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Government subsidised courses and training

State and territory guide

HIA offers a range of state and federal government supported courses and qualifications. Below you will find the funding information based on each state and territory.

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ACT funding
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Name of state training authority / training body

The ACT Building and Construction Industry Training Fund Authority (TFA)

Course and/or qualifications

  • CPC40120 Certificate IV in Building and Construction.
  • CPC50220 Diploma of Building and Construction (Building).

Residency requirements

  • Must work 80% of their time in the ACT building and construction industry.

Eligibility criteria

An eligible person is any person usually working in or in connection with the building and construction industry in the ACT who is substantially (at least 80%) performing "work liable for the training levy" or is a person deemed as an eligible person on application to the authority.

  • An eligible person can be an employer, employee or an independent contractor.
  • Employees, apprentices, employers, Group Training Organisations (GTOs), industry bodies and associations, and Registered Training Organisations (RTOs) may lodge an application form seeking funding.

The applicant must demonstrate to the satisfaction of the authority that any individual covered by a request for funding of training is an eligible worker. This may require a statutory declaration.

See the TFA website for more information.

Additional details

The ACT Building and Construction Industry Training Fund Authority (TFA) is the statutory body responsible for providing funding for the training of eligible workers in the ACT Building and Construction Industry. The ACT Building and Construction Industry Training Fund Authority (TFA) supports training delivered by HIA for eligible ACT participants. 

If you're eligible for funding, HIA will submit your application to the Training Fund Authority on your behalf. You will be required to pay the gap amount not covered by TFA funding.

The final decision regarding eligibility for ACT funding will be made by the Training Fund Authority and HIA through your application for enrolment process and based on the documentation provided.

HIA acknowledges the support of the Training Fund Authority (TFA) to be able to deliver nationally recognised training to those working 80% of their time in the ACT building and construction industry.

For funding eligibility and conditions, visit TFA or call HIA on 1300 650 620.

ACT Training Fund Authority

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NSW funding
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Name of state training authority / training body

Smart and Skilled

NSW Vocational Education and Training (VET)

Course and/or qualifications

  • BSB41419 Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety.
  • CPC40120 Certificate IV in Building and Construction.
  • CPC50220 Diploma of Building and Construction (Building).

Residency requirements

  • Australian citizen, permanent resident, humanitarian visa holder or New Zealand citizen.

Eligibility criteria

  • Over 15 years of age, no longer at school, live or work in NSW.

Additional details

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.

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 more information, visit Smart and Skilled or call HIA on 1300 650 620.

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NT funding
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Name of state training authority / training body

The Northern Territory Government

User Choice Funding Program

Course and/or qualifications

  • CPC30220 Certificate III in Carpentry.

Residency requirements

  • Be an Australian or New Zealand citizen who has resided in Australia for the last six months and is a Northern Territory resident or persons with Permanent Residency Visa or persons with Temporary Protection Visa.

Eligibility criteria

  • Participate in apprenticeship or traineeship.
  • Be 15 years or older.

Additional details

The Northern Territory Government is committed to building a skilled and competitive workforce to meet the needs of industry and fill job opportunities created by continuing strong economic growth in the Northern Territory.

The User Choice Funding Program allows you and your employer to choose which Registered Training Organisation (RTO) will provide the training and assessment services.

For more information, visit NT User Choice Funding or call HIA on 1300 650 620.

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QLD funding
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Construction Skills Queensland(CSQ)

Construction skills Queensland (CSQ) is an independent, not-for-profit, industry funded body supporting employers, workers, apprentices, trainees and career seekers in the building and construction industry. 

