What are your options if you're not eligible for Smart and Skilled training?

 

You might not be eligible for government-subsidised training under Smart and Skilled. Your preferred course might not be on the NSW Skills List. There may currently be no approved Smart and Skilled provider for the course you want to do.

In these cases, you have other training options for getting the skills you need.


Fee-for-service courses

You have the option of paying commercial fees for training offered as fee-for-service by TAFE NSW, Adult and Community Education (ACE) colleges or private training providers.

Go to the MySkills website or check with your preferred training provider to find out which courses are offered as fee-for-service.

Fee-for-service is also an option for:

  • existing-worker traineeships, which are not eligible for government funding under Smart and Skilled
  • new-entrant traineeships not on the NSW Skills List.

Search for available aprenticeships and traineeships in NSW.


English-language courses

English-language courses for people from non-English speaking backgrounds are not subsidised through Smart and Skilled. These types of courses are offered under the Adult Migrant English Program (AMEP) funded by the Commonwealth Government.

Page last updated: 26 July 2017