Students are eligible for concession if, when enrolling into an eligible government-funded course, they hold a current:
Prisoners in South Australian correctional institutions also receive a concession.
A concession card must be presented at time of enrolment. If you are not in possession of a vaild concession card at the time of enrolment, you will be obliged to pay the full fee rate.
If you are unsure of your eligibility, you can contact Centrelink before your enrolment on 131 021.
Many low-income earners are eligible to apply for a Low Income Earner Health Care Card, subject to an assets and means test. Students who think they may be eligible are advised to apply as soon as possible so that a HCC or temporary HCC can be used for a concession.
No concessions apply to *fee-free courses.
A Centrelink Reference Number (CRN) will be required as evidence of unemployment. 'Unemployed' is defined as a person who is looking for work and accessing any of the following benefits:
Guardianship of the Minister
If you are or have ever been under the guardianship of the Minister and aged 16 and over, your fees will be waived for courses where you have met the course entry requirements. You may be required to pay for any incidentals where relevant for specialised courses.
You will need to contact the Department of Further Education, Employment, Science and Technology (DFEEST) to verify your Guardianship status. For information regarding this process please contact the Skills For All Information Line - 1800 506 266.
"Fee-free" applies to course tuition fees only.
In some courses there will be incidental fees for specifics tools, materials, events or uniforms. This can apply to a course at any level.