In 2018 CTPM Australasia Pty Ltd (National RTO Code: 91301) was offered and accepted a Smart and Skilled 2018-2019 Contract to be an approved training provider for the NSW Department of Industry to deliver the Smart and Skilled Targeted Priorities Prevocational and Part Qualification Program.
About the Program
Approved Smart and Skilled training providers are contracted to deliver government-subsidised courses, this training is subsidised by the NSW Government.
Smart and Skilled provides eligible students with:
- an entitlement to government-subsidised training up to and including Certificate III; and
- government funding for higher-level courses (Certificate IV and above) in targeted priority areas.
For up-to-date information on the Smart and Skilled program Employers and Students can go to the Smart and Skilled website, and they can use the Course Finder to check their eligibility, find the right Smart and Skilled course, and estimate their student fee.
To find out about CTPM's approach to the Smart and Skilled program, view and download our brochure and delivery guide below.
Funding & Fees
The Smart and Skilled funded program is set-up so that all eligible students (subject to criteria found on the Smart and Skilled website) enrolling in a full qualification must incur a student fee for undertaking a course. However, under the Smart and Skilled Targeted Priorities Prevocational and Part Qualification Program (enrolment in a single unit of competency), no fee will be charged for the student training. However, additional fees may be charged to the employer for training outside of the nationally recognised qualification training scope.
Any additional fees will be charged to the student’s employer as per the structure agreed to in the direct negotiations between CTPM and the student’s employer.
Notification of Enrolment Process
As a provider under a Smart and Skilled contract, CTPM adheres to the eligibility criteria for students, and must only carry out notifications of enrolment via the Portal in accordance with the Notification of Enrolment Process. This process is carried out simultaneously with CTPM's own enrolment process as detailed in CTPM's Student Handbook, which you can download and view at the bottom of this page.
CTPM must first obtain consent of the Prospective Student to the Department's use of the Prospective Student's information by signing a Consent to use and Disclosure of Personal Information form provided.
The Prospective Student, must also declare by signing CTPM's Participant Enrolment Form that all information provided by the Prospective Student to CTPM, in connection with the Notification of Enrolment Process is true, accurate, complete and not misleading in any way, and the Prospective Student has been provided with details of the Fee chargeable and Student Information.
Successful completion of the Notification of Enrolment Process will result in the issue of a Commitment ID.
The Consumer Protection Policy advises all our prospective and current students (consumers) of their rights and obligations as consumers of CTPM’s practices and services. CTPM have an obligation to meet the Standards for Registered Training Organisations, and students can therefore expect that the service they receive before, during and after training and assessment will be of a quality consistent with these requirements. For further information on this policy please download and view CTPM's Student Handbook below.