Payment Options

Fees are required to be paid up front and in full at the time of enrolment. If it is not possible to make full payment at the time of enrolment, we have payment plans available to allow you to pay your fees in instalments.

Unless a payment plan has been approved, fees are required to be paid in full at the time of enrolment via card, cash, BPAY, cheque.

Payment Plans

You can use direct debit to pay the tuition and course consumable fees (this does not include items listed on your booklist).  This is set up via a Third Party  Credit Clear.

You will receive a hyperlink within your enrolment confirmation email that take you through to set up a payment plan should you wish to take up this option.

All you need to do is select the amount and frequency that works best for you, then enter your card details and you’re all set.

Centrepay via Centrelink

If you receive a financial benefit from Centrelink you may have the option of deducting your tuition, general service and course consumable fees directly from your Centrelink benefit, through Centrepay.

Repayments of fees through Centrepay require you to pay fortnightly instalments to cover the outstanding amount (at a maximum of $100 per fortnight) to be paid in full at least one month prior to the course completion date. Booklist items (resources) cannot be added to Centrepay.  A 20 per cent deposit is required to set up Centrepay.

Payment via invoice

If your enrolment fees are to be invoiced to a third party, (eg. Work Cover, employer or agency) an Authority to Invoice (ATI) form needs to be completed and signed by the third party. This form must be supplied with your enrolment form to a Customer Service Centre for the enrolment to be processed. This form is available from the Customer Service Centre at all campuses.   

VET Student Loans

You can study now and pay later with VET Student Loans for any eligible Diploma or Advanced Diploma courses.
Find out more.