All enrolment fees must be paid in full before you start attending class.
Once your fees have been processed you will be given a receipt and confirmation of enrolment which you must produce in your first training class/session.
You will be asked to leave the class if you have not completed the enrolment process.
The total charge for each accredited program consists of two parts, contribution fees and materials fees. Fees for TAFE Queensland North programs may vary depending upon:
Please be aware that there is a CPI increase at the beginning of each calendar year.
Fee concessions may apply to Government funded programs/subjects for:
Am I eligible for a concession on my fees? How do I obtain it?
Concessional card holder - you are entitled to a concession if you are a cardholder or dependant on a card issued by the Commonwealth Law, or a document issued in an official form under the Commonwealth law confirming entitlement to concessions.
Financial hardship - an application can be made to the Institute after speaking to one of our Student support officers.
ATSI - If you identify as an Australian Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander please indicate where applicable.
When the total amount of tuition, student amenities and material fees payable is greater than $500, students may submit a Time to Pay application while enrolling.
Students who are successful with the Time to Pay application can pay for their course through a series of instalments. The number and frequency of installments will vary on the length of the course (weekly, fortnightly, and monthly options are available).
The first instalment is payable at the time of enrolment.
Where a textbook is used across a number of modules, the full material fee will be included in the first instalment.
Time to Pay will not be approved where students have outstanding fees from a previous enrolment and where students have a history of bad debt or irregular repayment.
Students will be sent a monthly statement of amounts owing. Students with instalments overdue by 60 days or more will be referred to a registered debt collection agency.
Students who withdraw from classes will still be responsible for payment of the remainder of the instalment plan, unless they are eligible for a refund.
Students who wish to apply for cancellation of the balance of their instalment need to make application via an application for refund form. Written notification will be provided if a student is ineligible for cancellation of the balance of their instalment.
Written confirmation or a purchase order from the relevant authority detailing the enrolment must be produced on or before you begin the enrolment process.
If you have outstanding or overdue payments to the institute, you may not be eligible to:
Where TAFE Queensland North cancels a government-funded subject or ACE course before it starts, fees will be refunded in full.
For more information regarding student fees please refer to the TAFE Queensland policy.