment-related charges by: EFT, Credit Card, Internet transfer or have us Invoice to a Third Party (Authority in writing must be provided) Note: cash is not accepted.

    If you are unable to pay via EFTPOS or Credit Card, please contact SportsReady Education on (03) 8413 3528 to arrange an alternative method of payment.

    PRIVACY
    SportsReady Education will at all times abide by our Consent Form: Disclosure of Personal Information form and the relevant Privacy Act

    Information that you provide to us will at all times be dealt with in a confidential and private manner. All documentation provided to us for payment and eligibility purposes will be held in a secure manner and disposed of in accordance with the relevant Privacy Act.

    For the full SportsReady Education Privacy Policy Click Here.

    WHEN TO PAY YOUR FEES
    Fees must be paid as per the payment terms stated on invoices. Failure to adhere to the payment terms may result in suspension or cancellation of your attendance in the course until all outstanding fees are paid.
    Non-payment of fees will also prevent you receiving on course completion, your Qualification Certificate / Testamur and or Statement of Results.

    If you are having any difficulty with a payment, please contact SportsReady Education on (03) 8413 3528 or email [email protected] to discuss alternative arrangements.

    ENTITLEMENTS ON ENROLMENT AND PAYMENT OF FEES
    Only when your enrolment is complete will you be entitled to:

    • attend class
    • sit for examinations
    • receive educational awards

    REFUNDS
    The refunds policy will be stated in the documentation supplied to participants prior to the commencement of the course.

    A refund will only be issued under the following circumstances and in line with State regulations:

    • Where a student notifies SportsReady Education in writing and/or completes a withdrawal form within four (4) weeks of the course commencement date
    • Withdrawal forms can be obtained by contacting the Student Administration team on (03) 8413 3528
    • Students who have overpaid an invoice issued to them and have proof of overpayment.
    • Where the student pays fees in arrears and the course is cancelled by SportsReady Education prior to the course commencement date, all monies paid will be refunded;
    • Where SportsReady Education is unable to deliver training as a Registered Training Organisation, any payments made in arrears will be refunded

    NOTE: Where a participant commences a course and is unable to complete, no refund will be due.

    Withdrawal within four (4) weeks of the course commencement date
    If a student withdraws within four (4) weeks of the course commencement date and has notified this withdrawal in writing, a full refund of the tuition fee paid for the course will be made. No further tuition fees will be charged for the course.

    No refund of the materials fee paid will be available unless all issued work books are returned unused and in good condition.

    Withdrawal after four (4) weeks of the course commencement date
    If a student withdraws after four (4) weeks of the course commencement date, a refund will not be provided for any fees paid, however no further remaining tuition fees will be charged.
    No refund of the materials fee paid will be available.

    A refund of all or part of the fee or concession fee may be given in the following exceptional circumstances:

    • you enrolled in a course that has been cancelled by the RTO
    • you enrol in a course only to repeat a failed unit/module but are then granted a pass in that unit/module by an Assessment Review Committee
    • you formally advise the RTO, before classes commence and with no attendance or participation in training, that you are withdrawing from the course
    • the RTO delegate is of the opinion that you would be unreasonably disadvantaged if you were not granted a refund, for example if you meet with a serious misadventure and you were unable to continue your enrolment

    A refund may also be given in other appropriate circumstances, such as:

    • Extended hospitalisation or illness (2 weeks minimum) supported by a medical certificate and resulting in extended absence from classes. In this case a refund for the remainder of the course may be given

    WHEN A REFUND IS NOT GIVEN
    Circumstances not usually regarded as grounds for a refund include:

    • job change
    • change in work hours
    • inconvenience of travel to college
    • moving interstate
    • redundancy/retrenchment

    To discuss enrolling in a course; or if you have any questions regarding

    • eligibility for Government funding
    • fees you may have to pay
    • concession entitlement
    • or a fee refund

    Please contact the SportsReady Education Student Administration team on (03) 8413 3528 or email [email protected]

    ELIGIBILITY FOR FEE FOR SERVICE TRAINING

    SportsReady Education does not offer Government Subsidised courses in the Australian Capital Territory, however you are able to enrol as a Fee for Service student.
    Please see the Australian Capital Territory Fee Structure for Fee for Service courses available on our website for indicative fees.

    To be eligible:

    • You must be an Australian citizen to undertake a Fee for Service course with SportsReady Education.
    • You must meet all pre-course requirements, (this could include Language, Literacy and Numeracy minimum standards and appropriate workplace/training requirements) including pre-requisites (if applicable to the course)

    For further information about our courses, please contact SportsReady Education on 03 8413 3528 or email [email protected]

  • plus Created with Sketch. minus Created with Sketch. NEW SOUTH WALES

    ELIGIBILITY FOR GOVERNMENT SUBSIDISED TRAINING

    SportsReady Education is a Smart and Skilled Training Provider. This training is subsidised by the NSW Government. Eligibility criteria apply.

    Further information about Smart and Skilled can be found at the Smart and Skilled website or by calling 1300 772 104.

    Smart and Skilled courses:

    Course Code Course Name Program
    TR FQ SBT
    BSB20115 Certificate II in Business
    SIS30315 Certificate III in Fitness
    SIS30115 Certificate III in Sport and Recreation
    FNS30115 Certificate III in Financial Services
    SIS30613 Certificate III in Sport
    (Career Oriented Participation)
    BSB30115 Certificate III in Business
    BSB40215 Certificate IV in Business
    SIS40215 Certificate IV in Fitness
    BSB51915 Diploma of Leadership and Managment
    BSB50215 Diploma of Business

    NSW government subsidised programs:

    • TR: Smart and Skilled Apprenticeships and Traineeships Program
    • FQ: Smart and Skilled Entitlement Full Qualifications Program
    • SBT: Smart and Skilled School Based Apprenticeships and Traineeships Program

    To be eligible for a government subsidised place, you must meet the Smart and Skilled eligibility requirements.

    A person who is eligible to receive subsidised training in all Smart and Skilled programs, except Smart and Skilled Apprenticeship and Traineeship program is a person who, at the time of enrolment:

    1. Either:
      1. Lives or works in NSW (determined by postcode of the usual place of residence or place of work); or
      2. Is an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander student who does not live or work in New South Wales but lives in a specific defined interstate NSW border; and
    2. Is:
      1. An Australian citizen; or
      2. A permanent Australian resident; or
      3. A humanitarian visa holder; or
      4. A New Zealand citizen; and
    3. is aged 15 years or older; and
    4. is no longer in secondary education

    Eligibility criteria for Smart and Skilled Entitlement Apprenticeship and Traineeship Program
    A person who is eligible to receive subsidised training in the Smart and Skilled Entitlement Apprenticeship and Traineeship Program is a person who:

    1. at the time of commencement in an approved qualification is an Apprentice or New Entrant Trainee and has an approved Training Contract in NSW; and
    2. has the approved qualification shown on their Training Contract

    Note: if a person is approved or registered as an Existing Worker Trainee, they will not be eligible to receive subsidised training in an approved qualification that is associated with the Training Contract for their existing worker traineeship, in relation to any Smart and Skilled Program.

    Eligibility criteria for School Based Apprenticeship and Traineeship Program
    A person who is eligible to receive subsidised training in School Based Apprenticeship and Traineeship Program is a person who:

    1. at the time of commencement in an approved qualification is approved or registered as a School Based Trainee in NSW;
    2. has the approved qualification shown on their Training Contract

    Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students who do not live or work in New South Wales but live in a specific defined interstate NSW border area may be eligible for government-subsidised training under Smart and Skilled. For more information, please contact our Student Administration team on 03 8413 3528 or email [email protected]

    If you are not eligible for a government subsidised course you may be able to enrol as a fee for service student. Refer to the Eligibility For Fee For Service Training section further below and the Fee For Service table in the New South Wales Fee Structure section of the website for indicative fees.

    Consumer Protection Information
    SportsReady Education will ensure that all students and potential students are well informed of their rights and options for making a complaint or providing feedback about their training.

    The SportsReady Education (AFL SportsReady) Grievances, Complaints and Appeals policy is available here, or by contacting our Student Administration on 03 8413 3528 or by emailing [email protected]

    Information on the Smart and Skilled Consumer Protection strategy is available via:

    ELIGIBILITY FOR FEE FOR SERVICE TRAINING
    Please see the New South Wales Fee Structure for Fee for Service courses available on our website for indicative fees.

    To be eligible:

    • You must be an Australian citizen to undertake a Fee for Service course with SportsReady Education.
    • You must meet all pre-course requirements, (this could include Language, Literacy and Numeracy minimum standards and appropriate workplace/training requirements) including pre-requisites (if applicable to the course)

    For further information about our courses, please contact SportsReady Education on 03 8413 3528 or email [email protected]


    FEE STRUCTURE FOR GOVERNMENT SUBSIDISED COURSES

    SportsReady Education is a Smart and Skilled Training Provider. This training is subsidised by the NSW Government. Eligibility criteria apply.

    Further information about Smart and Skilled can be found at the Smart and Skilled website or by calling 1300 772 104.
    The qualifications listed in the table below are available under the Smart and Skilled Apprenticeships and Traineeships Program.

    SportsReady Education is able to provide traineeships within the qualifications listed below in the following NSW regions: Capital Region / Central Coast / Central West / Coffs Harbour – Grafton / Far West and Orana / Hunter Valley excl Newcastle / Illawarra / Mid North Coast / Murray / New England and North West / Newcastle and Lake Macquarie / Richmond – Tweed / Riverina / Southern Highlands and Shoalhaven / Sydney.

    We are unable to provide you with a funded traineeship in regions outside of those listed above.
    Please refer to the NSW eligibility document to ascertain your eligibility for a Government subsidised place. NSW eligibility document can be found here.

    If you are not eligible for a subsidised place, please refer to the Fee for Service course listing and fee rates on page 3.

    The student tuition fees as published are subject to change given individual circumstances at enrolment.

     

    Course
    Code
    Course Name Indicative
    scheduled
    hours
    Indicative fee
    (Government subsidised)
    Excludes materials fee
    Indicative concession fee
    (Government subsidised)
    Excludes materials fee
    BSB20115 Certificate II in Business 360 $870 $160
    SIS303115 Certificate III in Sport and Recreation 314 $1,000 $240
    SIS30115 Certificate III in Sport (Career Orientated Participation) 288 $1,000 $240
    SIS30315 Certificate III in Fitness 702 $1,000 $240
    FNS30115 Certificate III in Financial Services 375 $1,000 $240
    BSB30115 Certificate III in Business 420 $1,000 $240
    BSB40215 Certificate IV in Business 395 $1,000 $240
    BSB51915 Diploma of Leadership and Management 750 $1,000 No concession available for Diploma course
    BSB50215 Diploma of Business 500 $1,000 No concession available for Diploma course

     

    FQ: Smart and Skilled Entitlement Full Qualifications Program
    Course Code Course Name Indicative scheduled hours First Qualification (Government subsidised)* Second or Further Qualification (Government subsidised)** Concession (Government subsidised)
    SIS40215 Certificate IV in Fitness 702 $2,360 $2,750 $240
    BSB40215 Certificate IV in Business 395 $1,580 $1,850 $240
    BSB51915 Diploma of Leadership and Management 750 $2,530 $2,530 No concession available for Diploma course
    BSB50215 Diploma of Business 500 $2,530 $2,530 No concession available for Diploma course

    * The First Qualification column applies to students undertaking their first post school qualification.

    ** The Second or Further Qualification column applies to students undertaking a second or further post school qualification.

    NOTE: Credit Transfer (CT) and Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL).

    Funded Trainees: Where an eligible student is granted a CT or RPL for one or more units of competency, the qualification price will be adjusted and a new student fee determined.

    MATERIALS FEE*: $200
    * Materials fees are paid for items used in the course which the student then owns
    Each student will be provided with an itemised list of all fees and materials required (including tuition fees, materials fee) prior to enrolment. The itemised list will include the actual tuition fee per hour (including any Recognition of Prior Learning) that the student is being charged.

    Other fees and charges:
    Re-issue of a Certificate / Testamur (includes statement of results/attainment) $50
    Re-issue of Statement or Results / Attainment only $25
    Re-issue of Workbooks (if workbook is lost or damaged) $15

    Eligibility for fee Concession/Exemption:

    Concession fees: Concession fees are discounted fees for disadvantaged students. Concession fees are a flat fee for the qualification level.

