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Government supported training

Every year HIA offers a number of state and federal government supported courses and qualifications to HIA members who meet certain criteria – putting money back into your pocket.

 

Call HIA Training on 1300 650 620 (during business hours).

NSW Government Funding

Smart and Skilled is a reform of the NSW Vocational Education and Training (VET) system. It's helping people in NSW get the skills they need to find a job and advance their careers.

From 1 January 2015, Smart and Skilled provides eligible students with:

  • An entitlement to government-subsidised training up to and including Certificate III
  • Government funding for higher-level courses (Certificate IV and above) in targeted priority areas.

For further information about Smart and Skilled, go to the Smart and Skilled website.

If you're a prospective student, the Smart and Skilled website tells you everything you need to know about Smart and Skilled before you enrol with your preferred training provider.

 

National Code

Qualification Name

BSB42615

Certificate IV in New Small Business

BSB41415

Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety

CPC40110

Certificate IV in Building and Construction (Building)

CPC50210

Diploma of Building and Construction (Building)

 

Enrolment Process

Step 1 – Eligibility Check and Fee Estimate

To start the application process you are required to complete an enrolment form (this form will help us conduct an initial eligibility check as well as give you an estimate of the contribution fee you may need to pay).

If you are under 18 years of age we will require parental consent before we proceed with lodging your information for an official quote.

Step 2 – Fill out the Enrolment Form

Fill out the remaining sections of your enrolment form; you will need to ensure that you have the following ready to assist with the finalisation of your application:

  • Unique Student Identifier number;
  • Evidence of your citizenship status;
  • Evidence of being a welfare recipient (if applicable);
  • Evidence of disability (if applicable)

You will be required (where relevant) to have copies of your evidence sighted and certified by a person who is on the list of approved witnesses list or an authorised representative from HIA Training Services. Please contact the HIA Training Services office if you need assistance on what evidence to provide.

At the end of the enrolment form you will be required to declare that all information provided is true, correct and not misleading. You will also need to select your preferred payment method (if applicable).

Step 3 – Confirmation of enrolment

We will review your application to ensure you meet the Smart and Skilled requirements. Once we confirm all details are correct we will issue you a confirmation email with an invoice (if applicable) and official notification from State Training Services to pay your student contribution fee.

Step 4 – Paying the student contribution fee

This is the last step to get you on your way with starting your course. You have a variety of options to pay based on who will be covering the cost.

If you are covering your student contribution fee you will be able to select from the following payment options:

  • Payment in full using credit card or direct deposit, or
  • Payment in instalments by direct debit, or
If your employer or employment service provider is covering the student contribution fee we will issue them an invoice direct to cover the cost.

Step 5 – Acceptance into the course

Once we have received payment you will receive confirmation by email that you have been accepted into your course with details on how to start.

 

Consumer Protection

Policies:
Participant Handbook
Participant Complaints and Assessment Appeals

Consumer Protection Contacts:
State Training Services Customer Support Centre
NSW Government
1300 772 104
https://smartandskilled.nsw.gov.au/for-students/consumer-protection-for-students

Helen Colla, National Audit and Compliance Manager
Housing Industry Association Ltd.
03 9280 8200

Victorian Schedule of Fees

Course code and title: CPC40110 - Certificate IV in Building and Construction (Building)

HIA Approx number of enrolled hours per course
850
2017 Government subsidy rate per hour
$11.00
Total 2017 Government contribution towards course $9,350.00
Total HIA member contribution 2017 Government subsidised rate per hour $0.00
Total HIA member contribution 2017 Government subsidised fee $0.00
Total HIA member contribution 2017 Government subsidised concession rate per hour $0.00
Total HIA member contribution 2017 Government subsidised concession fee $0.00
Total 2017 HIA Membership fee required for government subsudised training $725.00
Total HIA member contribution Non-government subsidised fee $3,400.00

Total Non-member of HIA fee

$4,500.00

Course code and title: CPC50210 - Diploma of Building and Construction (Building)

HIA Approx number of enrolled hours per course
1640
2017 Government subsidy rate per hour
$7.00
Total 2017 Government contribution towards course $11,480.00
Total HIA member contribution 2017 Government subsidised rate per hour $0.60
Total HIA member contribution 2017 Government subsidised fee $990.00
Total HIA member contribution 2017 Government subsidised concession rate per hour $0.12
Total HIA member contribution 2017 Government subsidised concession fee $198.00
Total 2017 HIA Membership fee required for government subsudised training $725.00
Total HIA member contribution Non-government subsidised fee $6,900.00

Total Non-member of HIA fee

$8,000.00

The student tuition fees as published are subject to change given individual circumstances at enrolment.

Quality Indicators

These indicators are based on a survey of 1230 students. This sample represents 46 per cent of this organisation’s training delivery in the 2016 calendar year. The students surveyed for these indicators were selected by this organisation in accordance with national guidelines.

QI Summary Report

 

*Eligibility Criteria applies. The funds for eligible individuals is made available by Victorian and Commonwealth Government funding.

HIA Training encourages individuals with disabilities to access government subsidised training.

Check your eligibility