Are you a school leaver, young person or a job seeker looking to gain skills for in demand jobs?
JobTrainer is a jointly funded initiative of the Australian and state and territory government. Course funded under this program will allow school leavers, young people or job seekers to gain skills for jobs that are in demand through subsidised training, and therefore provide skills that Queensland needs for effective recovery from the pandemic.
Studying a course with Queensland International Institute will give you the skills and knowledge that are highly sought by employers right now!
JobTrainer Funded Courses
- CHC33015 Certificate III in Individual Support
- CHC30113 Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care
- CHC50113 Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care
To be eligible to enrol in a training place funded under JobTrainer, prospective students must:
- permanently reside in Queensland; and
- be an Australian citizen, Australian permanent resident (includes humanitarian entrant), temporary resident with the necessary visa and work permits on the pathway to permanent residency, or a New Zealand citizen; and
- have finished school or no longer be at school (including home schooled); and
- not already be enrolled in training (includes VET and higher education courses); and
- not have previously completed a qualification funded under the JobTrainer Fund; and
- either be a job seeker or a school leaver or young person*
*Job seeker - an individual aged 15 years or older who is out of work or receiving income support payments.
School leaver or young person - an individual who is aged 17 to 24 years, regardless of employment status.
As a condition of your enrolment, you will be required to complete a student training and employment survey within three months of finishing or discontinuing your training.
Additional information on the JobTrainer Program can be found by viewing the Queensland Government JobTrainer Student Factsheet.
For full course related Policies and Procedures, including College Refund Policy, please view here.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is JobTrainer?
JobTrainer is an initiative of the Australian Government as part of its economic response to COVID-19. The Australian Government has partnered with state and territory governments, including the Queensland Government to provide free or low-fee training courses through its JobTrainer Fund, supporting job seekers and young people to gain new skills for jobs in demand and helping Queensland recover.
What does it cost to complete a qualification?
- Courses supported by JobTrainer will either be offered to eligible students fee-free or at a low cost.
- Lower level qualifications (up to a Certificate III level) will be fully funded by the Queensland Government, with eligible students required to pay no fee.
- Higher level qualifications (Certificate IV and higher) will be funded at higher concessional subsidies, with eligible students required to pay a co-contribution fee of AUD$56, and concessional students required to pay a co-contribution fee of AUD$28.
Can I enrol in more than one qualification?
Students may only complete one qualification funded under JobTrainer. Students cannot be enrolled in more than one qualification at a time. Students completing a full qualification under JobTrainer will not be eligible for further qualifications.
Prospective students who have previously completed a qualification are still eligible to enrol in a subsidised training place as JobTrainer offers people a chance to retrain and gain new skills and qualifications.
What if I am not eligible for JobTrainer courses?
If you are not eligible for the Job Trainer courses, you may be eligible for other programs that have been subsidised by the Queensland Government, such as the Certificate 3 Guarantee and Higher Level Skills Program.
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