    A student who receives a specific Commonwealth Government welfare benefit or allowance is eligible for a concession fee for a qualification up to and including Certificate IV. A student who is receiving a specific benefit or allowance at the time of enrolment is eligible for a concession.

    The concession fee is also available to a student who is a dependant of a person receiving a specified Commonwealth Government welfare benefit or allowance. To be eligible for the concession the person who the student is a dependant of must be receiving the benefit or allowance at the time of enrolment.

    There are no concessions for students enrolling in Diplomas.

    An individual who is seeking a concession as a dependant of someone who is receiving a specific Commonwealth benefit or allowance must provide documentary evidence that Centrelink recognises the individual as a dependent. The evidence must clearly show the CRN of the benefit or welfare recipient (if you believe this applies to you, please speak with one of our friendly staff who will provide you with more information on the specific Commonwealth benefits and allowances).

    If you believe you are eligible for a fee concession, please speak with one of our friendly staff who will provide you with more information on the fee concession criteria.

    Note: Tuition fee concession does not apply to students undertaking a qualification under a Fee For Service arrangement.

    Fee exemptions: Students who qualify for a fee exemption are:

    A tuition fee exemption may only be granted to trainees enrolling into qualifications at the Certificate IV level and below and are:

    • Australian Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people
    • People with a disability, who meet the disability fee exemption criteria (if you believe this applies to you, please speak with one of our friendly staff who will provide you with more information on the fee exemption criteria)
    • Recipients of a Free-Free Scholarship (if you believe this applies to you, please speak with one of our friendly staff who will provide you with more information)

    Current and valid evidence must be presented to the SportsReady Education enrolling officer and a copy of the evidence taken to support your eligibility for the fee concession.

    If you believe you are eligible for a fee exemption, please speak with one of our friendly staff who will provide you with more information on the fee exemption criteria.

    Note: Tuition fee exemption does not apply to students undertaking a qualification under a Fee For Service arrangement.

    Please ensure you read the ‘Important Note’ section further below.

    If you would like to do a course with us, contact SportsReady Education on (03) 8413 3528 or email: [email protected] to organise your enrolment.

    FEE STRUCTURE FOR FEE FOR SERVICE COURSES
    The student tuition fees are indicative only and subject to change given individual circumstances at enrolment.

    Course Name Course
    Code
    Indicative Tuition Fee
    per Scheduled Hour
    Indicative
    Scheduled Hours
    Indicative Fee
    (Fee For Service)
    Excludes materials fee
    Certificate
    III Sport and Recreation
    SIS30115 $7.46 456 $3,400
    Certificate
    IV Sport Development
    SIS40612 $5.56 655 $3,700
    Diploma
    of Sport Development
    SIS50612 $6.86 612 $4,200
    Certificate
    III Fitness
    SIS30315 $4.84 702 $3,400
    Certificate
    II Business
    BSB20115 $8.89 360 $3,200
    Certificate
    III Business
    BSB30115 $8.09 420 $3,400
    Certificate
    IV in Business
    BSB40215 $9.37 395 $3,700
    Diploma
    of Business
    BSB50215 $8.40 500 $4,200
    Diploma
    of Leadership
    and Management
    BSB51915 $5.60 750 $4,200
    Certificate
    III Financial Services
    FNS30115 $9.07 375 $3,400

    Concession rates are not available for courses under a Fee for Service arrangement

    MATERIALS FEE*: $200
    * Materials fees are paid for items used in the course which the student then owns
    Each student will be provided with an itemised list of all fees and materials required (including tuition fees, materials fee) prior to enrolment. The itemised list will include the actual tuition fee per hour (including any Recognition of Prior Learning) that the student is being charged.

    NOTE: The same hourly rate applies for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) and Credit Transfer (CT)

    Please ensure you read the ‘Important Note’ section further below.

    If you would like to do a course with us, contact SportsReady Education on (03) 8413 3528 or email: [email protected] to organise your enrolment.

    IMPORTANT
    The Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) standards require training organisations to charge no more than $1,500 for enrolment fees prior to course commencement. This includes enrolment tuition and materials fees.

    On enrolment, your first fee payment to SportsReady Education will not exceed $1,500 and any further payments (generally after week eight (8) and week twelve (12) from course commencement) will not exceed $1,500 in any one invoice.

    For third party payments (where an invoice will be paid by an employer) the full fee will be charged in one invoice at enrolment.

    PAYMENT METHODS
    You may pay fees and other enrolment-related charges by: EFT, Credit Card, Internet transfer or have us Invoice to a Third Party (Authority in writing must be provided) Note: cash is not accepted.

    If you are unable to pay via EFTPOS or Credit Card, please contact SportsReady Education on
    (03) 8413 3528 to arrange an alternative method of payment.

    PRIVACY
    SportsReady Education will at all times abide by our Consent Form: Disclosure of Personal Information form and the relevant Privacy Act

    Information that you provide to us will at all times be dealt with in a confidential and private manner. All documentation provided to us for payment and eligibility purposes will be held in a secure manner and disposed of in accordance with the relevant Privacy Act.

    For the full SportsReady Education Privacy policy please click here.

    WHEN TO PAY YOUR FEES
    Fees must be paid as per the payment terms stated on invoices. Failure to adhere to the payment terms may result in suspension or cancellation of your attendance in the course until all outstanding fees are paid.

    Non-payment of fees will also prevent you receiving on course completion, your Qualification Certificate / Testamur and or Statement of Results.

    If you are having any difficulty with a payment, please contact SportsReady Education on (03) 8413 3528 or email [email protected] to discuss alternative arrangements.

    ENTITLEMENTS ON ENROLMENT AND PAYMENT OF FEES
    Only when your enrolment is complete will you be entitled to:

    • attend class
    • sit for examinations
    • receive educational awards

    REFUNDS
    The refunds policy will be stated in the documentation supplied to participants prior to the commencement of the course.

    A refund will only be issued under the following circumstances and in line with State regulations:

    • Where a student notifies SportsReady Education in writing and/or completes a withdrawal form within four (4) weeks of the course commencement date
    • Withdrawal forms can be obtained by contacting the Student Administration team on (03) 8413 3528
    • Students who have overpaid an invoice issued to them and have proof of overpayment.
    • Where the student pays fees in arrears and the course is cancelled by SportsReady Education prior to the course commencement date, all monies paid will be refunded;
    • Where SportsReady Education is unable to deliver training as a Registered Training Organisation, any payments made in arrears will be refunded

    NOTE: Where a participant commences a course and is unable to complete, no refund will be due.

    Withdrawal within four (4) weeks of the course commencement date
    If a student withdraws within four (4) weeks of the course commencement date and has notified this withdrawal in writing, a full refund of the tuition fee paid for the course will be made. No further tuition fees will be charged for the course.

    No refund of the materials fee paid will be available unless all issued work books are returned unused and in good condition.

    Withdrawal after four (4) weeks of the course commencement date
    If a student withdraws after four (4) weeks of the course commencement date, a refund will not be provided for any fees paid, however no further remaining tuition fees will be charged.

    No refund of the materials fee paid will be available.

    A refund of all or part of the fee or concession fee may be given in the following exceptional circumstances:

    • you enrolled in a course that has been cancelled by the RTO
    • you enrol in a course only to repeat a failed unit/module but are then granted a pass in that unit/module by an Assessment Review Committee
    • you formally advise the RTO, before classes commence and with no attendance or participation in training, that you are withdrawing from the course
    • the RTO delegate is of the opinion that you would be unreasonably disadvantaged if you were not granted a refund, for example if you meet with a serious misadventure and you were unable to continue your enrolment

    A refund may also be given in other appropriate circumstances, such as:

    • Extended hospitalisation or illness (2 weeks minimum) supported by a medical certificate and resulting in extended absence from classes. In this case a refund for the remainder of the course may be given

    NOTE: Fee refunds will only be paid to the person or organisation that made the original payment. For example, if you are an AFL SportsReady Trainee, and the Tuition and Materials Fees have been paid by AFL SportsReady, AFL SportsReady will receive the refund.

    WHEN A REFUND IS NOT GIVEN
    Circumstances not usually regarded as grounds for a refund include:

    • job change
    • change in work hours
    • inconvenience of travel to college
    • moving interstate
    • redundancy/retrenchment

    To discuss enrolling in a course; or if you have any questions regarding

    • eligibility for Government funding
    • fees you may have to pay
    • concession entitlement
    • or a fee refund:

    Please contact the SportsReady Education Student Administration team on (03) 8413 3528 or email [email protected]

  • plus Created with Sketch. minus Created with Sketch. NORTHERN TERRITORY

    SportsReady Education does not offer Government Subsidised courses in the Northern Territory, however you are able to enrol as a Fee for Service student in the listed courses in the Fee for Service table.

    The student tuition fees as published are indicative only and are subject to change given individual circumstances at enrolment.

    Course Name Course
    Code
    Indicative Tuition
    Fee per
    Scheduled Hour
    Indicative
    Scheduled
    Hours
    Indicative Fee
    (Fee For Service)
    Excludes materials fee
    Certificate III
    Sport and Recreation
    SIS30115 $7.31 465 $3,400
    Certificate IV
    Sport and Recreation
    SIS40115 $6.51 568 $3,700
    Certificate
    IV Sport Development
    SIS40612 $5.65 655 $3,700
    Diploma
    of Sport Development
    SIS50612 $6.86 612 $4,200
    Certificate III
    Fitness
    SIS30315 $4.84 702 $3,400
    Certificate II
    Business
    BSB20115 $8.89 360 $3,200
    Certificate
    III Business
    BSB30115 $8.10 420 $3,400
    Certificate IV
    Business
    BSB40215 $9.37 395 $3,700
    Diploma
    of Business
    BSB50215 $8.40 500 $4,200
    Diploma of Leadership
    and Management
    BSB51915 $5.60 750 $4,200
    Certificate III
    Financial Services
    FNS30115 $9.07 375 $3,400

    NOTE: The same hourly rate applies for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) and Credit Transfer (CT)
    No Concession rates are available for a Fee for Service course

    MATERIALS FEE*: $200
    * Materials fees are paid for items used in the course which the student then owns
    Each student will be provided with an itemised list of all fees and materials required (including tuition fees, materials fee) prior to enrolment. The itemised list will include the actual tuition fee per hour (including any Recognition of Prior Learning) that the student is being charged.

    NOTE: The same hourly rate applies for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) and Credit Transfer (CT)

    OTHER FEES and CHARGES:
    Re-issue of a Certificate / Testamur (includes statement of results/attainment) $50
    Re-issue of Statement or Results / Attainment only $25
    Re-issue of Workbooks (if workbook is lost or damaged) $15

    If you would like to do a course with us, contact SportsReady Education on (03) 8413 3528 or email: [email protected] to organise your enrolment.

    IMPORTANT NOTE:
    The Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) standards require training organisations to charge no more than $1,500 for enrolment fees prior to course commencement. This includes enrolment tuition and materials fees.

    On enrolment, your first fee payment to SportsReady Education will not exceed $1,500 and any further payments (generally after week eight (8) and week twelve (12) from course commencement) will not exceed $1,500 in any one invoice.

    The first $1,500 fee invoice you receive, will be broken into a first payment of $1,300 tuition fee and the $200 material fee.

    For third party payments (where an invoice will be paid by an employer) the full fee will be charged in one invoice at enrolment.

    PAYMENT METHODS
    You may pay fees and other enrolment-related charges by: EFT, Credit Card, Internet transfer or have us Invoice to a Third Party (Authority in writing must be provided) Note: cash is not accepted.

    If you are unable to pay via EFTPOS or Credit Card, please contact SportsReady Education on (03) 8413 3528 to arrange an alternative method of payment.

    PRIVACY
    SportsReady Education will at all times abide by our Consent Form: Disclosure of Personal Information form and the relevant Privacy Act

    Information that you provide to us will at all times be dealt with in a confidential and private manner. All documentation provided to us for payment and eligibility purposes will be held in a secure manner and disposed of in accordance with the relevant Privacy Act.

    For the full SportsReady Education Privacy policy please click here.

    WHEN TO PAY YOUR FEES
    Fees must be paid as per the payment terms stated on invoices. Failure to adhere to the payment terms may result in suspension or cancellation of your attendance in the course until all outstanding fees are paid.
    Non-payment of fees will also prevent you receiving on course completion, your Qualification Certificate / Testamur and or Statement of Results.