Course and/or qualifications

Higher qualifications
  • CPC40120 Certificate IV in Building & Construction.
  • CPC40320 Certificate IV in Building Project Support.
  • CPC50220 Diploma of Building and Construction (Building).
Short courses
  • HLTAID011 Provide first aid.
  • BSBESB407 Manage finances for new business ventures
  • CPCCBC4024 Resolve business disputes.
  • CPCCBC4004 Identify and produce estimated costs for building and construction projects
  • CPCCBC4003 Select and prepare a construction contract.
  • Asbestos general awareness training (non-accredited) – AGAT.
  • BSBESB402 Establish legal and risk management requirements of small business.
  • SGATF2F - Silica General Awareness.
  • CPCCBC4006 Select, procure and store construction materials for building and construction projects

Residency requirements 

Must be one of the below:

  • Australian or New Zealand Citizen or Permanent Resident.
  • A Visa holder with relevant permission to work.

Eligibility criteria

Higher qualifications
  • An eligible worker: employed in Queensland within the Building & Construction Industry (including relevant clerical, administration & professional staff whose employer is part of the building and construction industry.
  • Self employed.
  • QLeave statement (current statement showing credits within last 4 years).
  • An active apprentice or trainee undertaking an apprenticeship of traineeship as per the CSQ approved listing. Apprentices or trainees must have completed 50% or more of the registered training plan
  • A cancelled apprentice or trainee who was undertaking a CSQ approved apprenticeship or traineeship that has been cancelled having completed 50% or more of the training plan and is currently accessing State Government funding to complete their institution based training.
  • An unemployed eligible worker

AND must not be:

  • An Employee of an Authority (Employees of a Local Councils are acceptable where they are an eligible worker).
  • Currently enrolled and participating in a school program.
  • Contracted as a trainer and assessor or an existing worker of an RTO.
  • Already funded by an Authority or other such source for delivery of the same training being undertaken as part of the relevant program.
  • Participant seeking a verification of competency.
  • Currently enrolled and participating in another CSQ Higher Qualifications of SAGT Program in the same contract year
  • Signed into a traineeship for the same qualification either prior to, or during the contract term, with the exception of the Civil Qualification RII40720
Short course programs

Must be one of the below:

  • Australian or New Zealand Citizen or Permanent Resident.
  • A Visa holder with relevant permission to work.

AND must be one of the below:

  • An eligible worker: employed in Queensland within the Building & Construction Industry.
  • Self employed in the Building & Construction Industry
  • An unemployed eligible worker (unemployed for a period not greater than 4 years who would otherwise meet the requirements of an eligible worker).
  • An active apprentice or trainee, registered in Queensland, undertaking an apprenticeship or traineeship as per the CSQ approved listing.
  • A unemployed cancelled apprentice or trainee who was undertaking a CSQ approved apprenticeship or traineeship.
  • Workcover participants.

AND must not be:

  • An employee of an authority (Employees of a Local Councils are acceptable where they are an eligible worker).
  • Currently enrolled and participating in a school program.
  • Contracted as a trainer and assessor or an existing worker of an RTO.
  • Already funded by an authority or other such source for delivery of the same training being undertaken as part of the relevant program.
  • Participant seeking a verification of competency.

Additional details

Construction Skills Queensland (CSQ)is an independent, not-for-profit, industry funded body supporting employers, workers, apprentices, trainees and career seekers in the building and construction industry.

CSQ provides funding to reduce the financial obstacle to training, making upskilling an affordable option for many more individuals in the construction industry.

CSQ-funded training is delivered by a range of selected registered training organisations (RTOs) across Queensland.

CSQ contributes towards the cost of courses to reduce the cost to participants. CSQ funding is paid directly to the contracted RTO, generally between 75% and 100% of course costs.

Higher qualifications

CSQ, together with HIA provide higher qualification (HLS) courses. These are for when you’re ready to move into a higher-level role in general construction. The program provides nationally accredited qualifications.

Short courses

The Short Courses (SC) program provides existing building and construction workers with training on the associated requirements of licensing and regulatory authorities such as Workplace Health and Safety Queensland, Queensland Building & Construction Commission and National Occupational Licensing.

Funding Limitations

  • Funding is limited to the Maximum Funding Amount. 
  • A Participant is only eligible for a maximum of eight (8) eligible Short Courses in total across the Programs during the Contract Term. The Supplier should refer to and comply with the Evidence Guide in its delivery of the Program. 
  • Funding is only available for the Short Courses identified in Item 6 of Schedule 1. 
  • Funding is not available for any Short Courses: 
    previously completed by a Participant;
    funded by an Authority or such other source. 
  • Funding is not available for a Verification of Competency (or Determination of Competency).

