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    Default Does centrelink fund any online courses?

    Hello!
    Just wondering if anyone knows if centrelink fund any online courses?
    As I'm a stay at home mum with a 16 month old but would love to study online !
    I know I could call them and ask but don't feel like waiting on hold for ages lol!!!

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    Not as such but some courses qualify for concession like cheaper. Also look into adult general education courses they're generally cheaper and give you pathways into other study areas

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    Look into OTEN. It's run by Tafe do is eligible for the normal Tafe concessions.
    They have a reasonable range of courses as well

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    I am currently studying through OTEN and haven't paid a cent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kimnus View Post
    I am currently studying through OTEN and haven't paid a cent.
    Im studying through Oten too and paid only the $50 materials charge

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    Thank you!
    I'm going to look it up now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jagamoe View Post
    Im studying through Oten too and paid only the $50 materials charge
    I got my course paid through Vet-Fee help, it is like HECS which you have for uni, and you only pay it back if your income goes above a certain threshold, and luckily for me my income will never get that high so it will die with me.

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    Open Universities Australia is online as well, and all the course fees are HECS eligible

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    yes they do! while i wasn't a candidate for them i know people who have been and gotten great funding. its best to give them a call explain your situation and theyll let you know where to go from there!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kimnus View Post
    I am currently studying through OTEN and haven't paid a cent.
    do you like oten


 

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