This course is for Apprentices/Trainees, and Non-Apprentices with relevant industry experience in the Outdoor Power Equipment Industry. Are you a Registered Apprentice or Trainee? As a Registered Apprentice you will be eligible for Government subsidised training. A short time after commencing with your employer an Australian Apprentice Centre Representative will visit your workplace and together with your employer assist in completing your application. You and your employer will enter into a formal Training Contract that sets out the rights, responsibilites and obligation of both parties for the period of the contract. The contract is then registered with Training Services NSW. You will receive a letter confirming that you are now a registered apprentice. Ask your employer for a signed copy for you to keep for your records.
You need to bring your receipt as proof of payment as you will be asked to show your receipt when you apply for your TAFEcard and library membership. To be eligible for a Smart and Skilled student fee students must: be an Australian Citizen, or permanent resident, or humanitarian visa holder, or New Zealand citizen; and be 15 years or older; and live or work in NSW; and no longer be at school.
The Smart and Skilled website: training.nsw.gov.au/smart and skilled has further information on Smart and Skilled, including eligibility requirements.
Fees and charges:
The cost of your course is listed on our website on the information page of your selected course. Some courses may have additional charges which help cover the cost of practical sessions, consumables and basic tools related to your study. These changes will also be listed on the course page of your selected course.
Different fee structures apply for some courses, or for some students. Go to our websites for further information relating to:
apprentices and trainees, the TAFE NSW Concession fee, exemptions from the TAFE NSW fee, non NSW residents and temporary Visa Holder.
To ensure you leave us with the most up to date qualification...
If during or after your enrolment, the course in which you are enrolled is updated in line with national industry standards, the Institute reserves the right to transition you into an alternate course. If this becomes necessary, the Institute will advise you of the change and the arrangements which will be available for you to complete your alternate course.