Smart and skilled
Government funded training for NSW residents
endota Wellness College is an approved Smart and Skilled provider. This means eligible students can have their tuition fees subsidised by the NSW Government.
What does government subsidised mean?
A subsidised course means that the NSW Government will pay a part of the student fee on your behalf – all you need to do is pay the balance, which is less than the qualification price.
What courses does eWC offer under Smart and Skilled?
Who is eligible for government subsidised training?
For new students in 2020, you are eligible for government subsidised training under Smart and Skilled if you are:
- an Australian or New Zealand citizen, permanent resident or humanitarian visa holder AND
- aged 15 years or older and no longer at school AND
- living or working in New South Wales.
If you meet these personal eligibility criteria, you will have access to a subsidised training place in all Smart and Skilled courses, regardless of any previous qualifications you may hold. Places may be limited in some higher level courses.
Unique Student Identifier (USI)
All students studying a nationally recognised qualification must have a Unique Student Identifier before enrolling. If you do not already have a USI, go to www.usi.gov.au to create one.
How much will I pay?
Fees for Smart and Skilled courses have been set by the NSW Government and will be the same for all NSW training organisations offering government subsidised courses.
Once you meet the eligibility requirements for a subsidised fee, how much you will actually pay depends on:
- which course you choose
- your previous post-school qualifications
- if you are an apprentice or trainee
- if you are eligible for a concession or exemption (see below)
- if you are eligible for Recognition of Prior Learning or credit transfer
To estimate your fee and check your eligibility, click here or contact a eWC course advisor today.
Find out more about Smart & Skilled
If you want to know more about Smart and Skilled you can visit the Smart and Skilled website. The website has information for students on:
- Find a Course
- How much will your course cost?
- Check your eligibility
- Smart & Skilled Fee Free Scholarships
- How to enrol
During your interview, we’ll work with you to find your best study option. Once we’ve done this, we’ll start the enrolment process. This will include endota Wellness College obtaining consent from you to use your information, including personal information, for the purpose of creating a Notification of Enrolment via the NSW Department’s portal.
This consent is obtained through the completion of the eWC enrolment application form and your student eligibility assessment. The Notification of enrolment is also confirmation of how much funding you will receive from Smart and Skilled. The information gathered during the enrolment process, as well as training activity related information, will be reported to the department and the National Centre for Vocational Education Research Ltd.
If you need any further information, including information about course deferral, please contact our Student Liaison Officer for more information at email@example.com or call 1800 endota.