Financial support is available to help you meet the costs of your training. You may also be able to get a
training fee concession or waiver
VET student loans
VET student loans provide financial help if you're studying. The loan program commenced on 1 January 2017, replacing the previous VET FEE‑HELP scheme. They are run by the Commonwealth Government.
To find out if you are eligible, see:
VET Student Loans
Government subsidised training
Government subsidised training is where the Victorian Government contributes towards the cost of your training course.
You can get an indication of whether you qualify by using the checker on the Victorian Skills Gateway website
Or for more information, see:
Get a government subsidy
Help from Centrelink
If you are an adult in study, training or looking for work you may be able to get education and training payments. For more, see: Students and Trainees
If you are a young person who is studying, undertaking training or an apprenticeship, looking for work, or sick, you may be able to get Youth Allowance. For more information, see: Youth Allowance
If you are an Aboriginal student or full-time apprentice, you may apply for: