Please check your relevant State funding (under our Funding Tab on our website) options prior to completing the Skills Checkpoint Funding.
The Skills Checkpoint Funding for Older Workers is a Federal Government initiative providing training for eligible Australian residents.
It is designed to help older Australians aged between 45 and 70
- to re-skill or up-skill;
- transition to a new career;
- Gain skills they need to undertake a new role with their current employer;
- Gain skills needed to increase their capacity to perform in their current role
Click on the link below and take the eligibility test.
CHECK YOUR ELIGIBILITY HERE
The following courses are included in the Skills Checkpoint Funding:
- An Australian resident
- 45-70 years of age
In addition, you will need to fit into one (1) of the below categories:
- Not receiving assistance through an Australian Government employment services program
- Unemployed (not longer than 3 consecutive months)
- Currently working and wishing to transition into a new career, reskill, upskill or undertake training to meet the requirements of your new job
- Employed and wish to reskill, upskill or move into a new role with your current employer
- Currently employed but at risk of entering the income support system due to redundancy, reduction of hours or closure of the business
The Federal Government will provide half of the funds for training (up to $2,000) on a relevant accredited qualification. The applicant (or third party i.e. employer) will contribute the remaining half of the course fees on enrolment (no payment plans available)
If the course cost exceeds $4,400 the participant (or third party) would be required to pay the gap.
The course fees are outlined below:
Your Course Contribution:
- HLT37315 Certificate III in Health Administration – You pay $1450 (Government pays $1450)
- BSB30120 Certificate III in Business (Medical Administration) – You pay $950 (Government pays $950)
- HLT47315 Certificate IV in Health Administration – You pay $1725 (Government pays $1750)
- HLT57715 Diploma of Practice Management – You pay $3250 (Government pays $2000)
This fee includes absolutely everything: tuition, training materials and support. This fee may be paid on your behalf by an employer or another third party such as an employer or rehabilitation consultant.
- Our courses are nationally recognised
- Students will be required to complete a Training and Employment survey within three months of completing or discontinuing the course
- All students will be assessed on their Language, Literacy and Numeracy (LLN) prior to course commencement
- Satisfactory course progression is required