Course Fee Information

Australian Workplace Training offers a range of Nationally Accredited Qualifications.

Details of our course fees and fee policies can be found below.
For information regarding the course fees for Subsidised Training please visit our Subsidised Training page.
If you have any queries regarding our fees or fee policies please don’t hesitate to contact us.

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Course Fee Table
Details of our current course fees can be found below. Information can also be found on the information page for each qualification.

Community Services courses – Fee for Service course costs:

Code Qualification

Cost

Course Deposit Amount

Payment Plan
Instalment Amount

CHC22015 Certificate II in Community Services

$1,836

$500

$200

CHC30113 Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care

$4,086

$500

$250

CHC32015 Certificate III in Community Services

$2,886

$500

$250

CHC33015 Certificate III in Individual Support (Ageing)

$3,111

$500

$250

CHC33015 Certificate III in Individual Support (Disability)

$3,261

$500

$250

CHC33015 Certificate III in Individual Support (Ageing, Home and Community)

$3,261

$500

$250

CHC43015 Certificate IV in Aging Support

$5,286

$500

$300

CHC40113 Certificate IV in School Age Education and Care

$5,261

$500

$300

CHC43115 Certificate IV in Disability

$4,186

$500

$300

CHC40413 Certificate IV in Youth Work

$4,986

$500

$300

CHC43315 Certificate IV in Mental Health

$4,161

$500

$300

CHC40513 Certificate IV in Youth Justice

$4,161

$500

$300

CHC43415 Certificate IV in Leisure and Health

$5,011

$500

$300

CHC50113 Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care

$9,136

$500

$350

CHC50513 Diploma of Youth Justice

$4,586

$500

$350

CHC52015 Diploma of Community Services

$5,236

$500

$350

 

Transport and Logistics courses – Fee for Service course costs:

Code Qualification

Cost

Course Deposit Amount

Payment Plan
Instalment Amount

TLI11215 Certificate I in Warehousing Operations

$2,000

$500

$200

TLI11315 Certificate I in Logistics

$1,400

$500

$200

TLI20119 Certificate II in Logistics

$2,200

$500

$200

TLI20419 Certificate II in Warehousing Operations

$3,345

$500

$200

TLI21216 Certificate II in Driving Operations

$4,290

$500

$200

TLI31216 Certificate III in Driving Operations

$4,690

$500

$250

TLI30319 Certificate III in Supply Chain Operations

$3,270

$500

$250

TLI40619 Certificate IV in Warehousing Operations

$5,845

$500

$300

TLI40319 Certificate IV in Logistics

4,125

$500

$300

TLI10115 Certificate I in Transport and Logistics (Pathways)

Price on application

Business Services courses – Fee for Service course costs:

Code Qualification

Cost

Course Deposit Amount

Payment Plan
Instalment Amount

BSB10115 Certificate I in Business

$1,200

$500

$200

BSB20115 Certificate II in Business

$2,400

$500

$200

BSB30115 Certificate III in Business

$2,700

$500

$250

BSB30415 Certificate III in Business Administration

$2,925

$500

$250

BSB30915 Certificate III in Business Administration (Education)

#2,925

$500

$250

BSB40215 Certificate IV in Business

$2,750

$500

$300

BSB40515 Certificate IV in Business Administration

$2,750

$500

$300

BSB41419 Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety

$2,750

$500

$300

BSB42618 Certificate IV in New Small Business

$2,750

$500

$300

Foundation Skills courses – Fee for Service course costs:

Code Qualification

No. of Units

Course Fee

Payment Plan
Cost per Unit

FSK10213 Certificate I in Skills for Vocational Pathways

11

Price on application

Price on application

FSK20113 Certificate II in Skills for Work and Vocational Pathways

14

Price on application

Price on application

 

Other / Incidental Costs

In some courses, there will be incidental charges for optional items like work placement uniforms, police clearances and anything which becomes the property of the student.
The student generally pays for these items.

Work Placement Uniform:
Students completing a work placement are asked to purchase a work placement t-shirt and badge.
We ask that this uniform is worn for the duration of the work placement.

Clearances:
Students completing a course from the Community Services package will need to acquire a clearance prior to attending their placement.
Students who will be working with children are required to obtain a Working With Children Check (WWCC) from DHS.
Student’s who will not be working with children’s will need a screening check for one or more of the client types they will work with on placement (and future employment in industry).