For more info, visit Construction Skills Queensland (CSQ) or contact HIA Training on 1300 650 620.

CSQ provider

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SA funding
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Name of state training authority / training body

South Australian Government Department of Innovation and Skills  

Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) 

Course and/or qualifications

  • CPC40120 Certificate IV in Building and Construction.
  • Workshop Timber Framing Codes.
  • Workshop Roof trusses.
  • Workshop White card.

Residency requirements

WorkReady requirements
  • Work in South Australia.
  • An Australian or New Zealand citizen.
  • A permanent Australian resident.
  • The holder of a state sponsored visa on a pathway to permanent residency (see Eligible visa types).
  • 16 years or over and not enrolled at school.

Eligibility criteria

JobTrainer funding requirements

Your student may be eligible for subsidised training through JobTrainer if:

  • they are not employed and not enrolled in a secondary school
  • they are aged between 16 to 24 years and not enrolled in secondary school
  • they hold a current Commonwealth Government concession card - Health Care, Pensioner or Veteran Affairs concession card.
  • they are prisoners in a South Australian correctional institution.
CITB

To be eligible for a CITB number the student must be:

  • a resident of South Australia
  • employed in the construction industry.

A CITB number allows the student to complete courses that can be CITB funded. A CITB number must be active and current to receive funding. CITB gives the student a set amount ($3000) they can use to undertake courses. If the student has exceeded the amount, they will have to wait until the next financial year to receive more funding. Find out more information regarding CITB numbers and how to apply for one.

State specific requirements

Once registered into the Certificate IV Building & Construction, if the student is WorkReady or JobTrainer funded they have to do the LLN in person at HIA office, which is known as a Core Skills Profile for Adults (CSPA). The CSPA helps identify if the student may require learning support or undertake a pathway course before commencing chosen qualification. Will be done via ZOOM for regional SA (too far away). If a student does not reach the required LLN levels, an independent assessor will recommend further GAP study. The student must complete the recommeded GAP study to be able to access Work Ready or Job Trainer funding.

If the student is CITB funded or non-funded they do are required to do an online LLN through the LLN Robot.

A student must inform HIA of their CITB number upon registration if accessing CITB funding for the Cert IV construction and Building qualification. WORK READY FUNDING is available to students - 16 to 24 years of age OR unemployed.

Additional details

Skilling South Australia initiative

Skilling is a South Australian Government initiative that brings together funding for training, employment and skills activities. Individuals need to meet course entry requirements and verify their eligibility for enrolment before applying for the subsidised training program.

Visit Skills SA for eligibility and subsidy criteria or call HIA on 1300 650 620.

Construction Industry Training Board Funding

Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) provide funding for people currently employed in the building and construction industry to undertake courses at a reduced rate.

Each eligible individual has a CITB card and ID Number, which can be used for a variety of courses which received funding.

NOTE: CITB funding is for SA residents, training in SA only. You must provide your CITB ID number on your enrolment form to obtain the discounted price. If you don’t have a CITB number, you can apply for one online or contact CITB on 08 8172 9500. If you aren’t eligible for CITB funding, contact HIA Training to obtain full course fee information.

You must provide your CITB ID number on your enrolment form to receive the discounted price. Applications for CITB numbers can take up to five days.

Visit Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) for eligibility and subsidy criteria or call HIA on 1300 650 620

CITB

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TAS funding
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Name of state training authority / training body

Skills Tasmania (Department of State Growth Tasmania)

Keystone Tasmania

Course and/or qualifications

  • CPC40120 Certificate in Building and Construction.
  • CPC50220 Diploma of Building and Construction (Building).

Residency requirements

Skills Tasmania

To be eligible to receive training under this program a learner must be a Tasmanian resident aged 15 years or over. 

