Answer the questions below to check your eligiblity for NT Training Entitlement Pilot Program.

WHAT IS NORTHERN TERRITORY TRAINING ENTITLEMENT?

The Northern Territory Training Entitlement provides access to a government subsidised vocational education and training place, at a minimum of a Certificate III level qualification, for those Territorians who don’t already have this level of qualification or above.

AM I ELIGIBLE?

  • This program is open to individuals who:
  • live in the Northern Territory
  • are an Australian citizen, permanent resident or hold a visa without work or study restrictions; or are a New Zealand citizen who has lived in Australia for over six months
  • are at least 17 years old and have left school

DO I NEED TO CONTRIBUTE TO THE COST OF TRAINING?

Eligible applicants are not required to contribute to the cost of tuition, however, materials fees of $15 to $18 per unit apply for Distance Education study mode for the courses in Early Childhood Education and Care and for Individual Support (Aged Care).

IF I AM A JOB SEEKER CAN I BE REFERRED TO TRAINING THROUGH MY EMPLOYMENT SERVICE PROVIDER?

Job seekers who are referred to training through Job active providers or other Australian Government service providers as part of their employment pathway, are able to participate in the Northern Territory Training Entitlement pilot program.

Before accessing a training place under the entitlement, job seekers will need to meet the standard eligibility requirements.

Employment service providers will deal directly with registered training organisation (RTOs) to discuss training availability and eligibility for the entitlement.

WHAT COURSES ARE OFFERED BY AUSTRALIAN CAREERS COLLEGE UNDER NORTHERN TERRITORY TRAINING ENTITLEMENT?

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