To be eligible for the student concession fee offered by DHS, AWT will need to commence the application process for the student. Application forms are available from our Elizabeth office.
Current costs can be found online at the following web address:
DHS Screening Checks and costs – https://screening.sa.gov.au/

Replacement Units/Workbooks:
If during your course you require a replacement workbook or unit one can be purchased for an additional fee.
This may be the case if the student loses their workbook, or it becomes ruined/damaged.
A replacement unit fee may also apply when a student changes from one study mode to another and would like an already issued unit re-issued in the new study mode.

Replacement Certificate/Parchment:
If one or more of your certificates are lost, stolen or damaged, and you would like a new one you will nee to provide a statutory declaration stating what happened to your certificate and you will be changed the replacement certificate fee (per certificate)

Academic Transcripts:
Students wishing to have an Academic Transcript created for them listing their current results for each unit of competency can do so and will be charged the Academic Transcript fee. This fee will need to be paid when submitting the request for an Academic Transcript.

Student Letters:
If a student requires a letter for their own records or their employer, Centrelink or other party this can be arranged.
Students wishing to purchase a letter will be changed the an admin fee upon application for a student letter
(These letters are in addition to the confirmation of enrolment letter students are provided at the end of their enrolment process)

Postage of Certificates:
If you would like a certificate posted out to you this can be arranged and you will be charged the postage fee (*surface mail only).
Express and registered post is available and the cost for this is determined by the size/weight of the items to be posted).

Postage of other items:
If student would like workbooks or other items posted out to them rather than collecting from our site/s this can be arranged.
Items posted will be charged according to the type of postage requested (parcel/express post) and the weight/dimensions of the items.

Incidental Fee Summary
Work placement T-shirt: $30.00 each
Work placement Badge: $6.00 each
Replacement Units: $25 per unit/workbook
Replacement Certificate/Parchment: $50 per certificate
Academic Transcripts: $50.00 per transcript
Student Letters: $20.00 per letter
Postage of Certificate: $10 each *(surface mail)
Postage of other items: Postage determined on weight of items to be posted

Recognition of Prior Learning and Credit Transfer

Australian Workplace Training offers recognition of prior learning (RPL) status and credit transfer (CT) status for all students.
RPL is the recognition of a person’s current skills and knowledge acquired through prior learning from other training, work or life experience.
Once you have enrolled in a course students should identify the unit(s) they would like recognition for and request an RPL or CT application form.

Students must provide evidence of relevant competencies to satisfy the assessment guidelines and range of evidence required under the training package.
This may be by a portfolio of their work and/or experience.

Students may be asked to answer questions or participate in discussions with a trainer or a panel of trainers to ascertain under pinning knowledge to the standards required under the training package.

Australian Workplace Training recognises all qualifications and statements of attainment of units issued by other Registered Training Organisations.
This recognition will be given on evidence of Certificates and Statements of Attainments.

Direct credit transfer is given on unit codes that match the unit applied for, original copies will need to be sighted by a trainer and a copy to be put on file.
No CT will be given to any units that are more than seven (7) years old.
If a CT for a First Aid certificate is applied for, a copy of a current Apply First Aid Certificate is required.

Once the application, evidence and payment are received you will receive notification of the outcome within two weeks.
A non-refundable $75.00 fee per unit will be incurred to initiate the RPL process. If the application is unsuccessful, the full cost will incur.
Appeals can be made through the grievance mechanism, as outlined in the student handbook.

 

Costs

Fee for Service

Credit Transfer

Cost per unit

$25.00

Recognition of Prior Learning

Cost per unit

 

Certificate I Qualifications: $175 per unit
Certificate II Qualifications: $175 per unit
Certificate III Qualifications: $200 per unit
Certificate IV Qualifications: $250 per unit
Diploma Qualifications: $300 per unit

Please note: when RPL or CT is granted for a unit the unit fee is replaced by the RPL/CT fee for that unit.

Course Payments

Full Qualifications (Fee for Service):

The refund policy will be issued to students as part of the enrolment process information exchange when potential students enquire about courses.
A payment schedule can be arranged between the students and AWT after the deposit is paid.

