Understanding our Fees
Need help understanding our fees? Here's a breakdown.
UNDERSTANDING OUR FEES
Scope of our fees
ALTI’s Fees and Charges Policy 2021, is written in accordance with the Department of Training and Workforce Development Fees and Charges Policy (DTWD). Our Fees and Charges Policy 2021 is only applicable for the year it was created, irrespective of the date of enrolment in the course. As such, our fees are only current for 2021, anything outside this date may incur an additional fee.
As the Lower Fees, Local Skills subsidy has been implemented by the West Australian government, they will determine the length of time the subsidy is active.
What is the Lower Fees, Local Skills program?
Lower Fees, Local Skills is a Skills Ready program created by the West Australian government to help Western Australia’s economy grow and diversify. They have invested in training for skills and jobs that are, or will be, in high demand, by offering a subsidy. ALTI’s accredited certificate courses are available at half price under the Lower Fees, Local Skills subsidy. We have also added new fee-free accredited skill sets to our offerings, in order to encourage more West Australians to upskill in infection control and tasks when delivering care in a COVID-19 environment.
Am I eligible for the Lower Fees, Local Skills subsidy?
If you are a permanent resident or citizen of Western Australia, you are eligible for the Lower Fees, Local Skills courses.
Owners of one of the following visa types are also eligible:
- Visa sub-class 309, 444, 785, 790, 820 or 826
- Secondary holders of a temporary visa of sub-class 457
- Bridging Visa E (subclasses 050 and 051) where the visa holder has made a valid application for a visa of subclass 785 or 790
Why are there different prices for the Lower Fees, Local Skills subsidy? How do I know if I can pay the concession fee?
There are two types of course fees under the Lower Fees, Local Skills subsidy; standard fee and concession fee.
- The standard fee is for students who are eligible for the subsidy, but do not hold a current concession card.
- Concession fee is the cost for students who can provide proof of one of the below items:
- A concession card, issued by the Department of Veterans Affairs
- A health care card
- Persons and dependents of persons in receipt of Austudy or Abstudy
- Persons and dependents of persons in receipt of the Youth Allowance
- Persons and dependents of persons for whom the Commonwealth’s JobKeeper payments are still being received
- Persons and dependents of persons in receipts of Commonwealth support, including; Jobactive, Online Employment services or ParentsNext.
- Persons and dependents of persons who are inmates of a custodial institution
For full details regarding evidence of concession, see our Fees and Charges Policy 2021.
How do fees work for your Traineeships, Priority Industry Training (PIT) and/or other Government funded programs?
To be eligible for these programs/targeted fee relief, you must meet the criteria set by the Western Australian Department of Training and Workforce Development or the relevant Government department.
Please contact our Student Service Team for more information about these programs.
Can I still enrol in the course if I am not eligible for the subsidy or government funded training?
Yes! We offer our courses to all West Australian residents. The cost will vary for each course.
Do I need to pay the resource fee? What is it?
Resource fees are charges for materials that are considered essential to a course or unit of study and which do not form part of the course fee. The resource fees covers materials purchased by the RTO to be consumed or transformed by students during instruction, such as workshop materials and workbooks.