    If you are having any difficulty with a payment, please contact SportsReady Education on (03) 8413 3528 or email [email protected] to discuss alternative arrangements.

    ENTITLEMENTS ON ENROLMENT AND PAYMENT OF FEES
    Only when your enrolment is complete will you be entitled to:

    • attend class
    • sit for examinations
    • receive educational awards

    REFUNDS
    The refunds policy will be stated in the documentation supplied to participants prior to the commencement of the course.

    A refund will only be issued under the following circumstances and in line with State regulations:

    • Where a student notifies SportsReady Education in writing and/or completes a withdrawal form within four (4) weeks of the course commencement date
    • Withdrawal forms can be obtained by contacting the Student Administration team on (03) 8413 3528
    • Students who have overpaid an invoice issued to them and have proof of overpayment.
    • Where the student pays fees in arrears and the course is cancelled by SportsReady Education prior to the course commencement date, all monies paid will be refunded;
    • Where SportsReady Education is unable to deliver training as a Registered Training Organisation, any payments made in arrears will be refunded

    NOTE: Where a participant commences a course and is unable to complete, no refund will be due.

    Withdrawal within four (4) weeks of the course commencement date
    If a student withdraws within four (4) weeks of the course commencement date and has notified this withdrawal in writing, a full refund of the tuition fee paid for the course will be made. No further tuition fees will be charged for the course.

    No refund of the materials fee paid will be available unless all issued work books are returned unused and in good condition.

    Withdrawal after four (4) weeks of the course commencement date
    If a student withdraws after four (4) weeks of the course commencement date, a refund will not be provided for any fees paid, however no further remaining tuition fees will be charged.
    No refund of the materials fee paid will be available.

    A refund of all or part of the fee or concession fee may be given in the following exceptional circumstances:

    • you enrolled in a course that has been cancelled by the RTO
    • you enrol in a course only to repeat a failed unit/module but are then granted a pass in that unit/module by an Assessment Review Committee
    • you formally advise the RTO, before classes commence and with no attendance or participation in training, that you are withdrawing from the course
    • the RTO delegate is of the opinion that you would be unreasonably disadvantaged if you were not granted a refund, for example if you meet with a serious misadventure and you were unable to continue your enrolment

    A refund may also be given in other appropriate circumstances, such as:

    • Extended hospitalisation or illness (2 weeks minimum) supported by a medical certificate and resulting in extended absence from classes. In this case a refund for the remainder of the course may be given

    WHEN A REFUND IS NOT GIVEN
    Circumstances not usually regarded as grounds for a refund include:

    • job change
    • change in work hours
    • inconvenience of travel to college
    • moving interstate
    • redundancy/retrenchment

    To discuss enrolling in a course; or if you have any questions regarding

    • eligibility for Government funding
    • fees you may have to pay
    • concession entitlement
    • or a fee refund:

    Please contact the SportsReady Education Student Administration team on (03) 8413 3528 or email [email protected]

    ELIGIBILITY FOR FEE FOR SERVICE TRAINING
    SportsReady Education does not offer Government Subsidised courses in the Northern Territory, however you are able to enrol as a Fee for Service student.

    Please see the Northern Territory Fee Structure for Fee for Service courses available on our website for indicative fees.

    To be eligible:

    • You must be an Australian citizen to undertake a Fee for Service course with SportsReady Education.
    • You must meet all pre-course requirements, (this could include Language, Literacy and Numeracy minimum standards and appropriate workplace/training requirements) including pre-requisites (if applicable to the course)

    For further information about our courses, please contact SportsReady Education on 03 8413 3528 or email [email protected]

  • plus Created with Sketch. minus Created with Sketch. QUEENSLAND

    FEE STRUCTURE FOR GOVERNMENT SUBSIDISED COURSES

    If eligible, training is delivered to eligible students with Queensland Government funding.

    Funded courses listed below refer to traineeship delivery only.
    Please refer to the eligibility section to ascertain your eligibility for a Government-subsidised place. If you are not eligible for a subsidised place, please refer to the Fee for Service course listing and fee rates on page 3.

    The student tuition fees as published are subject to change given individual circumstances at enrolment.

    Government-funded traineeships course list:

    Course
    Name
    Course
    Code
    Indicative tuition fee
    per scheduled hour
    Indicative
    scheduled hours
    Indicative fee
    (Government subsidised)
    Excludes materials fee
    Indicative concession fee
    (Government subsidised)
    Excludes materials fee
    Certificate
    II in Business
    BSB20115 $1.60 360 $576.00 $230.40
    Certificate
    III in Business
    BSB30115 $1.60 420 $672.00 $268.80
    Certificate III in
    Sport & Recreation
    SIS30115 $1.60 456 $729.60 $291.84


    NOTE:

    Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL): The same hourly rate applies for RPL
    Credit Transfer (CT): Students are not charged for units of competency that have been approved as a CT

    OTHER FEES and CHARGES:
    Re-issue of a Certificate / Testamur (includes statement of results/attainment) $50
    Re-issue of Statement or Results / Attainment only $25
    Re-issue of Workbooks (if the workbook is lost or damaged) $15

    TUITION FEE – partial exemption (concession)
    Students will be charged 40 per cent of the non-concession fee where the student falls into one or more of the following exemption categories:

    1. The students was or will be under 17 at the end of February in the year in which the PQS provides training, and the student is not at school and has not completed year 12
    2. The student holds a Health Care Card* or Pensioner Concession Card issued under Commonwealth law, or is the partner or a dependant of a person who holds a Health Care Card or Pensioner Concession Card, and is named on the card
    3. The student provides SportsReady Education with an official form under Commonwealth law confirming that the student, his or her partner or the person of whom the student is a dependant, is entitled to concessions under a Health Care Card or Pensioner Concession Card
    4. The student is an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander person. Acceptable evidence is as stated on the Training Contract and AVETMISS VET Enrolment Form.

    * A current Health Care Card or letter of eligibility for a Health Care Card must be presented at the time of enrolment. Students without a Health Care Card must pay the non-concession rate. Health Care Card information is available at: http://www.humanservices.gov.au/

    TUITION FEE – full exemption
    A full tuition fee exemption may be applied where:

    • Payment of the student contribution fee would cause extreme financial hardship. Conditions apply. Please contact the SportsReady Education administration team for more information.
    • The student falls into one or more of the following exemption categories:
      1. where credit transfer/national recognition has been applied to a unit of competency/module (note: a full exemption is applied to the relevant unit of competency, not the whole course)
      2. where the participant is a school-based apprentice or trainee
      3. is undertaking a qualification as part of a Skilling Queenslanders for Work’s Work Skills Traineeship program

    Note: Evidence of eligibility and for concession must be sighted in person and a copy made, or a copy provided to SportsReady Education, which is a certified copy of the original documents.

    Evidence entitling you to a fee concession or fee exemption MUST be valid and presented at the time of enrolment and a copy provided for verification.

    Please ensure you read the ‘Important Note’ section further below.

    FEE STRUCTURE FOR FEE FOR SERVICE COURSES
    The student tuition fees are indicative only and subject to change given individual circumstances at enrolment.

    Course Name Course
    Code
    Indicative Tuition
    Fee per
    Scheduled Hour
    Indicative
    Scheduled
    Hours
    Indicative Fee
    (Fee For Service)
    Excludes materials fee
    Certificate
    III Sport and Recreation
    SIS30115 $7.46 456 $3,400
    Certificate IV
    Sport and Recreation
    SIS40115 $6.51 568 $3,700
    Certificate IV
    Sport Development
    SIS40612 $5.65 655 $3,700
    Diploma
    of Sport Development
    SIS50612 $6.86 612 $4,200
    Certificate III
    Fitness
    SIS30315 $4.84 702 $3,400
    Certificate II
    Business
    BSB20115 $8.89 360 $3,200
    Certificate
    III Business
    BSB30115 $8.10 420 $3,400
    Certificate IV
    in Business
    BSB40215 $9.38 395 $3,700
    Diploma
    of Business
    BSB50215 $8.40 500 $4,200
    Diploma of Leadership
    and Management
    BSB51915 $5.60 750 $4,200
    Certificate III
    Financial Services
    FNS30115 $9.07 375 $3,400

    NOTE: The same hourly rate applies for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) and Credit Transfer (CT)
    No Concession rates are available for a Fee for Service course

    MATERIALS FEE*: $200
    * Materials fees are paid for items used in the course which the student then owns
    Each student will be provided with an itemised list of all fees and materials required (including tuition fees, materials fee) prior to enrolment. The itemised list will include the actual tuition fee per hour (including any Recognition of Prior Learning) that the student is being charged.

    OTHER FEES and CHARGES:
    Re-issue of a Certificate / Testamur (includes statement of results/attainment) $50
    Re-issue of Statement or Results / Attainment only $25
    Re-issue of Workbooks (if workbook is lost or damaged) $15

    If you would like to do a course with us, contact SportsReady Education on (03) 8413 3528 or email: [email protected] to organise your enrolment.

    IMPORTANT
    For both Government Funded and Fee for Service fees:

    The Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) standards require training organisations to charge no more than $1,500 for enrolment fees prior to course commencement. This includes enrolment tuition and materials fees.

    On enrolment, your first fee payment to SportsReady Education will not exceed $1,500 and any further payments (generally after week eight (8) and week twelve (12) from course commencement) will not exceed $1,500 in any one invoice.

    The first $1,500 fee invoice you receive, will be broken into a first payment of $1,300 tuition fee and the $200 material fee.

    For third party payments (where an invoice will be paid by an employer) the full fee will be charged in one invoice at enrolment.

    PAYMENT METHODS
    You may pay fees and other enrolment-related charges by: EFT, Credit Card, Internet transfer or have us Invoice to a Third Party (Authority in writing must be provided) Note: cash is not accepted.

    If you are unable to pay via EFTPOS or Credit Card, please contact SportsReady Education on
    (03) 8413 3528 to arrange an alternative method of payment.

    PRIVACY
    SportsReady Education will at all times abide by our Consent Form: Disclosure of Personal Information form and the relevant Privacy Act

    Information that you provide to us will at all times be dealt with in a confidential and private manner. All documentation provided to us for payment and eligibility purposes will be held in a secure manner and disposed of in accordance with the relevant Privacy Act.

    For the full SportsReady Education Privacy Policy click here.

    WHEN TO PAY YOUR FEES
    Fees must be paid as per the payment terms stated on invoices. Failure to adhere to the payment terms may result in suspension or cancellation of your attendance in the course until all outstanding fees are paid.
    Non-payment of fees will also prevent you receiving on course completion, your Qualification Certificate / Testamur and or Statement of Results.

    If you are having any difficulty with a payment, please contact SportsReady Education on
    (03) 8413 3528 or email [email protected] to discuss alternative arrangements.

    ENTITLEMENTS ON ENROLMENT AND PAYMENT OF FEES
    Only when your enrolment is complete will you be entitled to:

    • attend class
    • sit for examinations
    • receive educational awards

    REFUNDS
    The refunds policy will be stated in the documentation supplied to participants prior to the commencement of the course.

    A refund will only be issued under the following circumstances and in line with State regulations:

    • Where a student notifies SportsReady Education in writing and/or completes a withdrawal form within four (4) weeks of the course commencement date
    • Withdrawal forms can be obtained by contacting the Student Administration team on (03) 8413 3528
    • Students who have overpaid an invoice issued to them and have proof of overpayment.
    • Where the student pays fees in arrears and the course is cancelled by SportsReady Education prior to the course commencement date, all monies paid will be refunded;
    • Where SportsReady Education is unable to deliver training as a Registered Training Organisation, any payments made in arrears will be refunded

    NOTE: Where a participant commences a course and is unable to complete, no refund will be due.

    Withdrawal within four (4) weeks of the course commencement date
    If a student withdraws within four (4) weeks of the course commencement date and has notified this withdrawal in writing, a full refund of the tuition fee paid for the course will be made. No further tuition fees will be charged for the course.

    No refund of the materials fee paid will be available unless all issued work books are returned unused and in good condition.

    Withdrawal after four (4) weeks of the course commencement date
    If a student withdraws after four (4) weeks of the course commencement date, a refund will not be provided for any fees paid, however no further remaining tuition fees will be charged.
    No refund of the materials fee paid will be available.

