On July 1 2015, Skills for All funding was replaced by WorkReady. Current students who originally accessed funding under Skills for All are now funded under WorkReady.
As with Skills for All, WorkReady funding requires regular resulting and completion by the nominated due date in order to retain funding. We will endeavour to contact you if your funded training account is at risk due to no or low resulting activity however, strongly encourage students to contact us with any concerns. Whilst we will do everything we can to assist you to retain your funding ultimately it is up to you to keep up with your assignment and assessments and complete on time.
If you have any concerns regarding this please contact us on 08 8351 9888 or you can email us to either :
- The Time Quality and Compliance department
- The National Quality and Compliance Manager
Time Education & Training (RTO 40058) is an approved WorkReady provider and deliver a range of subsidised programs. Whilst we do advertise these opportunities as they become available you can also access subsidy and eligibility information from the WorkReady website.
To find out more about WorkReady or to check your eligibility please visit the WorkReady website
The Future Skills WA initiative is a new way of funding training. Future Skills WA guarantees training will be subsidised in state priority courses for eligible students where a training place is available.
Future skills provides training subsidy to eligible participants enrolling into funded programs. Students are required to make a contribution which is set by the Western Australia’s Fees and Charges Policy each year.
For programs available under a contract of training it is important to note that only some qualifications are available for existing workers. Most are available only to new workers who have been employed recently employed.
- Primary place of residence must be in Western Australia (excluding Christmas and Cocos Island)
- Be an Australian Citizen or Permanent Resident (holders of temporary visa subclasses, or spouses or dependants that accompany the 457 visa holders may be eligible)
- Must not be prisoner
- Must not be a secondary school student
- Be over the age of 15 (if under 18 the student must be under a Notice Of Arrangement with the WA Department of Education)
Current programs and indicative student fees
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”. Concessional discounts are available for eligible participants
|Qualification||Indicative Student Fee|
|Certificate IV in Customer Contact||$1745.00|
|Diploma of Management||$2381.40|
|Certificate IV in Competitive Systems and Practices||$1514.10|
|Diploma of Competitive Systems and Practices||$6180.30|
|Certificate III in Warehousing Operations||$1776.75|
|Certificate IV in Warehousing Operations||$2209.35|
|Certificate III in Logistics||$937.00|
|Certificate III in Driving operations||$1962.15|
|* Diploma of Logistics||$4762.80|
|* Diploma of Human Resource Management||$3061.80|
* Existing workers may be eligible for funding
- Subsidised training in Western Australia please visit http://www.dtwd.wa.gov.au
- Traineeships and Apprenticeships in Western Australia please visit the Apprenticeship Office website
For more detailed information including regarding our programs in WA please contact
Senior Executive Officer - Client and Training Services
Funded by the Queensland Government
In Queensland TIME is a Pre-Qualified Supplier and is able to offer some programs that are subsidised as part of the government’s Annual VET /Investment plan. Currently we can offer Certificate III and IV in Community Pharmacy.
The Certificate 3 Guarantee provides a government subsidy to allow eligible Queenslanders to obtain their first post-school certificate III level qualification.
The program is open to any Queensland resident aged 15 years or over who are no longer at school (with the exception of VET in Schools students) and is an Australian or New Zealand citizen or Australian permanent resident (including humanitarian entrants), or a temporary resident with the necessary visa and work permits on the pathway to permanent residency. Prospective students must not have or be enrolled in a certificate III level or higher qualification, not including qualifications completed at school and foundations skills training.
For more information please download a copy of the approved student fact sheet
User Choice (apprenticeship and traineeship funding)
The User Choice program provides public funding for the delivery of accredited, entry level training to apprentices and trainees.
For more information including eligibility please visit the User Choice documents website
Higher Level Skills
The Higher Level Skills program provides a government subsidy to help individuals gain the higher level skills and qualifications required to secure employment or career advancement in a priority industry.
For more information regarding QLD subsidised programs through times including student fees, please contact Sylvia Marshall-Day on 0450 076 759 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org