Smart and Skilled

Smart and Skilled

Smart and Skilled Training is Subsidised by the NSW Government. 

Smart and Skilled Application Form

Under the NSW Smart and Skilled Program we are pleased to offer the following qualifications

SIR30216

Certificate lll in Retail 

BSB30115

Certificate lll in Business

BSB42615

Certificate lV in New Small Business

BSB42015

Certificate lV in Leadership and Management

BSB51915

Diploma of Leadership and Management

BSB50215

Diploma of Business

BSB52415

Diploma of Marketing and Communication

BSB50615

Diploma of Human Resources Management

*The Full list of qualifications can be found here, you will be required to pay a fee for service to complete your qualification. 

Contact us here at: SmartSkilled@GlobalBusinessTrainer.edu.au or Apply Here

INFORMATION FOR STUDENTS-STUDENT HANDBOOK

Click here to view the Student Handbook and refer to the Smart and Skilled pages.

Click here to review the Fee and Refund Policy

Student Eligibility for Smart and Skilled-Academy of Global Business Training

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 an use the Eligibility Checker on the Smart and Skilled Website. 

Smart and Skilled Application Form

To check the student fee for the course you can use the Student Fee Calculator on the Find A Course page of the Smart and Skilled website

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 

Click here for the 2018  Smart and Skilled Fee Administration Policy

Fee exemptions and concessions will be available for students with special needs so they can access Smart and Skilled training in job related areas.
 
Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander students  and people with a disability will not pay a fee for any government subsidised training.
 
Commonwealth welfare recipients may be eligible for a fee concession for government subsidised training.
 

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.