Smart and Skilled Training is Subsidised by the NSW Government.
CHP School of Hospitality is now offering Smart and Skilled training.
Under the NSW Smart and Skilled Program we are pleased to offer the following qualifications:
BSB51915 DIPLOMA OF LEADERSHIP & MANAGEMENT
*The Full list of qualifications can be found here, you will be required to pay a fee for service to complete your qualification.
BSB42015 CERTIFICATE IV IN LEADERSHIP & MANAGEMENT
SIT40416 CERTIFICATE IV IN HOSPITALITY
SIT30716 CERTIFICATE III IN HOSPITALITY (RESTAURANT FRONT OF HOUSE)
SIT30616 CERTIFICATE III IN HOSPITALITY
SIT20316 CERTIFICATE II IN HOSPITALITY
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Information For Students
Policy and Procedures and Student Information - Smart and Skilled Resource Kit
Student Eligibility for Smart and Skilled
To enrol for Smart and Skilled training you need to meet certain conditions. To check if you are eligible to enrol in a course/traineeship you can go to the Eligibility Checker on the Smart and Skilled Website.
DOWNLOAD THE SMART & SKILLED Pre Eligibility Part Quals enrolment form here
To be eligible for Government subsidised training, individuals must be:
· an Australian citizen, permanent resident or humanitarian visa holder, or New Zealand Citizen, and
· aged 15 years or older, and
· no longer at school, and
· living or working in New South Wales.
Fee Exemptions and Concessions
Fee exemptions and concessions will be available for students with special needs so they can access Smart and Skilled training in job related areas.
Students with a disability and their dependants may be entitled to a fee exemption for their first subsidised qualification in a calendar year, and a fee concession in subsequent courses in the same calendar year up to Certificate IV.
Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander students will not pay a fee for any government subsidised training.
Commonwealth welfare recipients and their dependants may be eligible for a fee concession in government subsidised training.
Apprenticeships and Traineeships
Any student registered as a NSW new entrant trainee will also be eligible for subsidised training under Smart and Skilled. Apprentice student fees will be capped at $2000 for qualification enrolments commencing in 2015.
What is the Unique Student Identifier and do I need one?
From 1 January 2015, all students participating in Nationally Recognised Training in Australia will need to have a Unique Student Identifier, or USI.
A USI is like an account number and is made up of letters and numbers, giving you access to all of your student records and results in one place.
WATCH A VIDEO TUTORIAL ON APPLYING FOR YOUR USI