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Subsidised Training and Qualifications

Government subsidised training means that, if you are eligible and there is a subsidised place available, the government will pay a part of the student fee on your behalf, with you paying the balance. There are some courses which are fully subsidised (no cost to you), including fee-free apprenticeships.

Browse through the below list of NSW Government subsidised courses offered at TAFE NSW, to find one that can help you to be whatever you want to be.

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Gabby's ATAR dream came true with TAFE NSW

“There are only eight people in my class and the teachers are just amazing. They’re like mentors and very one-on-one with their teaching. You’re treated like an adult and you’re in charge of your own learning.”

— Gabby Andrews studied a Certificate IV in Tertiary Preparation, and will now graduate with the equivalent of an ATAR and her Year 12 qualification in one year instead of two.

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Smart and Skilled Subsidised Training - Courses and Qualifications

Fully subsidised training applies to students who meet the access and eligibility criteria to enrol into these qualifications. Only those who meet the Smart and Skilled requirements for enrolment will incur no student fees, however there may be additional costs related to enrolment.

For more information on how the NSW Government is funding Smart and Skilled qualifications and eligibility criteria, visit the Smart and Skilled Fees and Subsidies page.

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Additional subsidised qualifications and courses

As New South Wales' public provider, TAFE NSW provides training and services for specific groups to meet government priorities. Courses for 2020 enrolments are displayed in the table below.

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