To be eligible for a concession fee, a student must:
Fee exemptions MUST be applied for at the time of enrolment at the appropriate Customer Service Centres. If concessions are not claimed at the time of enrolment, full fees will be charged and no adjustments can be made.
Students can now take advantage of the Certificate 3 Guarantee Program, a Queensland Government initiative which reduces the cost of the course to the student. The amount provided is subject to the demand for skilled workers in each industry, and your eligibility.
Year 12 graduates of 2015 can access fee-free training as part of the Queensland Government's Certificate 3 Guarantee Program. The fee-free training is available to Year 12 graduates for training in high priority areas as identified by the Queensland Government and industry groups. The training is available through a range of Certificate III courses as well as traineeships and apprentices.
Fees can be paid by cash, cheque, money-order (payable to TAFE Queensland North), EFTPOS or credit card (Bankcard, Visa or Mastercard). Financial payment plan options called "Time To Pay" plan are also available.
Time to Pay plans: If you have difficulty paying for a course upfront, you may be eligible for a payment plan. Payment plans give you the option to pay on a fortnightly schedule using Direct Debit for three-to-five months.
A Time to Pay application form must be completed before you enrol. Our Customer Service staff are able to help you complete the form over the phone or they can send a digital copy to you via email. Forms are also available from Customer Service Centres.
Students will not be considered to be enrolled unless your application has been approved and the first deposit payment has been made.
Cancellation of enrolment does not necessarily cancel the obligation to make all payments under an existing Payment Plan.
You may be eligible if:
Payment Plans need to be completed at least 30 days prior to the end of your course. Students struggling to meet these requirements can request to speak with a counsellor who may be able to assist. Contact us to find out more.