'Tasmanian resident' includes: 

  • an Australian citizen
  • a permanent resident of Australia living in Tasmania for a minimum period of six (6) months
  • the holder of a permanent Australian visa
  • the holder of a visa under Australia’s Special Humanitarian program including: 
    • Refugee Visa (subclass 200) 
    • Global Special Humanitarian Visa (subclass 202) 
    • Women at Risk Visa (subclass 204) 
    • Protection Visa (class XA) (subclass 866) 
  • the holder of a New Zealand passport who has been resident in Australia for at least six (6) months prior to commencing the program.
Keystone Tasmania 

An eligible company will hold an Australian Business Number (ABN) and be able to provide Keystone with a tax invoice.

Eligibility criteria

Skills Tasmania

As per residency requirements

Keystone Tasmania

An eligible company is one where 90% or more of its work is involved in building and construction work on-site, as defined in Schedule 2 of the Building and Construction Industry Training Fund Act 1990. Employers of companies performing building and construction work but not meeting the 90 per cent requirement may request funding assistance. Approval will depend on the occupation of employees and whether the employees are performing work as defined under Schedule 2 of the Building and Construction Industry Training Fund Act 1990.

Additional details

Skills Tasmania

The Tasmanian Government is committed to providing more jobs for Tasmanians. Training can provide a better career path and improve your life and job opportunities.

The Tasmanian Government helps pay for the cost of training by subsidising a wide range of qualifications. This includes foundation skills, certificate level qualifications, apprenticeships and traineeships, and some diploma level courses.

Training is subsidised by the Department of State Growth, Tasmania, for more information visit Skills TAS or call HIA on 1300 650 620.

Keystone Tasmania Funding

Keystone Tasmania (previously The Tasmanian Building and Construction Industry Training Board (TBCITB), was created to ensure a safer, higher-skilled building and construction workforce. Keystone may offer subsidised training for eligible applicants.

Visit Keystone Tasmania website for eligibility and subsidy criteria or call HIA on 1300 650 620.

 

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VIC funding
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Name of state training authority / training body

Victorian and Commonwealth Government

Skills First

Course and/or qualifications

  • CPC40120 Certificate IV in Building and Construction.
  • CPC50220 Diploma of Building and Construction (Building). 
  • CPC40320 Certificate IV in Building Project Support.

Residency requirements

To be eligible for Skills First subsidised training, an individual must be: 

  • an Australian citizen
  • a holder of a permanent visa or
  • a New Zealand citizen.

Eligibility criteria

  • Enrolling in and commencing training in a program provided by the training provider between the commencement date and 31 December 2023 inclusive.
  • Physically present in the state of Victoria at all times at which they are undertaking the training and assessment. The only exception to this ‘physical presence’ requirement is where a Skills First student is temporarily located interstate or overseas for a defined period for a practical placement associated with their training. During the period the Skills First student is interstate or overseas, they may receive online training and assessment, provided that such online training and assessment only accounts for up to 50% of the total scheduled hours. 
  • Must be a HIA member

In addition to the above an individual is only eligible to:

In a calendar year, a student may only commence a maximum of two

A) Skills First subsidised Skills Sets: and
B) Skills first subsidised programs that are AQF qualifications

The following scenarios are not counted when determining if a student meets these limits:

a) transitioning from a superseded program to the current version of the same program;
b) recommencing training in the same program (at either the same or a different provider);
c) enrolling in an Apprenticeship (not Traineeship) after having participated in one of the programs identified as a ‘Pre-Apprenticeship and Pathway Program’ on the Funded Programs Report; or
d) participation in '22510VIC – Course in Identifying and Responding to Family Violence Risk’.

  • Commence a maximum of two Skills First subsidised programs at any one time.
  • Participation in the '22510VIC – Course in Identifying and Responding to Family Violence Risk’ will not be counted when determining if a student meets this limit.

Additional details

The Victorian and Commonwealth Government offers a range of subsidised courses for eligible Victorian residents. Below you will find the qualifications and current schedule of fees.

