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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.
If you’re a prospective student, the Smart and Skilled website tells you everything you need to know (Including eligibility requirements and estimating your fees) before you enrol with your preferred training provider.
Capital Training Institute (CTI) is an approved Smart and Skilled training provider for the following qualifications
- CPC50210 – Diploma of Building and Construction
- CPC60212 – Advanced Diploma of Building and Construction
Step 1 – Eligibility Check and Fee Estimate
To start the application process you will be required to complete an enrolment form and an eligibility checklist to confirm eligibility (this form will help us conduct an initial eligibility check as well as give you an estimate of the contribution fee you may need to pay).
If you are under 18 years of age we will require parental consent before we proceed with lodging your information for an official quote.
Step 2 – Submit Enrolment Form and Checklist
You will need to ensure that you have the following ready to submit with the enrolment form and eligibility checklist:
- Unique Student Identifier
- Evidence of usual place of residence or place of
- Evidence of your citizenship
- Evidence of concession (if applicable);
- Evidence of disability (if applicable)
You will also have to declare that all information provided is true, accurate, complete and not misleading in any way. You will also need to complete page 2 of the eligibility checklist – which is a requirement of the NSW Government – to Consent to the use and disclosure of your personal information to the Department of Industry, skills and Regional Development and other Gevernment Agencies.
Step 3 – Confirmation of enrolment
We will review your application to ensure you meet the Smart and Skilled requirements. Once we confirm all details are correct we will issue you a confirmation email with an invoice (if applicable) and official notification from State Training Services to pay your student contribution fee.
Step 4 – Paying the student contribution fee
This is the last step to get you on your way with starting your course. An initial payment is required on enrolment and the remainder of your student contribution fee is paid in installments throughout the course. Your invoice will outline when the payments are due. We accept:
- credit card or
- direct deposit
Step 5 – Acceptance into the course
Once we have received payment you will receive confirmation by email that you have been accepted into your course with details on how to start.
Step 6 – Training Plan completed
We will design a training plan, in collaboration with you, to help keep you on track.