    A refund of all or part of the fee or concession fee may be given in the following exceptional circumstances:

    • you enrolled in a course that has been cancelled by the RTO
    • you enrol in a course only to repeat a failed unit/module but are then granted a pass in that unit/module by an Assessment Review Committee
    • you formally advise the RTO, before classes commence and with no attendance or participation in training, that you are withdrawing from the course
    • the RTO delegate is of the opinion that you would be unreasonably disadvantaged if you were not granted a refund, for example if you meet with a serious misadventure and you were unable to continue your enrolment

    A refund may also be given in other appropriate circumstances, such as:

    • Extended hospitalisation or illness (2 weeks minimum) supported by a medical certificate and resulting in extended absence from classes. In this case a refund for the remainder of the course may be given

    WHEN A REFUND IS NOT GIVEN
    Circumstances not usually regarded as grounds for a refund include:

    • job change
    • change in work hours
    • inconvenience of travel to college
    • moving interstate
    • redundancy/retrenchment

    To discuss enrolling in a course; or if you have any questions regarding

    • eligibility for Government funding
    • fees you may have to pay
    • concession entitlement
    • or a fee refund:

    Please contact the SportsReady Education Student Administration team on (03) 8413 3528 or email [email protected]

    ELIGIBILITY FOR GOVERNMENT SUBSIDISED TRAINING
    Training is delivered to eligible students with Queensland Government funding.

    To be eligible for a Government subsidised place, you must meet certain eligibility requirements. If you are not eligible for a subsidised place, please refer to the Fee for Service eligibility section at the end of this document.

    To be eligible to receive a government contribution, you (the trainee) must:

    • have entered into a Training Contract for a qualification that is funded by the department
    • be registered on DELTA with a commencement date or recommencement date on or after 1 July 2010
    • select a training provider that holds PQS status for their nominated qualification.

    Note: SportsReady Education is a pre-qualified supplier. For a list of courses approved for funding, please refer to the Fee Structure document.

    The government contribution for a User Choice funding contribution will be detailed in your Letter of Registration from the department (which is subject to you meeting student eligibility).

    A trainee can only receive one government contribution for a User Choice funded qualification at any single point in time.

    In circumstances where a student undertakes more than one traineeship at the same time, the student will only receive the government contribution for the qualification nominated in the first Training Contract registered on DELTA, not the Training Contract with the earliest start date.

    A maximum of two government contributions will be funded per student under the User Choice 2016-17 program.

    Qualifications which do not contribute to the government contribution count are:

    • qualifications funded outside of the User Choice 2010-2016 and 2016–17 program
    • User Choice funded qualifications which commenced but were not completed
    • User Choice funded qualifications undertaken as part of the Skilling Queenslanders for Work Work Skills Traineeships program.

    For the purposes of determining multiple government contributions, SATs are treated in the same way as other trainees.

    A second government contribution is approved for participants who have previously commenced and completed one funded qualification under the User Choice 2010-2016 or 2016–17 program and the second qualification is:

    • a Priority One qualification
    • a higher priority than the first qualification
    • undertaken subsequent to a student having completed a qualification under the Skilling Queenslanders for Work initiative.

    ELIGIBILITY FOR FEE FOR SERVICE TRAINING
    Please see the Queensland, fee for service table in the fee structure section of the AFL SportsReady website for indicative fees.

    • You must be an Australian citizen to undertake a Fee for Service course with SportsReady Education
    • You must meet all pre-course requirements, (this could include Language, Literacy and Numeracy minimum standards and appropriate workplace/training requirements) including pre-requisites (if applicable to the course)

    For further information about current courses being delivered within Queensland, please contact SportsReady Education on 03 8413 3528 or email [email protected]

  • plus Created with Sketch. minus Created with Sketch. SOUTH AUSTRALIA

    FEE STRUCTURE FOR GOVERNMENT SUBSIDISED COURSES

    SportsReady Education only offers Government subsidised training for School-Based trainees undertaking the Certificate III in Sport and Recreation and does not offer any other Government Subsidised courses in South Australia, however, you are able to enrol as a Fee for Service student in the listed courses in the Fee for Service table.

    The student tuition fees as published are indicative only and are subject to change given individual circumstances at enrolment.

    Fees based on School-Based Trainees only

    Course Name Course
    Code
    Indicative tuition
    fee per scheduled
    hour
    Indicative
    scheduled
    hours
    Indicative fee
    (Government subsidised)
    Excludes materials fee
    Indicative concession fee
    (Government subsidised)
    Excludes materials fee
    Certificate III
    in Sport and Recreation
    SIS30115 $6.36 456 $2,900 $2,284.40

    MATERIALS FEE*: $200
    * Materials fees are paid for items used in the course which the student then owns
    Each student will be provided with an itemised list of all fees and materials required (including tuition fees, materials fee) prior to enrolment. The itemised list will include the actual tuition fee per hour (including any Recognition of Prior Learning) that the student is being charged.

    NOTE: The same hourly rate applies for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) and Credit Transfer (CT)

    OTHER FEES and CHARGES:
    Re-issue of a Certificate / Testamur (includes statement of results/attainment) $50
    Re-issue of Statement or Results / Attainment only $25
    Re-issue of Workbooks (if workbook is lost or damaged) $15

    Concessions:
    Concession on the tuition fee is available if you hold:

    • Healthcare card
    • Pensioner concession card
    • Hold a pensioner concession card issued by the Department of Veteran Affairs
    • Are a prison inmate, a detainee, on remand, held in a South Australian institution in connection with the commission of an offence, or a child in a South Australian detention centre older than 16 years

    Health Care Cards entitling you to the concession fee rate MUST be valid at enrolment and a copy provided for verification stating your Centrelink customer reference number and expiry date.

    Please ensure you read the ‘Important Note’ section further below.

    FEE STRUCTURE FOR FEE FOR SERVICE COURSES
    The student tuition fees are indicative only and subject to change given individual circumstances at enrolment.

    Course Name Course
    Code
    Indicative Tuition
    Fee per
    Scheduled Hour
    Indicative
    Scheduled
    Hours
    Indicative Fee
    (Fee For Service)
    Excludes materials fee
    Certificate
    III Sport and Recreation
    SIS30115 $7.46 456 $3,400
    Certificate
    IV Sport and Recreation
    SIS40115 $6.51 568 $3,700
    Certificate
    IV Sport Development
    SIS40612 $5.65 655 $3,700
    Diploma
    of Sport Development
    SIS50612 $6.86 612 $4,200
    Certificate
    III Fitness
    SIS30315 $4.84 702 $3,400
    Certificate
    II Business
    BSB20115 $8.89 360 $3,200
    Certificate
    III Business
    BSB30115 $8.10 420 $3,400
    Certificate
    IV in Business
    BSB40215 $9.38 395 $3,700
    Diploma
    of Business
    BSB50215 $8.40 500 $4,200
    Diploma
    of Leadership and Management
    BSB51915 $5.60 750 $4,200
    Certificate
    III Financial Services
    FNS30115 $9.07 375 $3,400

    NOTE: The same hourly rate applies for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) and Credit Transfer (CT)
    No Concession rates are available for a Fee for Service course

    MATERIALS FEE*: $200
    * Materials fees are paid for items used in the course which the student then owns
    Each student will be provided with an itemised list of all fees and materials required (including tuition fees, materials fee) prior to enrolment. The itemised list will include the actual tuition fee per hour (including any Recognition of Prior Learning) that the student is being charged.

    NOTE: The same hourly rate applies for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) and Credit Transfer (CT)

    OTHER FEES and CHARGES:
    Re-issue of a Certificate / Testamur (includes statement of results/attainment) $50
    Re-issue of Statement or Results / Attainment only $25
    Re-issue of Workbooks (if workbook is lost or damaged) $15

    If you would like to do a course with us, contact SportsReady Education on (03) 8413 3528 or email: [email protected] to organise your enrolment.

    IMPORTANT
    For both Government Funded and Fee for Service fees:

    The Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) standards require training organisations to charge no more than $1,500 for enrolment fees prior to course commencement. This includes enrolment tuition and materials fees.

    On enrolment, your first fee payment to SportsReady Education will not exceed $1,500 and any further payments (generally after week eight (8) and week twelve (12) from course commencement) will not exceed $1,500 in any one invoice.

    The first $1,500 fee invoice you receive, will be broken into the first payment of $1,300 tuition fee and the $200 material fee.

    For third party payments (where an invoice will be paid by an employer) the full fee will be charged in one invoice at enrolment.

    PAYMENT METHODS
    You may pay fees and other enrolment-related charges by EFT, Credit Card, Internet transfer or have us Invoice to a Third Party (Authority in writing must be provided) Note: cash is not accepted.

    If you are unable to pay via EFTPOS or Credit Card, please contact SportsReady Education on
    (03) 8413 3528 to arrange an alternative method of payment.

    PRIVACY
    SportsReady Education will at all times abide by our Consent Form: Disclosure of Personal Information form and the relevant Privacy Act

    Information that you provide to us will at all times be dealt with in a confidential and private manner. All documentation provided to us for payment and eligibility purposes will be held in a secure manner and disposed of in accordance with the relevant Privacy Act.

    For the full SportsReady Education Privacy policy please go to: http://www.aflsportsready.com.au/privacy-policy

    WHEN TO PAY YOUR FEES
    Fees must be paid as per the payment terms stated on invoices. Failure to adhere to the payment terms may result in suspension or cancellation of your attendance in the course until all outstanding fees are paid.
    Non-payment of fees will also prevent you receiving on course completion, your Qualification Certificate / Testamur and or Statement of Results.

    If you are having any difficulty with a payment, please contact SportsReady Education on
    (03) 8413 3528 or email [email protected] to discuss alternative arrangements.

    ENTITLEMENTS ON ENROLMENT AND PAYMENT OF FEES
    Only when your enrolment is complete will you be entitled to:

    • attend class
    • sit for examinations
    • receive educational awards

    REFUNDS
    The refunds policy will be stated in the documentation supplied to participants prior to the commencement of the course.

    A refund will only be issued under the following circumstances and in line with State regulations:

    • Where a student notifies SportsReady Education in writing and/or completes a withdrawal form within four (4) weeks of the course commencement date
    • Withdrawal forms can be obtained by contacting the Student Administration team on (03) 8413 3528
    • Students who have overpaid an invoice issued to them and have proof of overpayment.
    • Where the student pays fees in arrears and the course is cancelled by SportsReady Education prior to the course commencement date, all monies paid will be refunded;
    • Where SportsReady Education is unable to deliver training as a Registered Training Organisation, any payments made in arrears will be refunded

    NOTE: Where a participant commences a course and is unable to complete, no refund will be due.

    Withdrawal within four (4) weeks of the course commencement date
    If a student withdraws within four (4) weeks of the course commencement date and has notified this withdrawal in writing, a full refund of the tuition fee paid for the course will be made. No further tuition fees will be charged for the course.

    No refund of the materials fee paid will be available unless all issued work books are returned unused and in good condition.

    Withdrawal after four (4) weeks of the course commencement date
    If a student withdraws after four (4) weeks of the course commencement date, a refund will not be provided for any fees paid, however no further remaining tuition fees will be charged.
    No refund of the materials fee paid will be available.

    A refund of all or part of the fee or concession fee may be given in the following exceptional circumstances:

    • you enrolled in a course that has been cancelled by the RTO
    • you enrol in a course only to repeat a failed unit/module but are then granted a pass in that unit/module by an Assessment Review Committee
    • you formally advise the RTO, before classes commence and with no attendance or participation in training, that you are withdrawing from the course
    • the RTO delegate is of the opinion that you would be unreasonably disadvantaged if you were not granted a refund, for example if you meet with a serious misadventure and you were unable to continue your enrolment

    A refund may also be given in other appropriate circumstances, such as:

    • Extended hospitalisation or illness (2 weeks minimum) supported by a medical certificate and resulting in extended absence from classes. In this case a refund for the remainder of the course may be given

    WHEN A REFUND IS NOT GIVEN
    Circumstances not usually regarded as grounds for a refund include:

    • job change
    • change in work hours
    • inconvenience of travel to college
    • moving interstate
    • redundancy/retrenchment

    To discuss enrolling in a course; or if you have any questions regarding

    • eligibility for Government funding
    • fees you may have to pay
    • concession entitlement
    • or a fee refund:

    Please contact the SportsReady Education Student Administration team on (03) 8413 3528 or email [email protected]

    ELIGIBILITY FOR GOVERNMENT SUBSIDISED TRAINING

    SportsReady Education offers Government-subsidised courses in South Australia only for School-Based trainees undertaking a Certificate III in Sport and Recreation.

