Want to receive a qualification at a subsidised price?
Smart and Skilled is a reform of the NSW Vocational Education and Training (VET) system. It’s helping people in NSW get the skills they need to find a job and advance their careers. You may also be eligible to apply VET Student Loans for the remaining cost of Diploma courses. This is a fantastic opportunity!
Subsidised Smart and Skilled Courses available in 2021:
The table below indicates 2021 course fees and subsidies.
|2021 Kenvale tuition fee||Prices for student’s without qualification*||Prices for student’s with previous qual**|
|Certificate II in Hospitality||2,750||880||1,050|
|Certificate III in Events||5,750||1,450||1,750|
|Certificate III in Hospitality||6,250||1,450||1,750|
|Certificate III in Commercial Cookery||10,500||2,130||2,550|
|Certificate IV in Commercial Cookery||13,500||2,360||2,750|
|Certificate IV in Hospitality||7,000||2,360||2,750|
|Diploma of Event Management||10,000||3,750||4,230|
|Diploma of Hospitality Management||10,750||3,750||4,230|
|Advanced Diploma of Hospitality Management||12,750||4,120||4,630|
|Advanced Diploma of Event Management||10,750||4,120||4,630|
Disclaimer: Smart and Skilled placements are subject to availability.
* This cost applies for those who have no other qualification outside of high school.
** This cost applies for those who have already received a qualification outside of high school.
***S&Skilled students are required to pay a $500 deposit at the time of enrolment. This amount will be allocated towards the cost of training through the payment of the student fee.
Am I eligible for this program?
In order to be eligible for Smart and Skilled training, you must be:
- 15 years old or over
- No longer at school
- Living or working in NSW
- An Australian citizen, Australian permanent resident, Australian permanent humanitarian visa holder or New Zealand citizen
If you answered ‘yes’ to all four questions, then you may be eligible to enrol in a government-subsidised course with Kenvale as an approved Smart and Skilled training provider.
You still pay a fee, but the majority of the course fee is subsidised by the NSW government.
The Consumer Protection Strategy also outlines the rights of a student who undertakes a VET training under the Smart and Skilled Funding. It includes any measures that has been set by the government to ensure consumer protection are obliged by the training providers, as well as other processes that may assist the students receiving training under the Smart and Skilled funding. You may also visit the relevant page on Smart and Skilled website here.
For details on Smart & Skilled contract and policies, please refer to the website here.
Have a Complaint?
You’re encouraged to resolve the problem through the informal process or lodge a formal complaint through the college’s Complaints and Appeals Process.
Contact details and enquiries
To find out more about qualifications and enrolment, contact 02 9314 6213 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you would like more information on the Smart and Skilled reform, provide feedback, or make a complaint, visit www.smartandskilled.nsw.gov.au or phone Smart and Skilled support on 1300 772 104.