Course Supply is a professional educational consultancy broker, assisting students to find the right course. Partnering with reputable Registered Training Organisations (RTOs) covering key geographical areas and sought after courses linking students to State/Federal funding.
What do we do?
Launched in 2013, Course Supply is a high quality information service conduit between the student, education and training providers. We have quickly established ourselves as a leading educational consultancy and student referral agency. We provide an efficient solution for education and training providers to gain access to the student market via our many mediums of marketing solutions throughout Australia.
Course Supply also assists student to achieve their career objectives by providing them with access to corporate and business work opportunities through an intern program.
Our aim is to simplify the process and assist in guiding students to:
How does Government Funding work?
Victorian Training Guarantee (VTG) Funding
The Victorian Training Guarantee provides government subsidised training places for eligible applicants wishing to improve their vocational qualifications. By contributing to the cost of your course, the VTG will be able to assist you in getting that promotion that you have been working towards or even take you onto the career path that you have always wanted but been unable to afford the required qualification.
VET-FEE HELP Initiative
Vet Fee Help is a student loan scheme for the Vocational Education & Training (VET sector that is part of the Higher Education Loan Program (HELP). As of January 2014, you are able to borrow up to $96,000. This loan scheme is to assist you in paying part (or all) of your tuition fees, it cannot be used for any additional study costs and will be repaid gradually through the tax system once your income reaches $51,309 and above. These gradual repayments will be paid at the end of each financial year. Your employer will withhold additional amounts to cover any compulsory repayments that may be raised on your notice of assessment.