    The eligibility criteria listed below are based on SportsReady Education delivering Certificate III in Sport and Recreation to school based trainees. Visit www.skills.sa.gov.au for eligibility and subsidy criteria.

    You may be eligible for a Government subsidised place if you live or work in South Australia and meet all of the following criteria at the time of enrolment:

    • An Australian Citizen or New Zealand citizen; or
    • A permanent Australian reside nt; or
    • The holder of a Sta te sponsored visa on a pathway to permanent residency; or
    • The holder of a humanitarian temporary visa of a class specified by the Minister from time to time

    Please refer to the WorkReady website for the temporary visa types eligible for SA Government funding: http://www.skills.sa.gov.au/training-learning/check-your-eligibility/eligibility-explained

    You also need to be one of the following:

    • aged 16 years or over, and not enrolled at school; or
    • aged 16 years or over, enrolled in school and undertaking training through WorkReady subsidised arrangements; or
    • undertaking training through a Training Contract as an apprentice or trainee

    Additional eligibility criteria:

    • At the time of enrolment, if you are seeking to enrol in a course and you do not hold a non-school qualification (from certificate I level up to and including a doctorate) or are a jobseeker, you will entitled to access a subsidised training place for:
      • Two courses selected from the Certificate III to Advanced Diploma level
    • At the time of enrolment, if you are seeking to enrol in a course and you have a non-school qualification (from certificate II level or lower), you will entitled to access a subsidised training place for:
      • Two courses selected from the Certificate III to Advanced Diploma level
    • At the time of enrolment, if you are seeking to enrol in a course and you have a non-school qualification at Certificate III level or above (including a qualification from a university), you will entitled to access a subsidised training place for:
      • One course selected from the Certificate III to Advanced Diploma level

    Note:

    • Australian School Based Apprentice/Trainee (ABSA) must be enrolled at school and have a school-based training contract
    • All students will be assessed for their learning and support needs
    • School students may only be enrolled in one course
    • Students enrolled in a Foundation Skills course cannot be enrolled in another course unless and until the student has completed the Foundation Skills course or the training provider delivering the course has closed the students Training Account for the Foundation Skills course
    • A school student must not be enrolled in a Foundation Skills course or a Bridging unit
    • Students can only receive funded training for a maximum of two courses selected from Certificate III to Advanced Diploma level.

    All other courses delivered by SportsReady Education in South Australia are not Government funded and will be delivered under a Fee for Service arrangement.

    ELIGIBILITY FOR FEE FOR SERVICE TRAINING

    Please see the South Australia Fee Structure for Fee for Service courses available on our website for indicative fees.

    To be eligible:

    • You must be an Australian citizen to undertake a Fee for Service course with SportsReady Education.
    • You must meet all pre-course requirements, (this could include Language, Literacy and Numeracy minimum standards and appropriate workplace/training requirements) including pre-requisites (if applicable to the course)

    For further information about our courses, please contact SportsReady Education on 03 8413 3528 or email [email protected]

  • plus Created with Sketch. minus Created with Sketch. TASMANIA

    FEE STRUCTURE FOR GOVERNMENT SUBSIDISED COURSES

    To eligible students, this training is subsidised by the Department of State Growth, Tasmania.
    Funded courses listed below refer to traineeship delivery only.

    Please refer to the eligibility section to ascertain your eligibility for a Government subsidised place. If you are not eligible for a subsidised place, please refer to the Fee for Service course listing and fee rates on page 2.

    The student tuition fees as published are subject to change given individual circumstances at enrolment.

    Government funded traineeships course list

    Course Name Course
    Code
    Indicative tuition
    fee per
    scheduled hour
    Indicative
    scheduled
    hours
    Indicative fee
    (Government subsidised)
    Excludes materials fee
    Certificate II
    in Business
    BSB20115 $2.78 360 $1,000
    Certificate III
    in Business
    BSB30115 $2.38 420 $1,000
    Certificate III
    in Financial
    Services
    FNS30115 $2.67 375 $1,000
    Certificate
    III in Sport
    and Recreation
    SIS30115 $3.29 456 $1,500
    Certificate IV
    in Sport
    Development
    SIS40612 $2.29 655 $1,500
    Certificate
    IV in Business
    BSB40215 $3.80 385 $1,500

    NOTE: The same hourly rate applies for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) and Credit Transfer (CT)

    MATERIALS FEE*: $200
    * Materials fees are paid for items used in the course which the student then owns
    Each student will be provided with an itemised list of all fees and materials required (including tuition fees, materials fee) prior to enrolment. The itemised list will include the actual tuition fee per hour (including any Recognition of Prior Learning) that the student is being charged.

    OTHER FEES and CHARGES:
    Re-issue of a Certificate / Testamur (includes statement of results/attainment) $50
    Re-issue of Statement or Results / Attainment only $25
    Re-issue of Workbooks (if workbook is lost or damaged) $15

    FEE EXEMPTIONS in Tasmania:
    Please note: These student fee exemptions only apply to student tuition fees, not other fees charged by the RTO such as materials fees and administration fees.

    Students are exempt from paying student tuition fees if they fit into one of the following categories:
    – People in receipt of one of the following benefits in the table below:

    Pensioner
    Concession
    Veterans’
    Affairs Concession
    Sickness Allowance New start
    Special
    Benefit
    Family Tax Benefit
    (at maximum rate)
    Youth
    Allowance
    Carer Pension
    Disability
    Support Pension
    Mature Age
    Allowance
    Partner
    Allowance
    Parenting Payment Single
    Parenting Payment Partnered Widow Allowance ABSTUDY Austudy (study allowance for
    fulltime participants over 25 years of age)
    Drought Relief Foster Care
    Participants
    Dependents
    of people in receipt of any of the above benefits
    People who are inmates of a custodial institution
    • People experiencing extreme financial hardship (this exemption will be applied at the discretion of the RTO)
    • Women’s Access Programs
    • VET in Schools Programs for enrolled school participants
    • Literacy and numeracy courses
    • Certificate I in General Education for Adults

    People enrolled in one of the following fee-exempt, publicly funded programs:

    • Courses designed to provide foundation skills or to prepare participants for further study
    • Courses delivered specifically for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples
    • Australian Apprenticeship Access Program
    • Adult Migrants English Program (AEMP)

    For your enrolment to be valid and to receive the Government funded fee rate, original copies of evidence of eligibility must be sighted or a certified copy of the original documents provided.

    Evidence entitling you to a fee exemption MUST be valid and presented at the time of enrolment and a copy provided for verification.

    Please ensure you read the ‘Important Note’ section further below.

    FEE STRUCTURE FOR FEE FOR SERVICE COURSES
    The student tuition fees are indicative only and subject to change given individual circumstances at enrolment.

    Course Name Course
    Code
    Indicative Tuition
    Fee per
    Scheduled Hour
    Indicative
    Scheduled
    Hours
    Indicative Fee
    (Fee For Service)
    Excludes materials fee
    Certificate III
    Sport and Recreation
    SIS30115 $3.73 456 $1,700
    Certificate IV
    Sport and Recreation
    SIS40115 $6.51 568 $3,700
    Certificate IV
    Sport Development
    SIS40612 $3.82 655 $2,500
    Diploma
    of Sport Development
    SIS50612 $4.90 612 $3,000
    Certificate II
    Business
    BSB20115 $7.78 360 $2,800
    Certificate
    III Business
    BSB30115 $6.67 420 $2,800
    Certificate IV
    in Business
    BSB40215 $8.86 385 $3,500
    Diploma
    of Business
    BSB50215 $6.00 500 $3,000
    Diploma
    of Leadership
    and Management
    BSB51915 $4.00 750 $3,000
    Certificate III
    Financial Services
    FNS30115 $7.47 375 $2,800

    NOTE: The same hourly rate applies for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) and Credit Transfer (CT)
    No Concession rates are available for a Fee for Service course

    MATERIALS FEE*: $200
    * Materials fees are paid for items used in the course which the student then owns
    Each student will be provided with an itemised list of all fees and materials required (including tuition fees, materials fee) prior to enrolment. The itemised list will include the actual tuition fee per hour (including any Recognition of Prior Learning) that the student is being charged.

    OTHER FEES and CHARGES:
    Re-issue of a Certificate / Testamur (includes statement of results/attainment) $50
    Re-issue of Statement or Results / Attainment only $25
    Re-issue of Workbooks (if workbook is lost or damaged) $15

    If you would like to do a course with us, contact SportsReady Education on (03) 8413 3528 or email: [email protected] to organise your enrolment.

    IMPORTANT
    For both Government Funded and Fee for Service fees:

    The Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) standards require training organisations to charge no more than $1,500 for enrolment fees prior to course commencement. This includes enrolment tuition and materials fees.

    On enrolment, your first fee payment to SportsReady Education will not exceed $1,500 and any further payments (generally after week eight (8) and week twelve (12) from course commencement) will not exceed $1,500 in any one invoice.

    The first $1,500 fee invoice you receive, will be broken into a first payment of $1,300 tuition fee and the $200 material fee.

    For third party payments (where an invoice will be paid by an employer) the full fee will be charged in one invoice at enrolment.

    PAYMENT METHODS
    You may pay fees and other enrolment-related charges by: EFT, Credit Card, Internet transfer or have us Invoice to a Third Party (Authority in writing must be provided) Note: cash is not accepted.

    If you are unable to pay via EFTPOS or Credit Card, please contact SportsReady Education on
    (03) 8413 3528 to arrange an alternative method of payment.

    PRIVACY
    SportsReady Education will at all times abide by our Consent Form: Disclosure of Personal Information form and the relevant Privacy Act

    Information that you provide to us will at all times be dealt with in a confidential and private manner. All documentation provided to us for payment and eligibility purposes will be held in a secure manner and disposed of in accordance with the relevant Privacy Act.

    For the full SportsReady Education Privacy policy please click here.

    WHEN TO PAY YOUR FEES
    Fees must be paid as per the payment terms stated on invoices. Failure to adhere to the payment terms may result in suspension or cancellation of your attendance in the course until all outstanding fees are paid.
    Non-payment of fees will also prevent you receiving on course completion, your Qualification Certificate / Testamur and or Statement of Results.

    If you are having any difficulty with a payment, please contact SportsReady Education on (03) 8413 3528 or email [email protected] to discuss alternative arrangements.

    ENTITLEMENTS ON ENROLMENT AND PAYMENT OF FEES
    Only when your enrolment is complete will you be entitled to:

    • attend class
    • sit for examinations
    • receive educational awards

    REFUNDS
    The refunds policy will be stated in the documentation supplied to participants prior to the commencement of the course.

    A refund will only be issued under the following circumstances and in line with State regulations:

    • Where a student notifies SportsReady Education in writing and/or completes a withdrawal form within four (4) weeks of the course commencement date
    • Withdrawal forms can be obtained by contacting the Student Administration team on (03) 8413 3528
    • Students who have overpaid an invoice issued to them and have proof of overpayment.
    • Where the student pays fees in arrears and the course is cancelled by SportsReady Education prior to the course commencement date, all monies paid will be refunded;
    • Where SportsReady Education is unable to deliver training as a Registered Training Organisation, any payments made in arrears will be refunded

    NOTE: Where a participant commences a course and is unable to complete, no refund will be due.

    Withdrawal within four (4) weeks of the course commencement date
    If a student withdraws within four (4) weeks of the course commencement date and has notified this withdrawal in writing, a full refund of the tuition fee paid for the course will be made. No further tuition fees will be charged for the course.

    No refund of the materials fee paid will be available unless all issued work books are returned unused and in good condition.

    Withdrawal after four (4) weeks of the course commencement date
    If a student withdraws after four (4) weeks of the course commencement date, a refund will not be provided for any fees paid, however no further remaining tuition fees will be charged.
    No refund of the materials fee paid will be available.

