Circumstances are different for students and this can affect the fees you pay to study with the Technology Institute of Victoria Pty Ltd.

You may be eligible for concession, a government funded place, subsidised training, or recognition of prior learning and credit transfer.

Technology Institute of Victoria Pty Ltd course fees vary from course to course, fees are calculated on the basis of the hours of training to be undertaken within a calendar year and consist of tuition fees and materials fees.

Technology Institute of Victoria Pty Ltd will supply each individual with a statement of fees (for the actual tuition fee per scheduled hour), including an itemised list of all fees and materials required for the current year, prior to enrolment.

There is a fourteen day (14 day) cooling off period that applies for all enrolments, see the Student Handbook for more information.

Course Fees

Government funding

The Victoria State Government subsidises the cost of training for eligible students. If any of the criteria below apply to you then you may be eligible for funding.

To be eligible you must be:

  • An Australian citizen, holder of a permanent visa
  • New Zealand Citizen
  • Reside in the state of Victoria
  • Applying for a course at a higher level than the highest qualification you already hold
  • Have not commenced a maximum of two subsidised courses at the same level in your lifetime. This restriction applies whether or not you complete the course.

Fee for Service

If you are not eligible for government funded training or do not have an eligible concession card a full fee paying rate may apply to your enrolment within a nationally recognised qualification.

Concession Fees

Technology Institute of Victoria Pty Ltd will charge the concession fee to an individual who holds a current and valid card at the time of enrolment including:

  • Commonwealth Health Care Card
  • Pensioner Concession Card
  • Veteran's Gold Card

Tuition Fees

Tuition fees are based on an hourly rate multiplied by the total course hours. They are determined by your eligibility for government funded training.

Enrolling in any of the Technology Institute of Victoria's training programs under the Skills First Program may impact further access to Government subsidised training.

As per the Skills First program, an eligible individual can undertake a maximum of two Government subsidised courses at any one time in a calendar year. Additional eligibility criteria must be met to access the funding.

The student tuition fees are indicative only and subject to change given individual circumstances at enrolment.

Indicative Tuition Fees for Victorian Government Subsidised Training.