NSW Smart and Skilled

Students who live or work in NSW may be eligible for a course fee subsidy from the NSW government under the Smart and Skilled funding program or the NSW Job Trainer Program

Smart and Skilled funding is available to most people living or working in NSW.  You must be aged 15 or older, have left school, live or work in NSW and be an Australian citizen, permanent resident, humanitarian visa holder or New Zealand citizen. The following table gives an estimate of your student fee – you can check this for your situation in the Information for students on the Smart and Skilled website.

Qualification

Student Fees /Funding type

Targeted priorities (first qualification)

Targeted priorities (later qualification)

Concession fee

Exemption

Skilling for Recovery

AHC40116 Certificate IV in Agriculture

$2,770

$3,240

$240

$0

$0

AHC40416 Certificate IV in Horticulture

$2,770

$3,240

$240

$0

-

AHC41019 Certificate IV in Agribusiness

$2,770

$3,240

$240

$0

$0

AHC50116 Diploma of Agriculture

$4,290

$4,820

-

$0

$0

AHC50320 Diploma of Production Horticulture

-

-

-

-

-

AHC51216 Diploma of Community Coordination and Facilitation

$4,290

$4,820

-

$0

-

AHC51419 Diploma of Agribusiness Management

$4,290

$4,820

-

$0

$0

AHC51920 Diploma of Applied Agronomy

-

-

-

-

-

AHC60216 Advanced Diploma of Horticulture

-

-

-

-

-

AHC60319 Advanced Diploma of Agribusiness Management 

$4,590

$5,170

-

$0

$0

 

NSW Smart & Skilled approval is pending for the Diploma of Applied Agronomy and Diploma of Production Horticulture. 

Details of eligibility for concession fees and exemptions are available on the Smart and Skilled website and a copy of the Smart and Skilled Fee Administration policy is available on our website.

Skilling For Recovery offers FEE FREE qualifications for eligible NSW participants. In addition to the above eligibility criteria, a student must also be 17-24 years of age OR unemployed OR at risk of unemployment, contact us for further information.

This training is subsidised by the NSW Government