Subsidised Study for Professional Qualifications
This page specifically discusses accessing Skilled Capital Funding for Qualifications offered by our Centre of Professional Learning and Education (RTO 88148). Please check out other funding options here if this is not applicable to you and if you're interested in a course.
What is Skilled Capital Funding?
Skilled Capital is an ACT Government training initiative, funded by the ACT and Australian Governments. Skilled Capital provides subsidised training in a selection of qualifications from the ACT Skills Needs Lists. Skilled Capital is available to eligible learners wanting to enrol into a nationally recognised qualification. Skilled Capital Funding is subject to available places. All learners must meet eligibility requirements and must pass a Language, Literacy and Numeracy (LLN) assessment before enrolment can be offered.
Not sure Skilled Capital Funding pathway is for you? Find out more about other funding options to gain professional qualifications offered by Communities@Work’s Centre of Professional Learning and Qualification here.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for any questions or concerns or fill out the enquiry form by clicking on the button below.
What courses are available?
Communities@Work’s Centre of Professional Learning and Education is offering three courses under Skilled Capital Funding:
- Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care
- Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care
- Certificate III in Business Administration
Click on the respective course to learn more.
Benefits of Skilled Capital Funding
- Skilled Capital is a training pathway, providing high-quality training in areas of skills needs, and maximising improved employment opportunities.
- It provides candidates with the opportunity to access subsidised training within the ACT.
- The delivery of face-to-face workshops will support students in understanding the skills and knowledge required for their job role in an early childhood environment.
- A cost effective way to study with subsidised training.
- Eligible candidates have the opportunity to develop their skills and work to their maximum potential through an accessible and flexible training sector.
- A financial incentive for students! Pending eligibility, students can receive a completion incentive of up to $300.
Learn More with our Information Webinars
INFORMATIVE WEBINAR: Certificate III in Business Administration
INFORMATIVE WEBINAR: Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care
INFORMATIVE WEBINAR: Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care
Please note: the dates and deadlines mentioned in the webinars are out of date. Please contact CPLE for the latest information on dates & deadlines.
Other Funding Options
Communities@Work’s Centre of Professional Learning and Education (RTO 88148), offers eligible candidates the opportunity to enrol into one of our courses through a User Choice funded traineeship, for new and existing employees. Our traineeships are combined with structured training and paid work, allowing trainees to earn while they learn and receive a nationally recognised qualification.
We also offer a Fee-For-Service arrangement that is not linked to any Government funding or subsidised training. Learners who do not meet eligibility through Government funding arrangements have the opportunity to enrol through FFS arrangements. Where funding is not offered learners, they are liable to pay the full fees for the cost of training. Please refer to our fee policy for charges that can occur. All learners must meet eligibility requirements and must pass a Language, Literacy and Numeracy (LLN) assessment before enrolment can be offered.
Download our Fee Structure here (pdf).