​​​​​​Queensland Training Subsidies List

The 2016-17 Queensland Training Subsidies List (PDF, 35KB​) identifies the qualifications that attract a government subsidy under the 2016-17​ Annual VET Investment Plan.

The Queensland Training Subsidies List outlines the subsidies available for delivery of:

  • foundation skills courses and lower-level courses, which are funded to support the Certificate 3 Guarantee qualifications
  • Certificate 3 Guarantee qualifications
  • qualifications available for VET in Schools (VETiS)
  • qualifications available for Year 12 graduate fee-free participation - view the high priority qualifications list (PDF, 117KB​)
  • qualifications within the Higher Level Skills Program (i.e. those qualifications subsidised at the AQF Level IV and higher).

The Queensland Training Subsidies List applies to new students that commence from 1 July 2014.

The department may review the Queensland Training Subsidies List and update the list accordingly.

The most current version of this list will be available from this page. Please ensure you are using and reviewing an up-to-date version to avoid confusion.

The Queensland Training Subsidies List fact sheet (PDF, 195KB​ or DOCX, 420KB​) has more information on the subsidy setting process.

Locations and loadings

  • Queensland Training Subsidies Localities and Location Loadings list 2016-17 (XLSX, 211KB​) - effective 1 July 2016

2016-17 Annual VET Investment Plan - Queensland Training Subsidies List:

2015-16 Annual VET Investment Plan - Queensland Training Subsidies Lists:

User Choice price lists

Access the price lists for the User Choice program (apprenticeship and traineeship funding).

2013-14 Certificate 3 Guarantee

For any Certificate 3 Guarantee student that may have commenced training prior to 1 July 2014, the previous subsidy rate applies as per the funding policy framework.

For information about the previous contestable qualification subsidies please refer to the contestable qualifications (PDF, 292KB​) document.

Related information

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Last updated
25 July 2016