Training providers may charge three types of fees:
- course fees;
- resource fees (for training materials, internet charges); and
- other fees (for example parking and security passes).
All training providers of Future Skills WA training will charge the same course fees per hour, set out in the Course fees rates page. However, overall course fees may differ between training providers depending on the course content. Training providers may also charge different resource and other fees.
Students should contact their training provider for further information on fees.
A number of options are also available to help eligible students meet the cost of their course fees. These include fee caps, concession rates and access to the VET FEE-HELP student loan scheme. Your training provider can help you work out if you are eligible for any of these options.
The Department's VET Fees and Charges Policy 2016 provides information on all of the conditions and eligibility criteria for government subsidised training, including concession and fee cap information. It also includes the schedule of student course fees and charges.