TAFE NSW Fees

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Advice for TAFE NSW students on TAFE NSW Fees and transitioning from 2014 to 2015

From 1 January 2015 the NSW Government will be introducing changes to how student's access government subsidised training in NSW.  These changes are part of the Smart and Skilled reforms of the NSW Vocational Education and Training system.

This means that from 1 January 2015 students enrolling in government subsidised courses will have a new fee structure and be required to meet eligibility arrangements to allow them to access government subsidised training places.

Students enrolling in 2014 and continuing their course in 2015 will be subject to a new fee structure as of 1 January 2015.  This means that students will be required to pay a portion of the new Smart and Skilled course based fee in 2015, if their course is on the NSW Skills List.  If the course is not included on the NSW Skills List, student's will be required to pay a commercial fee (non-government subsidised) to continue their training in 2015.

The Skills List covers all qualification levels Certificate II to Advanced Diploma, selected Foundation Skills courses at Certificate I and II levels, all apprenticeships and selected traineeships.

For more information on the transition arrangements for current and prospective TAFE NSW students.

The Smart and Skilled website has further information on Smart and Skilled, including eligibility requirements.

Financial assistance

You may be entitled to financial assistance - check Financial Assistance.

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