The WesTrac Institute fee will apply to government subsidised courses offered by WesTrac Institute.
If you're eligible for subsidised training under 'Smart and Skilled', you pay only a portion of the training cost. The rest is subsidised by the NSW Government and they pay an average 55-90 per cent of the cost of each course.
For more information on the NSW Government 'Smart and Skilled' program and fees, click below.
Jobs and Skills WA
Effective from 1st January 2020, the WA State Government has halved course fees for 34 targeted vocational qualifications including the two qualifications listed below. This initiative means that:
Units of competency commenced by new or continuing students in these qualifications between 1 January 2020 and 31 December 2021 will attract the half price course fee.
During this period, there will be an annual fees cap. The” annual fees cap” is $400 for concession students and people aged 15-24; the annual course fee cap for non-concession students is $1200.
Any units of competency commenced outside of this period will attract the regular course fees.
Course fees for the full qualification at 2019 rates
AUR30316 - Certificate III in Automotive Electrical Technology - 940 nominal hours - $3,055.00 (Note that this qualification may take between 3 - 4 years from start to complete)
AUR31216 - Certificate III in Mobile Plant Technology - 1099 nominal hours - $3,571.75 (over 3 -4 years from start to complete)
Resources fees at 2020 rates are:
AUR30316 - Certificate III in Automotive Electrical Technology - $3,464.50 (Resources Fees)
AUR31216 - Certificate III in Mobile Plant Technology - 1099 nominal hours - $3,571.75 and $3,859.00 (Resources Fees)