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Subsidised Training List 4.2 announced

Nov 30

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Over 780 courses will now be accessible to non-government training providers under the latest update of South Australia’s Subsidised Training List, effective 7 January 2019.

Subsidised Training List

The existing Subsidised Training List format will be replaced with two simplified lists.

Skilling South Australia Subsidised Traineeship and Apprenticeship List (STAL) - Displays courses the Department will fund through training contracts to support the Skilling South Australia initiative.

Training Priority List (TPL) – Displays the subsidised courses that can be delivered outside of a training contract arrangement. For those courses that also appear on the Traineeship and Apprenticeship Schedule, training contract arrangements can also be supported.

For more information, see Subsidised Training List.

Skilling South Australia Quotas

In addition to the courses on the list, the State Government can through a submission process, subsidise any course or national skill set to support more apprenticeship and traineeship opportunities.

For more information, see Apply to deliver a Skilling South Australia Quota.

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