SA Subsidised Training
AIE Adelaide Campus is approved to provide training services to eligible students under JobTrainer.
JobTrainer is a joint partnership between the Commonwealth and State Government to support low-cost training for more South Australians. It represents a significant investment into training delivery in South Australia that complements existing efforts under Skilling South Australia and partnerships with providers, employers and industry.
JobTrainer provides the opportunity to respond to growing demand, deliver high quality training and provide more choice for school leavers, young people and jobseekers.
Who is Eligible?
The following people will be eligible to access low-fee training through JobTrainer funding:
- not employed; or
- aged between 16 to 24 years and not enrolled in secondary school; or
- hold a Health Care, Pensioner or Veteran Affairs concession card; or
- interested in enrolling in training in aged care, childcare, disability care or digital skills.*
And meet the following criteria:
- an Australian or New Zealand citizen
- a permanent Australian resident, or
- an eligible visa holder For further information to check your eligibility, please see https://www.skills.sa.gov.au/courses-careers/eligibility-explained
For further information to check your eligibility, please see https://www.skills.sa.gov.au/courses-careers/eligibility-explained.
Qualifications that are eligible for JobTrainer funding in SA are:
- ICT50220 - Diploma of Information Technology
- CUA51020 - Diploma of Screen and Media
- CUA51120 – Diploma of Visual Arts
- CUA60620 – Advanced Diploma of Screen and Media
- ICT30120 - Certificate III in Information Technology
- CUA3120 – Certificate III Screen & Media
- CUA30720 – Certificate III in Design Fundamentals
Career courses include:
- Film & Virtual Production
- 3D Animation & VFX for Film
- Game Design & Production
- Game Programming
- Game Art & Animation
Introductory courses include:
You can see the student tuition fees on the individual course page (see the links to courses above). The student tuition fees as published are subject to change given individual circumstances at enrolment.
The funding that is available is not a cash payment made to students, this subsidy will reduce your Tuition Fees with AIE upon successful completion of your studies. The subsidy will not cover all the Tuition Fees, but it will cover a significant proportion of your Tuition Fees. For the fees not covered by the JobTrainer subsidy, you can either apply for a VET Student Loan or a Payment Plan – those looking to apply for a VET Student Loan to cover the remaining fees will still be liable for any additional loan fees as per the VSL guidelines.
Subsidy rates may change from time to time at the Minister’s discretion hence AIE will not be held responsible for unpaid Tuition Fees. For further information in regard to the JobTrainer subsidy and amounts, please contact the Adelaide Campus at email@example.com or on (08) 7325 6300.