endota Wellness College delivers training with Victorian and Commonwealth Government funding, under the Skills First program. This funding only applies to eligible Victorian students, and is a subsidy, not a study loan. This means part of your tuition fee will be paid by the Victorian and Commonwealth Government, and unlike a study loan, you don’t need to pay it back.
What does government subsidised mean?
A subsidised course means that the Victorian and Commonwealth Governments will pay a part of the student tuition fee on your behalf – all you need to do is pay the balance, which is less than the overall tuition fee for the qualification.
What courses are offered under Skills First?
Am I eligible?
The endota Wellness College Student Liaison Manager will assess your eligibility. As a guideline, to be eligible for a government-subsidised place, you must meet various eligibility criteria.
To be eligible for Skills First funding you must be:
- an Australian Citizen;
- a holder of a permanent visa; or
- a New Zealand citizen
- a Victorian resident who is physically located in Victoria throughout the duration of your training.
- employed by endota spa as at the commencement date of training.
Additionally, you must not:
- be enrolled in secondary school.
- be employed in the Commonwealth Government’s Skills for Education and Employment program
- currently be enrolled in two or more programs in government-subsidised places at the same time, and
- have started two or more programs in a government subsidised place at the same qualification level.
- already hold a qualification at the same or higher level than the one you are undertaking, if you are over 20 years of age as at 1st January 2018.
Fee concessions are available to eligible students. Our Student Liaison Manager will assess your eligibility.
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