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

The Victorian participant program provides nationally accredited qualifications, including:

CPC40120 Certificate IV in Building and Construction
You will need to dedicate approximately 910 hours to this course. Below is a breakdown of the course costs and subsidised amounts.
2023 government subsidy rate per hour $ 11.50
Total 2023 government contribution towards course $ 10,718
Total HIA member contribution 2023 government subsidised rate per hour $ 0.00

Total HIA member contribution 2023 government subsidised fee

$ 0.00
Total HIA member contribution 2023 government subsidised concession rate per hour $ 0.00
Total HIA member contribution 2023 government subsidised concession fee $ 0.00
Total 2023 HIA membership fee required for government subsidised training will vary depending on candidate eligibility
Total HIA member contribution non-government subsidised fee $ 3,900.00
Total non-member HIA fee $ 5,000.00

 

CPC50220 Diploma of Building and Construction (Building)
You will need to dedicate approximately 2250 hours to this course. Below is a breakdown of the course costs and subsidised amounts.
2023 government subsidy rate per hour $ 7.50
Total 2023 government contribution towards course $ 16,125.00
Total HIA member contribution 2023 government subsidised rate per hour $ 0.00
Total HIA member contribution 2023 government subsidised fee $ 0.00
Total HIA member contribution 2023 government subsidised concession rate per hour $ 0.00
Total HIA member contribution 2023 government subsidised concession fee $ 0.00
Total 2023 HIA membership fee required for government subsidised training will vary depending on candidate eligibility
Total HIA member contribution non-government subsidised fee $ 9,700.00
Total non-member HIA fee $ 11,300.00

 

CPC40320 Certificate IV in Building Project Support
You will need to dedicate approximately 750 hours to this course. Below is a breakdown of the course costs and subsidised amounts.
2023 government subsidy rate per hour $ 11.00
Total 2023 government contribution towards course $ 8,250.00
Total HIA member contribution 2023 government subsidised rate per hour $ 0.00
Total HIA member contribution 2023 government subsidised fee $ 0.00
Total HIA member contribution 2023 government subsidised concession rate per hour $ 0.00
Total HIA member contribution 2023 government subsidised concession fee $ 0.00
Total 2023 HIA membership fee required for government subsidised training will vary depending on candidate eligibility
Total HIA member contribution non-government subsidised fee $ 4,900.00
Total non-member HIA fee $ 6,100.00
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WA funding
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Name of state training authority / training body

Western Australian Government Department of Training and Workforce Development 

Future Skills WA 

WA Local Skills

Course and/or qualifications

  • CPC50220 Diploma of Building and Construction (Building).

Residency requirements

WA residents only higher qualifications

Must be one of the below:

  • Australian or New Zealand Citizen or Permanent Resident.
  • A Visa holder with relevant permission to work.

Eligibility criteria

Skills Ready 
  • Have left school.
  • Your primary place of residence is in Western Australia.
  • An Australian citizen.
  • A permanent visa holder or holder of visa subclass 309, 444, 785, 790, 820 or 826.
  • A dependent or spouse of the primary holder of a visa subclass 457.
  • A Bridging Visa E holder (subclasses 050 and 051) and you have made a valid application for a visa.
  • Of subclass 785 or 790.
JobTrainer 
  • Out of work.
  • Receiving an income support payment.
  • Aged 17–24.

Additional details

The Western Australian Government offers a range of subsidised course for eligible WA residents. Below you will find the qualification and current schedule of fees.

CPC50220 Diploma of Building and Construction (Building)
HIA member Future Skills WA ineligible $ 9,700
Non-member Future Skills WA ineligible $ 11,300
Lower fees, local skills eligible students
Fees capped to an annual total for unemployed and concession students and youth (ages 15-24) $ 400
for non-concession students. $ 1,200

Note: The student tuition fees are indicative only and are subject to change given individual circumstances at enrolment. Additional fees may apply such as student service and resource fees.

For more information on the eligibility and subsidy criteria, visit the Jobs and Skills WA website or call HIA on 1300 650 620.

Jobs & Skills WA Jobs & Skills WA - lower fees local skills Jobs & Skills WA - skills ready

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