Training Fees

Last Updated: July 1st, 2021


Our fee information is current at the time of publishing and is an indicative cost of our Allied Health Internship on offer to students. Our training is delivered with Victorian and Commonwealth Government funding under Skills First. Students seeking to enrol in Skills First training must meet the Skills First eligibility requirements as set by the Victorian VET Funding Contract.

Note: Student tuition fees as published are subject to change given individual circumstances at the time of enrolment. Students will be provided with an itemised Statement of Fees detailing all costs of services and amenities, materials and tuition prior to course commencement.

To view our current list of Standard Training Fees and Charges detailing all costs that may be incurred throughout your training click here.

Full Fee

$8,947.50
Students ineligible for government-subsidised training
  • MATERIALS
    Student Uniform: $137.50
    Visual Coaching Software: $80
  • STUDENT SERVICES & AMENITIES
    Student Online Portal: $40
    Industry Activities: $190
  • PAYMENT PLAN
    Payment Plan is available
  • LOANS / HELP
    VET Student Loans or HECS-HELP do not apply
CHECK ELIGIBILITY

Funded Place

$637.50
Students eligible for government-subsidised training
  • MATERIALS
    Student Uniform: $137.50
    Visual Coaching Software: $80
  • STUDENT SERVICES & AMENITIES
    Student Online Portal: $40
    Industry Activities: $190
  • PAYMENT PLAN
    Payment Plan is available
  • LOANS / HELP
    This program will not incur a VET Student Loan or HECS-HELP debt
CHECK ELIGIBILITY
  • To be eligible for the Concession tuition fee rate, applicants must first meet the Skills First eligibility criteria and be a holder of a current & valid concession card prior to the commencement of training.
  • Please be aware that enrolling in the training subsidised by the Victorian Government under the Skills First Program may affect your future training options and eligibility for further training under the Skills First program.
  • For more information on government subsidised training use the following link: Skills First Training