    A refund of all or part of the fee or concession fee may be given in the following exceptional circumstances:

    • you enrolled in a course that has been cancelled by the RTO
    • you enrol in a course only to repeat a failed unit/module but are then granted a pass in that unit/module by an Assessment Review Committee
    • you formally advise the RTO, before classes commence and with no attendance or participation in training, that you are withdrawing from the course
    • the RTO delegate is of the opinion that you would be unreasonably disadvantaged if you were not granted a refund, for example if you meet with a serious misadventure and you were unable to continue your enrolment

    A refund may also be given in other appropriate circumstances, such as:

    • Extended hospitalisation or illness (2 weeks minimum) supported by a medical certificate and resulting in extended absence from classes. In this case a refund for the remainder of the course may be given

    WHEN A REFUND IS NOT GIVEN
    Circumstances not usually regarded as grounds for a refund include:

    • job change
    • change in work hours
    • inconvenience of travel to college
    • moving interstate
    • redundancy/retrenchment

    To discuss enrolling in a course; or if you have any questions regarding

    • eligibility for Government funding
    • fees you may have to pay
    • concession entitlement
    • or a fee refund:

    Please contact the SportsReady Education Student Administration team on (03) 8413 3528 or email [email protected]

    ELIGIBILITY FOR GOVERNMENT SUBSIDISED TRAINING
    To eligible students, this training is subsidised by the Department of State Growth, Tasmania.

    To be eligible for a Government subsidised place, you must:

      • be over 15 years of age and reside in Tasmania
      • be an Australian resident. For the purpose of student eligibility, an Australian Resident includes:
        • an Australian citizen; or
        • a permanent resident of Australia living in Tasmania for a minimum period of six (6) months; or
        • the holder of a permanent Australian visa; or
        • the holder of a visa under Australia’s Special Humanitarian program including:
          • Refugee Visa (subclass 200)
          • Global Special Humanitarian Visa (subclass 202)
          • Women at Risk Visa (subclass 204)
          • Protection Visa (class XA) (subclass 866)
      • the holder of a New Zealand passport who has been resident in Australia for at least six (6) months prior to commencing the program.
      • Not be an existing (continuing) employee/worker.
        • An existing worker is defined as someone aged 16 years or over who regularly works for pay, profit or commission.

    Be an existing worker who is progressing from a lower Australian Qualification Framework (AQF) level to a higher AQF level under a training contract within 12 months of completion of the previous training contract.

    Be a Job Seeker –
    A job seeker is defined as who is 16 years and over and is:

        • Not a school student as defined by sections 3 and 4 of the Education Act 1994; or
        • Registered with an Employment Service Provider (ESP); or
        • An income support recipient who is not currently required to meet activity test or participation requirements; or
        • A participant in an Australian Government labour market program; or
        • Not currently working and seeking or intending to seek paid employment or self-employment after completing the qualification; or
        • A participant in a Commonwealth Apprenticeship Access Program; or
        • Not working and participating in volunteering activities; or
        • A person currently employed whose contract of employment is classified as ‘casual’

    Funding can be sourced for trainees who received subsidised training within five years if:

        • a subsequent version of the qualification is considered a new qualification due to significant changes and/or additions and becomes the industry benchmark of essential skills and knowledge for that industry
        • there have been significant changes to the industry such as major changes to technology, the industry or the government, as opposed to individual employers, specifies that staff are required to update/refresh their qualifications
        • The training subsidy sought is in an unrelated field.

    To be eligible to receive government funding, students must reside in Tasmania and training must take place in Tasmania.

    If you are not eligible for a Government subsidised course you may be able to enrol as a Fee for Service student.

    ELIGIBILITY FOR FEE FOR SERVICE TRAINING

    Please see the fee for service table in the Tasmania Fee Structure section of the website for indicative fees.

    To be eligible:

        • You must be an Australian citizen to undertake a Fee for Service course with SportsReady Education
        • You must meet all pre-course requirements, (this could include Language, Literacy and Numeracy minimum standards and appropriate workplace/training requirements) including pre-requisites (if applicable to the course)

    For further information about our courses, please contact SportsReady Education on 03 8413 3528 or email [email protected]

  • plus Created with Sketch. minus Created with Sketch. VICTORIA

    FEE STRUCTURE FOR GOVERNMENT SUBSIDISED COURSES

    To eligible students, this training is delivered with Victorian and Commonwealth Government funding.

    Please refer to the eligibility section to ascertain your eligibility for a Government subsidised place. If you are not eligible for a subsidised place, please refer to the Fee for Service course listing and fee rates on page 3.

    The student tuition fees as published are subject to change given individual circumstances at enrolment.

    Course Name Enrolment
    Type #
    Course
    Code
    Indicative
    tuition fee per scheduled hour
    Indicative
    scheduled hours
    Indicative fee (Government subsidised)
    Excludes
    materials fee
    Indicative
    concession fee (Government subsidised)
    Excludes
    materials fee
    Approximate
    Government contribution
    Certificate II in Business Traineeship only BSB20115 $7.50 360 $2,700 $540 $1,080
    Certificate III in Business Traineeship only BSB30115 $6.90 420 $2,900 $580 $3,360
    Certificate III in Financial
    Services
    Traineeship only FNS30115 $7.73 375 $2,900 $580 $2,250
    Certificate III in Fitness SIS30315 $4.13 702 $2,900 $580 $5,616
    Certificate III in Sport and
    Recreation
    Traineeship only SIS30115 $6.36 456 $2,900 $580 $1,215
    Certificate IV in Business BSB40215 $8.10 395 $3,200 $640 $1,580
    Certificate IV in Fitness SIS40215 $4.56 1085 $3,200 $640 $3,255
    Certificate IV in Sport
    Development
    Traineeship only SIS40612 $4.89 655 $3,200 $640 $5,240
    Diploma of Leadership and
    Management
    BSB51915 $4.66 750 $3,500 No concession available for
    Diploma course^
    $2,250
    Diploma of Business BSB50215 $7.00 500 $3,500 No concession available for
    Diploma course^
    $2,000
    Diploma of Sport Development SIS50612 $5.72 612 $3,500 No concession available for
    Diploma course^
    $4,284

    NOTE: The same hourly rate applies for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) and Credit Transfer (CT)
    ^ Students who self-identify as being of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent will be eligible for a concession on the tuition fee
    # For qualifications not restricted to a traineeship only model, individuals may be eligible for government funding for non-traineeship qualifications (direct funded study)

    MATERIALS FEE*: $200
    * Materials fees are paid for items used in the course which the student then owns
    Each student will be provided with an itemised list of all fees and materials required (including tuition fees, materials fee) prior to enrolment. The itemised list will include the actual tuition fee per hour (including any Recognition of Prior Learning) that the student is being charged.

    Other fees and charges:
    Re-issue of a Certificate / Testamur (includes statement of results/attainment) $50
    Re-issue of Statement or Results / Attainment only $25
    Re-issue of Workbooks (if workbook is lost or damaged) $15

    Eligibility for fee Concession:
    To be eligible for a concession on your tuition fee (only applies to enrolments in courses at the Certificate IV level and below), prior to the commencement of training, you will need to hold a current and valid:

    1. Health Care Card issued by the Commonwealth;
    2. Pensioner Concession Card; or
    3. Veteran’s Gold Card; or
    4. an alternative card or concession eligibility criterion approved by the Minister for the purposes of these Guidelines.

    The concessions ‘a’ and ‘b’ above also apply to a dependant spouse or dependant child of a card holder
    Current and valid evidence for concession, such as a Health Care Card should be presented at the time of enrolment, but no later than the commencement of training. Students without evidence for concession must pay the non-concession rate. A concession rate cannot be applied if a student provides evidence for concession after training has commenced. Healthcare Care information, including how to apply for a Health Care Card is available at: http://www.humanservices.gov.au/

    The concession rate will be 20 per cent of the standard tuition fee charged to a non-concession funded student.

    Indigenous students: Under the Indigenous Completions Initiative, for enrolments in a course at any level, students who self-identify as being of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent will be eligible for a concession on the tuition fee.

    Eligibility for fee Waiver/Exemption:
    Students may be eligible for a fee waiver/exemption:

    • if from the Lazarus Transition Centre
    • if required under a Young people on community based orders

    Please note, there are specific requirements relating to fee waivers. If you believe you are eligible for a fee waiver, please contact SportsReady Education on (03) 8413 3528.

    Note: Evidence of eligibility and for concession must be sighted in person and a copy made, or a copy provided to SportsReady Education, which is a certified copy of the original documents.

    Evidence entitling you to a fee concession or fee waiver/exemption MUST be valid and presented at the time of enrolment and a copy provided for verification.

    Please ensure you read the ‘Important Note’ section further below.

    If you would like to do a course with us, contact SportsReady Education on (03) 8413 3528 or email: [email protected] to organise your enrolment.

    FEE STRUCTURE FOR FEE FOR SERVICE COURSES 
    The student tuition fees are indicative only and subject to change given individual circumstances at enrolment.

    Course Name Course
    Code
    Indicative Tuition
    Fee per
    Scheduled Hour
    Indicative
    Scheduled
    Hours
    Indicative Fee
    (Fee For Service)
    Excludes materials fee
    Certificate
    III Sport and Recreation
    SIS30115 $7.46 456 $3,400
    Certificate
    IV Sport Development
    SIS40612 $5.65 655 $3,700
    Diploma
    of Sport Development
    SIS50612 $6.86 612 $4,200
    Certificate
    III Fitness
    SIS30315 $4.84 702 $3,400
    Certificate
    II Business
    BSB20115 $8.89 360 $3,200
    Certificate
    III Business
    BSB30115 $8.09 420 $3,400
    Certificate
    IV in Business
    BSB40215 $9.37 395 $3,700
    Diploma
    of Business
    BSB50215 $8.40 500 $4,200
    Diploma
    of Leadership and Management
    BSB51915 $5.60 750 $4,200
    Certificate
    III Financial Services
    FNS30115 $9.07 375 $3,400

    Concession rates are not available for courses under a Fee for Service arrangement

    MATERIALS FEE*: $200
    * Materials fees are paid for items used in the course which the student then owns
    Each student will be provided with an itemised list of all fees and materials required (including tuition fees, materials fee) prior to enrolment. The itemised list will include the actual tuition fee per hour (including any Recognition of Prior Learning) that the student is being charged.

    NOTE: The same hourly rate applies for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) and Credit Transfer (CT)

    Please ensure you read the ‘Important Note’ section further below.

    If you would like to do a course with us, contact SportsReady Education on (03) 8413 3528 or email: [email protected] to organise your enrolment.

    IMPORTANT
    The Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) standards require training organisations to charge no more than $1,500 for enrolment fees prior to course commencement. This includes enrolment tuition and materials fees.

    On enrolment, your first fee payment to SportsReady Education will not exceed $1,500 and any further payments (generally after week eight (8) and week twelve (12) from course commencement) will not exceed $1,500 in any one invoice.

    The first $1,500 fee invoice you receive, will be broken into a first payment of $1,300 tuition fee and the $200 material fee.

    For third party payments (where an invoice will be paid by an employer) the full fee will be charged in one invoice at enrolment.

    PAYMENT METHODS
    You may pay fees and other enrolment-related charges by: EFT, Credit Card, Internet transfer or have us Invoice to a Third Party (Authority in writing must be provided) Note: cash is not accepted.

    If you are unable to pay via EFTPOS or Credit Card, please contact SportsReady Education on
    (03) 8413 3528 to arrange an alternative method of payment.

    PRIVACY
    SportsReady Education will at all times abide by our Consent Form: Disclosure of Personal Information form and the relevant Privacy Act

    Information that you provide to us will at all times be dealt with in a confidential and private manner. All documentation provided to us for payment and eligibility purposes will be held in a secure manner and disposed of in accordance with the relevant Privacy Act.

    For the full SportsReady Education Privacy policy please click here.

    WHEN TO PAY YOUR FEES
    Fees must be paid as per the payment terms stated on invoices. Failure to adhere to the payment terms may result in suspension or cancellation of your attendance in the course until all outstanding fees are paid.

    Non-payment of fees will also prevent you receiving on course completion, your Qualification Certificate / Testamur and or Statement of Results.

    If you are having any difficulty with a payment, please contact SportsReady Education on (03) 8413 3528 or email [email protected] to discuss alternative arrangements.

    ENTITLEMENTS ON ENROLMENT AND PAYMENT OF FEES
    Only when your enrolment is complete will you be entitled to:

    • attend class
    • sit for examinations
    • receive educational awards

    REFUNDS
    The refunds policy will be stated in the documentation supplied to participants prior to the commencement of the course.

    A refund will only be issued under the following circumstances and in line with State regulations:

    • Where a student notifies SportsReady Education in writing and/or completes a withdrawal form within four (4) weeks of the course commencement date
    • Withdrawal forms can be obtained by contacting the Student Administration team on (03) 8413 3528
    • Students who have overpaid an invoice issued to them and have proof of overpayment.
    • Where the student pays fees in arrears and the course is cancelled by SportsReady Education prior to the course commencement date, all monies paid will be refunded;
    • Where SportsReady Education is unable to deliver training as a Registered Training Organisation, any payments made in arrears will be refunded

    NOTE: Where a participant commences a course and is unable to complete, no refund will be due.

    Withdrawal within four (4) weeks of the course commencement date
    If a student withdraws within four (4) weeks of the course commencement date and has notified this withdrawal in writing, a full refund of the tuition fee paid for the course will be made. No further tuition fees will be charged for the course.

    No refund of the materials fee paid will be available unless all issued work books are returned unused and in good condition.

    Withdrawal after four (4) weeks of the course commencement date
    If a student withdraws after four (4) weeks of the course commencement date, a refund will not be provided for any fees paid, however no further remaining tuition fees will be charged.

    No refund of the materials fee paid will be available.

    A refund of all or part of the fee or concession fee may be given in the following exceptional circumstances:

    • you enrolled in a course that has been cancelled by the RTO
    • you enrol in a course only to repeat a failed unit/module but are then granted a pass in that unit/module by an Assessment Review Committee
    • you formally advise the RTO, before classes commence and with no attendance or participation in training, that you are withdrawing from the course
    • the RTO delegate is of the opinion that you would be unreasonably disadvantaged if you were not granted a refund, for example if you meet with a serious misadventure and you were unable to continue your enrolment

    A refund may also be given in other appropriate circumstances, such as:

    • A refund may also be given in other appropriate circumstances, such as:

    NOTE: Fee refunds will only be paid to the person or organisation that made the original payment. For example, if you are an AFL SportsReady Trainee, and the Tuition and Materials Fees have been paid by AFL SportsReady, AFL SportsReady will receive the refund.

    WHEN A REFUND IS NOT GIVEN
    Circumstances not usually regarded as grounds for a refund include:

    • job change
    • change in work hours
    • inconvenience of travel to college
    • moving interstate
    • redundancy/retrenchment

    To discuss enrolling in a course; or if you have any questions regarding

    • eligibility for Government funding
    • fees you may have to pay
    • concession entitlement
    • or a fee refund:

    Please contact the SportsReady Education Student Administration team on (03) 8413 3528 or email [email protected]

    ELIGIBILITY FOR GOVERNMENT SUBSIDISED TRAINING
    Training is delivered to eligible students with Victorian and Commonwealth Government funding.

    To be eligible for a government subsidised place, you must meet the Skills First Program eligibility requirements.

    In order to be an Eligible you must be:

    • either:
      1. an Australian citizen;
      2. a holder of a permanent visa; or
      3. a New Zealand citizen;
    • enrolling and commencing training in a course or qualification between 1 January 2017 and 31 December 2019 inclusive; and
    • either:
      1. under 20 years of age (as at 1 January in the year of commencement of training) and enrolling in nationally recognised training;
      2. 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;
      3. 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);
      4. 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
      5. 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.

    In addition, you are only eligible to:

    1. commence a maximum of two courses subsidised through the Skills First Program in a calendar year. Where you are enrolled in a course(s) that is scheduled to commence at a later date in that calendar year, this course(s) must be counted for the purpose of assessing eligibility;
    2. undertake a maximum of two courses subsidised through the Skills First Program at any one time;
    3. commence a maximum of two government subsidised courses at the same level within the AQF in your lifetime; and
    4. commence a maximum of two government subsidised accredited courses with the title ‘Course in…’ in your lifetime.

    Eligibility Exclusions^
    You are not eligible for training subsidised through the Skills First Program if you are:

    1. a student enrolled in a school (excluding a school based Apprentice/Trainee). This includes:
      1. any government, non-government, independent or Catholic school; or
      2. a student registered for home schooling in Victoria.

    Government schools are responsible for funding these opportunities for VET within the school curriculum through their Student Resource Package (SRP) allocation, including targeted VET in schools funding. Non-government schools make similar decisions for students on the basis of the resources available to them;

    1. within the meaning of the Corrections Act 1986 (Vic), a prisoner held at a prison, including:
      1. Hopkins Correctional Centre (Ararat);
      2. Barwon Prison;
      3. Beechworth Correctional Centre;
      4. Dame Phyllis Frost Centre;
      5. Dhurringile Prison;
      6. Langi Kal Kal Prison;
      7. Loddon Prison;
      8. Marngoneet Correctional Centre;
      9. Tarrengower Prison;
      10. Metropolitan Remand Centre;
      11. Melbourne Assessment Prison;
      12. Fulham Correctional Centre; or
      13. Port Phillip Prison;
    2. a person who is detained under the Mental Health Act 1986 (Vic), or the Crimes (Mental Impairment and Unfitness to be Tried) Act 1997 (Vic) or the Sentencing Act 1991 (Vic) at the Thomas Embling Hospital; or
    3. a person who is detained (other than on weekend detention) under the Children, Youth and Families Act 2005 (Vic) or the Sentencing Act 1991 (Vic) or who is held on remand in one or more of the following youth justice facilities:
      1. Malmsbury Juvenile Justice Centre;
      2. Parkville Youth Residential Centre; or
      3. Melbourne Youth Justice Centre.

    ^The exclusions (b), (c) and (d) do not apply to young people on community based orders made under the Children, Youth and Families Act 2005 (Vic) or individuals held in Judy Lazarus Transition Centre who, subject to otherwise complying with the requirements in this Clause 2, may be eligible for training subsidised through the Skills First Program as they are able to physically access training outside of a custodial setting without supervision.

    Additional Apprentice/Trainee Eligibility Requirements
    To be eligible for training subsidised through the Skills First Program as an Apprentice or Trainee you must be:

    1. employed in Victoria in either a full time or part time capacity under an award or registered agreement;
    2. undertaking an Approved Training Scheme;
    3. a signatory to a Training Contract with their employer which is registered with the VRQA;
    4. a signatory, jointly with the employer and the Training Provider, to a Training Plan; and
    5. involved in paid work and Structured Training: Workplace-based or Structured Training: Off-the job.

    Note: School Students (excluding School Based Apprentices and Trainees) are not eligible for funded training under the Skills First Program.

    Other eligibility requirements apply if you are seeking to enrol in training under the following arrangements:

    1. Asylum Seeker VET Program
    2. access to the Skills First Program for retrenched employees
    3. Automotive Supply Chain Training Initiative

    To be eligible to receive government funding, students must reside in Victoria and training must take place in Victoria.

    IMPORTANT NOTE:
    Enrolment into a government subsidised course may affect your eligibility for future government subsidised courses. It is important that you fully understand the requirements under the Skills First Program.

    For more information about the Skills First Program, visit: http://www.education.vic.gov.au/skillsfirst

    If you are not eligible for a Government subsidised course you may be able to enrol as a fee for service student. Please see the fee for service table in the Victorian Fee Structure section of the website for indicative fees.

    ELIGIBILITY FOR FEE FOR SERVICE TRAINING
    Please see the Victoria Fee Structure for Fee for Service courses available on our website for indicative fees.

    To be eligible:

    • You must be an Australian citizen to undertake a Fee for Service course with SportsReady Education.
    • You must meet all pre-course requirements, (this could include Language, Literacy and Numeracy minimum standards and appropriate workplace/training requirements) including pre-requisites (if applicable to the course)

    For further information about our courses, please contact SportsReady Education on 03 8413 3528 or email [email protected]

  • plus Created with Sketch. minus Created with Sketch. WESTERN AUSTRALIA

    FEE STRUCTURE FOR GOVERNMENT SUBSIDISED COURSES
    To eligible students, training is delivered with Western Australian Government, Future Skills WA funding.

     

     

    Please refer to the eligibility section of our website to ascertain your eligibility for a Government-subsidised place. If you are not eligible for a subsidised place, please refer to the Fee Structure for Fee for Service Course further below.

    The student tuition fees are indicative only and are subject to change given individual circumstances at enrolment. Additional fees may apply such as student services and resource fees.

    Category of enrolment Fee rate per nominal hour Maximum Course Fee
    Non-concession Student
    Diploma, Advanced Diploma and Existing Worker Traineeships $5.79 $7,860
    Apprenticeships, Traineeships* and Priority Industry
    Qualifications (up to Certificate IV)
    $3.25 n/a
    General Industry Training (up to Certificate IV) $4.88 n/a
    Foundation Skills and Equity Courses $0.21 n/a
    Concession Student
    Concession – eligible Diploma and Advance Diploma Courses $1.79 n/a
    Apprenticeships, Traineeships* and Priority Industry
    Qualifications (up to Certificate IV)
    $0.97 n/a
    General Industry Training (up to Certificate IV) $1.47 n/a
    Foundation Skills and Equity Courses $0.21 n/a
    Materials Fee $200

    * Excludes existing worker traineeships. Existing worker trainees at any qualification level are charged at the $5.79 fee rate and are not eligible for fee concessions.

    For secondary school-aged persons not enrolled at school, the maximum course fee chargeable in 2019 is $420. The maximum is the total fee for all courses the student is enrolled in. For these students, course fees for courses that are below Diploma level are calculated at the concessional rate until the student reaches the fee cap. The Diploma and Advanced Diploma course fee maximum does not apply to these students.

    FEES FOR GOVERNMENT SUBSIDISED COURSES – TRAINEESHIP MODEL ONLY

    Course Name Course Code Indicate scheduled hours Indicative fee (Government subsidised)

    Excludes materials fee

    Indicative concession fee (Government subsidised)

    Excludes materials fee

    Certificate
    II in Business
    BSB20115 290 $942.50 $281.30
    Certificate
    III in Business
    BSB30115 355 $1,153.75 $344.35
    Certificate IV in Business BSB40215 355 $1,153.75 $344.35
    Certificate
    III in Sport and Recreation
    SIS30115 440 $1,430.00 $426.80
    Certificate
    III in Financial Services
    FNS30115 355 $1,153.75 $344.35
    Certificate
    III in Fitness
    SIS30315 604 $1,963.00 $585.88
    Certificate
    IV in Sport and Recreation
    SIS40412 495 $1,608.75 $480.15

     

    NOTE: The same hourly rate applies for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL). Students are not charged for a Credit Transfer (CT).

    Generally, School Based Trainees undertaking either a Certificate II in Business or Certificate II in Sport and Recreation are tuition fee exempt in Western Australia. Only a $200 materials fee will be charged.

    MATERIALS FEE: $200
    * Materials fees are paid for items used in the course which the student then owns
    Each student will be provided with an itemised list of all fees and materials required (including tuition fees, materials fee) prior to enrolment. The itemised list will include the actual tuition fee per hour (including any Recognition of Prior Learning) that the student is being charged.

    OTHER FEES and CHARGES:
    Re-issue of a Certificate / Testamur (includes statement of results/attainment) $50
    Re-issue of Statement or Results / Attainment only $25
    Re-issue of Workbooks (if workbook is lost or damaged) $15

    COURSE FEE CONCESSION
    The following students are entitled to the concession rate on course fee:

    1. Persons and dependants of persons holding:
      1. A Pensioner Concession Card.
      2. A Repatriation Health Benefits Card issued by the Department of Veterans’ Affairs.
      3. A Health Care Card.
    2. Persons and dependants of persons in receipt of AUSTUDY or ABSTUDY.
    3. Persons and dependants of persons in receipt of the Youth Allowance.
    4. Persons and dependants of persons who are inmates of a custodial institution.
    5. Secondary school aged persons, not enrolled at school.

    If the concession is valid for the full enrolment period, then all eligible units commenced within that period attract the concession rate. If the concession is valid for part of the enrolment period, then only eligible units commenced on or after the start date and prior to the expiry of the concession attract the concession rate.

    Evidence of eligibility for concession must be presented at the time of enrolment. Students without evidence of eligibility for concession must pay the non-concession rate.

    For your enrolment to be valid and to receive the Government funded fee rate, original copies of evidence of eligibility must be sighted, or a certified copy of the original documents presented.

    VET IN SCHOOLS
    Secondary school students are exempt from course and resource fees if they:

    are enrolled at school, as defined in the School Education Act 1999; and

    are undertaking a VET course.

