There are three types of fees that training providers can charge; course fees, resource fees and other fees.
Types of fees
Course fees are determined by multiplying the applicable course fee rate by the nominal hours for each unit in the course that you enrol in.
Resource fees are charges for materials or resources that are essential to a course or unit but you don’t have to purchase them yourself.
For example, if you are required to use specialist safety equipment such as protective clothing for a nursing course – the disposable gowns, masks and gloves would be supplied by the training provider but you would pay for these through your resource fees.
Training providers may charge students other fees for items that are non-essential to the course; for example, car parking or a security pass.
These fees will vary, and in some cases will not apply.
Page last updated December 19, 2016