Australian College of Health & Management is a Smart and Skilled Training Provider. Smart and skilled is a key part of the NSW vocational education and training system, and this training is being funded by the NSW government.
NSW government have listed the criteria for the eligible students. Click here to find out if you are eligible. Additionally, you can learn more about this program by visiting the Smart and Skilled website
or contacting 02-8872 1561
Smart and Skilled Course Information
Details of our approved qualifications are:
- HLTAID011 PROVIDE FIRST AID
- HLTAID010 PROVIDE BASIC LIFE SUPPORT
- CHC33015 CERTIFICATE III IN INDIVIDUAL SUPPORT (AGEING)
- CHC52015 DIPLOMA OF COMMUNITY SERVICES
- CHC43015 CERTIFICATE IV IN AGEING SUPPORT
- PACKAGE (CHC43015 CERTIFICATE IV IN AGEING SUPPORT + CHC52015 DIPLOMA OF COMMUNITY SERVICES)
The NSW Government offers these qualifications through a number of sponsored programs, including:
- Smart and Skilled Apprenticeships and Traineeships Program
- Smart and Skilled Entitlement Full Qualifications Program
- Smart and Skilled Targeted Priorities Full Qualifications Program
For the most current information regarding these programs, please contact the main office on 02-8872 1561.
(This section helps you check your eligibility for this NSW Government subsidy, but it should only be used as a general guide. Students are advised to complete the Smart & Skilled Eligibility form or contact us directly to discuss their eligibility for the various programs available. They can also determine their eligibility on the Smart and Skilled website.)
In order to be eligible, you must:
- An Australian citizen, an Australian permanent resident, a bearer of a humanitarian visa, or a citizen of New Zealand.
- Be at least 15 years old.
- No longer be at school, and
- Reside or work in New South Wales (or an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander person living in specific NSW border areas).
View the most recent Smart and Skilled student eligibility policy as well as the newly launched eligibility website for students.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students who do not reside in or work in New South Wales but live in certain interstate New South Wales border districts are eligible for government-funded training through the Smart and Skilled program. Contact us for more information.
You can apply to enrol as a self-funded student if you are not qualified for Smart and Skilled support. Please call us at 02-8872 1561 or email us for further information.
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Consumer Protection Information
We ensure that every student, including those who aren't yet enrolled, is aware of their legal rights as consumers and is provided with a straightforward channel for complaint. For more information, please see the documents and websites listed below or contact
our main office:
Support and Assistance for Students
The Australian College of Health & Management provides students with a range of support services, such as training and assessment materials, study tips, help with assignments, and private, confidential counselling for those who find studying challenging.
Smart and Skilled
Phone: 1300 772 104