Statement of Fees — 2018 (TOID 6832)

 

What The Student Pays Government Contribution (How much the Govt. pays)
Tuition Fees Additional Course Fees (as relevant)
Concession (Funded – Skills First Program) Non Concession (Funded – Skills First Program) Fee For Service (FFS) Payment Plan Administration Fee RPL Assessment (Per Unit)
CHC33015
Certificate III in Individual Support (Ageing, Home and Community)
$500
(0.73 per hr)
$2500
($3.65 per hr)
$3,900
(5.69 per hr)
$80 $300 $5,822
HLT33115
Certificate III in Health Services Assistance
$580
($1.00 per hr)
$2900
($5.00 per hr)
$5400
($9.31 per hr)
$80 $300 $5,800
CHC43415
Certificate IV in Leisure & Health
$500
($0.47 per hr)
$2,500
($2.36 per hr)
$5,000
($4.72 per hr)
$80 $235 $7,385
CHC43115
Certificate IV in Disability
$500
($0.54 per hr)
$2,500
($2.69 per hr)
$3,900
($4.19 per hr)
$80 $280 $6,510
CHC62015
Advanced Diploma of Community Sector Management
N/A $2,500
($2.16 per hr)
$6,900
($5.97 per hr)
$80 $540 $6,930
HLTAID003
Provide First Aid
N/A N/A $165 $80 N/A N/A
22301VIC
Certificate I in Transition Education
$0 $0 N/A N/A N/A $14,840
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Unless otherwise stated all courses are ‘current’ as published on the National Register. Student tuition fees as published are subject to change given individual circumstances at enrolment.

Skills First Program Entitlement

To be eligible for a Skills First Program training subsidy you must be an Australian citizen, a holder of a permanent visa or a New Zealand citizen and must be undertaking a higher level course than that already held (exceptions apply). An individual is only eligible to:

    – Commence a maximum of two subsidised courses in a calendar year;
    – Undertake a maximum of two subsidised courses at any one time; and
    – Commence a maximum of two subsidised courses at the same level within the AQF in their lifetime

Accessing your Skills First Program entitlement may impact your future eligibility for further government subsidised training. Individual eligibility for the Skills First Program is assessed by a Course Advisor prior to enrolment. The Skills First Program is delivered with Victorian and Commonwealth Government funding.

Concession Rates
Concession rates apply only to Certificate IV level courses and below. To be eligible for the concession rate you must be eligible for a government subsidised training place and at course commencement, you must hold a current and valid:

– Commonwealth Health Care Card, Pensioner Concession Card or Veteran’s Gold Card Fee for Service

Fee for service rates apply to those applicants who do not meet the Skills First Program eligibility criteria.

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)
Fees are charged on a per unit basis.

Payment Plans
Payment plans are available subject to approval.

Refund Policy
Students who provide EmployEase with written notification of their withdrawal from a course within 4 weeks of their course Start Date as stated in their Training Plan will be eligible to receive a refund.
Refunds are calculated as follows:

    – Written notification received a minimum of 3 working days prior to the Start Date = full refund minus $80
    – Written notification received within 28 days of student Start Date = full Refund minus $1000
    – Written notification received more than 28 days from student Start Date = no refund

Please note – Payment Plans continue after course withdrawal. Students on a payment plan who withdraw from a course within 28 days from student Start Date are eligible for early termination of the payment agreement. Terminations are calculated in accordance with the terms above.

Cancellation of a Course
When a course is canceled by EmployEase prior to commencement all fees paid will be automatically refunded, unless the student chooses to transfer to another EmployEase course. No additional costs will be incurred. Should EmployEase cancel a course after course commencement, every reasonable step will be taken to support students to complete their training with another EmployEase group without financial disadvantage. Discretion may be applied as deemed reasonable by EmployEase. Should EmployEase be advised to transfer continuing students to another RTO, EmployEase would seek guidance from ASQA and would, through established professional networks with ACPET secure training places with reputable RTOs.

Course Outline
EmployEase is responsible for the quality of training and assessment in compliance with the Standards for RTOs 2015. For course specific information including delivery methods, course duration, locations and work placement requirements please refer to the Course Outline. Course Outlines are located in the Information Session Pack and on the EmployEase website at www.employease.com.au

Certificates and Statements of Attainment
EmployEase is responsible for the issuance of AQF certification documentation. Certificate are issued to students who successfully complete all aspects of their training. Certificates and Statements of Attainment are issued within 30 business days of the final competency being recorded. Replacement certificates and Statements of Attainment are available upon request at no additional charge.

Complaints and Appeals
EmployEase Complaints and Appeals Policy and Procedure is available on the EmployEase website
www.employease.com.au

Student Handbook
A copy of the Student Handbook is available on the EmployEase website www.employease.com.au

 

Direct Deposit Details 
Employ-Ease Pty Ltd
ANZ – Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Limited
BSB Number: 015-010
Account Number: 833645372

Reference #: full name of student or quote invoice number