    STUDENTS IN STATE GOVERNMENT CARE
    Students not enrolled at school are exempt from course and resource fees if they:

    1. are under the care of the Chief Executive Officer of the Department for Child Protection and Family Support; and
    2. are a secondary school aged person; or
    3. are under 18 years of age.

    Students in State Government care who are enrolled at school are eligible for a fee exemption

    INTERSTATE STUDENTS
    Students residing in other Australian States or Territories are charged at fee-for-service rates.

    Apprentices and trainees may be eligible for publicly funded training if the:

    • training contract is registered in Western Australia; and
    • workplace is in Western Australia; and
    • training occurs in Western Australia, unless the training is only available in another state or territory.

    IMPORTANT
    PAYMENT OF COURSE FEES
    The Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) standards require training organisations to charge no more than $1,500 for enrolment fees prior to course commencement. This includes enrolment tuition and materials fees.

    On enrolment, your first fee payment to SportsReady Education will not exceed $1,500 and any further payments (generally after week eight (8) and week twelve (12) from course commencement) will not exceed $1,500 in any one invoice.

    The first $1,500 fee invoice you receive, will be broken into a first payment of $1,300 tuition fee and the $200 material fee.

    For third party payments (where an invoice will be paid by an employer) the full fee will be charged in one invoice at enrolment.

    PAYMENT METHODS
    You may pay fees and other enrolment-related charges by: EFT, Credit Card, Internet transfer or have us Invoice to a Third Party (Authority in writing must be provided) Note: cash is not accepted.

    If you are unable to pay via EFTPOS or Credit Card, please contact SportsReady Education on
    (03) 8413 3528 to arrange an alternative method of payment.

    PRIVACY
    SportsReady Education will at all times abide by our Consent Form: Disclosure of Personal Information form and the relevant Privacy Act

    Information that you provide to us will at all times be dealt with in a confidential and private manner. All documentation provided to us for payment and eligibility purposes will be held in a secure manner and disposed of in accordance with the relevant Privacy Act.

    For the full SportsReady Education Privacy policy click here.

    WHEN TO PAY YOUR FEES
    Fees must be paid as per the payment terms stated on invoices. Failure to adhere to the payment terms may result in suspension or cancellation of your attendance in the course until all outstanding fees are paid.
    Non-payment of fees will also prevent you receiving on course completion, your Qualification Certificate / Testamur and or Statement of Results.

    If you are having any difficulty with a payment, please contact SportsReady Education on
    (03) 8413 3528 or email [email protected] to discuss alternative arrangements.

    ENTITLEMENTS ON ENROLMENT AND PAYMENT OF FEES
    Only when your enrolment is complete will you be entitled to:

    • attend class
    • sit for examinations
    • receive educational awards

    WITHDRAWAL FROM THE COURSE
    If a student intends to withdraw from a course, the student must notify SportsReady Education in writing prior to the withdrawal date by emailing their educator directly or sending an email to [email protected].
    Students will only be eligible for a refund if a notification is received in writing.
    For trainees, a notification from the Department of Training and Workforce Development (DTWD) to SportsReady Education will suffice as a notification of withdrawal.

    REFUNDS

    FULL REFUNDS
    Students who withdraw are entitled to a full refund of the applicable course fee, resource fee and other fees where:

    • a unit is cancelled or re-scheduled to a time unsuitable to the student; or
    • a student is not given a place due to maximum number of places being reached.

    PART REFUNDS
    A census/withdrawal date will be set for each unit at no less than 20% of the way through the period during which that unit is undertaken.

    Students who formally withdraw from their course (as outlined above) before the census/withdrawal date for a unit will be eligible for a full refund of the course fee for the unit; and

    • a full refund of the resource fee if the course is a Diploma or Advanced Diploma course; or
    • 50% of the resource fee if the course is below Diploma level.

    PRO RATA REFUNDS
    The SportsReady Education Student Administration Team Leader can approve a pro rata refund of fees and charges at any time during the course of delivery if students withdraw for reasons of personal circumstances beyond their control. For example:

    • Serious illness resulting in extended absence from classes;
    • Injury or disability that prevents the student from completing their program of study; or
    • Other exceptional reasons at the discretion of the SportsReady Education Student Administration Team Leader.

    NOTE: In all cases, relevant documentary evidence (for example, medical certificate) is required.

    FEE STRUCTURE FOR FEE FOR SERVICE COURSES 
    The student tuition fees are indicative only and subject to change given individual circumstances at enrolment.

    Course Name Course Code Indicative Tuition Fee per Scheduled Hour Indicative Scheduled Hours Indicative Fee

    (Fee For Service)

    Excludes materials fee

    Certificate III Sport and Recreation SIS30115 $7.72 440 $3,400
    Certificate IV Sport and Recreation SIS40115 $7.47 495 $3,700
    Certificate IV Sport Development SIS40612 $5.65 655 $3,700
    Diploma of Sport Development SIS50612 $7.12 590 $4,200
    Certificate III Fitness SIS30315 $5.63 604 $3,400
    Certificate II  Business BSB20115 $11.03 290 $3,200
    Certificate III Business BSB30115 $9.58 355 $3,400
    Certificate IV in Business BSB40215 $10.42 355 $3,700
    Diploma of Business BSB50215 $10.12 415 $4,200
    Diploma of Leadership and Management BSB51915 $7.30 575 $4,200
    Certificate III Financial Services FNS30115 $9.58 355 $3,400

    Concession rates are not available for courses under a Fee for Service arrangement

    MATERIALS FEE*: $200
    * Materials fees are paid for items used in the course which the student then owns
    Each student will be provided with an itemised list of all fees and materials required (including tuition fees, materials fee) prior to enrolment. The itemised list will include the actual tuition fee per hour (including any Recognition of Prior Learning) that the student is being charged.

    NOTE: The same hourly rate applies for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) and Credit Transfer (CT)

    If you would like to do a course with us, contact SportsReady Education on (03) 8413 3528 or email: [email protected] to organise your enrolment.

    IMPORTANT NOTE:
    The Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) standards require training organisations to charge no more than $1,500 for enrolment fees prior to course commencement. This includes enrolment tuition and materials fees.

    On enrolment, your first fee payment to SportsReady Education will not exceed $1,500 and any further payments (generally after week eight (8) and week twelve (12) from course commencement) will not exceed $1,500 in any one invoice.

    The first $1,500 fee invoice you receive, will be broken into a first payment of $1,300 tuition fee and the $200 material fee.

    For third party payments (where an invoice will be paid by an employer) the full fee will be charged in one invoice at enrolment.

    PAYMENT METHODS
    You may pay fees and other enrolment-related charges by: EFT, Credit Card, Internet transfer or have us Invoice to a Third Party (Authority in writing must be provided) Note: cash is not accepted.

    If you are unable to pay via EFTPOS or Credit Card, please contact SportsReady Education on
    (03) 8413 3528 to arrange an alternative method of payment.

    PRIVACY
    SportsReady Education will at all times abide by our Consent Form: Disclosure of Personal Information form and the relevant Privacy Act

    Information that you provide to us will at all times be dealt with in a confidential and private manner. All documentation provided to us for payment and eligibility purposes will be held in a secure manner and disposed of in accordance with the relevant Privacy Act.

    For the full SportsReady Education Privacy policy click here.

    WHEN TO PAY YOUR FEES
    Fees must be paid as per the payment terms stated on invoices. Failure to adhere to the payment terms may result in suspension or cancellation of your attendance in the course until all outstanding fees are paid.
    Non-payment of fees will also prevent you receiving on course completion, your Qualification Certificate / Testamur and or Statement of Results.

    If you are having any difficulty with a payment, please contact SportsReady Education on
    (03) 8413 3528 or email [email protected] to discuss alternative arrangements.

    ENTITLEMENTS ON ENROLMENT AND PAYMENT OF FEES
    Only when your enrolment is complete will you be entitled to:

    • attend class
    • sit for examinations
    • receive educational awards

    REFUNDS
    The refunds policy will be stated in the documentation supplied to participants prior to the commencement of the course.

    A refund will only be issued under the following circumstances and in line with State regulations:

    • Where a student notifies SportsReady Education in writing and/or completes a withdrawal form within four (4) weeks of the course commencement date
    • Withdrawal forms can be obtained by contacting the Student Administration team on (03) 8413 3528
    • Students who have overpaid an invoice issued to them and have proof of overpayment.
    • Where the student pays fees in arrears and the course is cancelled by SportsReady Education prior to the course commencement date, all monies paid will be refunded;
    • Where SportsReady Education is unable to deliver training as a Registered Training Organisation, any payments made in arrears will be refunded

    NOTE: Where a participant commences a course and is unable to complete, no refund will be due.

    Withdrawal within four (4) weeks of the course commencement date
    If a student withdraws within four (4) weeks of the course commencement date and has notified this withdrawal in writing, a full refund of the tuition fee paid for the course will be made. No further tuition fees will be charged for the course.

    No refund of the materials fee paid will be available unless all issued work books are returned unused and in good condition.

    Withdrawal after four (4) weeks of the course commencement date
    If a student withdraws after four (4) weeks of the course commencement date, a refund will not be provided for any fees paid, however no further remaining tuition fees will be charged.

    No refund of the materials fee paid will be available.

    A refund of all or part of the fee or concession fee may be given in the following exceptional circumstances:

    • you enrolled in a course that has been cancelled by the RTO
    • you enrol in a course only to repeat a failed unit/module but are then granted a pass in that unit/module by an Assessment Review Committee
    • you formally advise the RTO, before classes commence and with no attendance or participation in training, that you are withdrawing from the course
    • the RTO delegate is of the opinion that you would be unreasonably disadvantaged if you were not granted a refund, for example if you meet with a serious misadventure and you were unable to continue your enrolment

    A refund may also be given in other appropriate circumstances, such as:

    • Extended hospitalisation or illness (2 weeks minimum) supported by a medical certificate and resulting in extended absence from classes. In this case a refund for the remainder of the course may be given

    WHEN A REFUND IS NOT GIVEN
    Circumstances not usually regarded as grounds for a refund include:

    • job change
    • change in work hours
    • inconvenience of travel to college
    • moving interstate
    • redundancy/retrenchment

    To discuss enrolling in a course; or if you have any questions regarding

    • eligibility for Government funding
    • fees you may have to pay
    • concession entitlement
    • or a fee refund

    Please contact the SportsReady Education Student Administration team on (03) 8413 3528 or email
    [email protected]

    ELIGIBILITY FOR GOVERNMENT SUBSIDISED TRAINING
    A Training WA program, Future Skills WA is funded by the West Australian Department of Training and Workforce Development.

    ELIGIBILITY
    Unless otherwise specified, the following enrolment categories will not be funded:

    1. Persons whose primary place of residence is not in Western Australia, with the exception of Apprentices who have:
      • a training contract registered in Western Australia; and
      • a Western Australian workplace address; and
      • the training is undertaken in Western Australia, if available.
    2. Residents of Christmas Island or Cocos Island;
    3. Persons who are neither Australian citizens nor permanent residents of Australia unless they are holders of approved temporary visa subclasses, or spouses or dependents that accompany 457 visa holders.
    4. Prisoners;
    5. Secondary school students;
    6. Persons under 15 years of age;
    7. Persons under 18 years of age in the year of enrolment unless under a DoE Notice of Arrangement (NoA) (Full Time) or exempted from the School Education Act 1999. This does not include students undertaking a school based program such as an Apprenticeship, Traineeship, Pre-apprenticeship or Aboriginal School Based Training (ASBT) students
    8. Enrolments in training programs that are not accredited or which fall outside of the Service Provider’ s scope of registration;
    9. Enrolments in units of competence (UoCs) for which the payment for the reported outcome is shown within the payment ratio table, Service Payment as 0%;
    10. Students who do not meet the eligibility criteria for the target group(s) specified in these Business Rules;
    11. Students that do not have a valid USI;
    12. Students who do not commence Training within the student commencing start and end dates as defined in the CPS ; and
    13. Individuals recruited by a third party on behalf of the Service Provider for a fee.

    Interstate trainees may be eligible for publicly funded training, please refer to the VET Fees and Charges Policy 2019 for eligibility requirements.

    If you are not eligible for a Government subsidised course, you may be able to enrol as a Fee for Service student. Please see the Western Australian Fee Structure for Fee for Service courses section of the website for indicative fees.