Payments:

  • A deposit of $100.00 will be charged on enrolment (non-refundable).
  • Internal students are required to pay an deposit of $500 to secure a place in the classroom and is payable at enrolment.
  • Students paying by instalment will need to complete a Payment Plan form prior to commencing the course.
  • External students paying their course fees via a payment plan are required to pay a deposit upon enrolment and an instalment payment for each unit/item as they are collected.
  • Payments in advance after the course commencement will be accepted by AWT to a maximum of no more than $1,500 in advance at any one time.
  • Final payment of all fees must be paid by the completion of the course.
  • No certificates will be issued until all fees are paid.
  • No extracts / copies of certificates / statements of attainment or letters of completion will be issued until all fees are paid.
  • Any changes to your enrolment must be advised in writing to your trainer.
    You will still be responsible for outstanding fees and any additional charges as a result of your change.
  • Complaint/disputes over course fees are to be dealt with through AWT’s grievance policy and procedure as outlined in the student handbook.
  • AWT does not accept any personal cheques.

Refunds:
Students who withdraw from courses could be eligible for a refund by applying in writing to AWT and completing the refund request form.
A refund will be considered if all of the following conditions are met:

  • A request to cancel enrolment in the program is submitted within five (5) days of the enrolment date, and
  • The enrolled user has not commenced the program. ie: has not partly of fully commenced any education within the program.

The payment of refunds will incorporate the following principles:

  • Students withdrawing prior to a course commencing and prior to any administrative processes commencing are eligible for a full refund.
  • Students who withdraw prior to a course commencing and after administrative processes have begun are eligible for a full refund less the $100.00 deposit.
  • Students who withdraw after course commencement will be eligible for a refund of all fees paid in advance for undelivered training (NO UNITS GIVEN), except commenced and given units costs AND the $100.00 deposit.
  • Students withdrawing will not be offered a refund after 3 months of enrolment.
  • All refunds requests will be processed within 14 days.
  • The method of reimbursement will be by Electronic Funds Transfer, unless requested in writing by the student and approved by the CEO/Director of Studies.
  • In the event that AWT is unable to fulfil its contract with a client that is in circumstances out of AWT’s control, AWT will refund the client the proportion of fees paid by the client of the services that were not received.
  • Complaint/disputes about refunds are to be through AWT’s grievance policy and procedure as outline in the student handbook.
  • An administration charge of $100.00 applies to all refunds.

The above course payment and refund information relates to students enrolled on a Fee for Service basis.
Students enrolled into a Subsidised Training course should refer the the information found on the Subsidised Training information page.

 

Short Courses

The refund policy will be issued to students as part of the booking process information exchange when potential students enquire about courses.
This information will be sent out as an email/letter or a hard copy provided in person.

Payments:
The short course fee must be paid in advance, and where applicable, students will be asked to attend AWT’s office to complete the booking and pay the course fees.
For students not attending the office, a credit card payment can be made over the phone or electronic funds transfers can be accepted as payment.
Until payment is made and received only a tentative booking is entered. Once full payment is made the booking is complete and pre-course learning material (if applicable) will be issued or posted to the student (additional postage fees apply).

Please note:
Due to limited places on short courses, tentative bookings can lapse if the booking is not completed within 48 hours
There will be an additional cost for posting out pre-course learning material.

Refunds for Cancellations:
Participants who withdraw from the course may be eligible for a refund provided the refund rules are met.
These rules are:
– A request to cancel the course booking is received at least two (2) business days (48 hours) prior to course commencement
– The participant has not commenced the program, (i.e. has not partly/fully completed any part of the program)
– No refunds will be given to participants who fail to attend for their booked training (i.e. no show)

The refund, if granted, will also be less an administration fee which is as follows:

Administration fees:

$100.00
 HLTAID004 Provide an Emergency First Aid Response in an Education and Care setting
 TLILIC0003 Licence to operate a forklift truck High Risk Work Forklift (LF) Licence (full and re sit)
 TLILIC0003 Licence to operate an order picking forklift truck High Risk Work (LO) Licence (full and re sit)
 TLILIC0001 Licence to transport dangerous goods by road (Bulk Dangerous Goods Licence Course)

$50.00
 HLTAID003 Provide First Aid
 TLID2010 Operate a Forklift (VOC – Verification of Competency for High Risk Work Forklift (LF) Licence)
 MH – Manual Handling for Direct Care Work (full course)

$40.00
 HLTAID003 Provide First Aid (refresher course)
MHR – Manual Handling for Direct Care Work (refresher course)

$20.00
 HLTAID001 Provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR)

Note: – The administration fee for cancellations or non-attendance can be waived for medical or compassionate conditions if AWT is informed prior to the course with evidence and the student rebooks to the next available course.

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