Australian Apprenticeships Incentives Program Guidelines
The Trade Support Loans Qualification List provides the qualifcaitons leading to occupation for which skilled persons are a priority and outlines qualifictions that may be eligible to receive Trade Support Loans.
AAIP Guidelines - Appendix A.
AAIP Guidelines - Appendix B
AAIP Guidelines - Appendix C
AAIP Guidelines - Appendix F
AAIP Guidelines - Appendix E
AAIP Guidelines - Appendix D
Appendix G - Previous completed, incomplete and concurrent qualifications that affect eligibility for payments under the Program as at 1 October 2021
AAIP Guidelines - Appendix G
Appendix H - List of Government agencies assisting in assessing overseas qualifications as at 1 October 2021
AAIP Guidelines - Appendix H
Data matching for the Supporting Apprentices and Trainees (SAT), Boosting Apprenticeship Commencements (BAC) and the Australian Apprentice Wage Subsidy trial (AAWS) measures between the Australian Taxation Office and the Department of Education, S
The Trade Support Loans Guidelines (the Guidelines) provide an overview of the Program and outline the operational and administrative framework for implementing Trade Support Loans.
The Training Package Products Policy is one of three documents that form the Training Package Organising Framework to support the development of industry training packages.
Language, Literacy and Numeracy Programme case study
Australian Government response to the Select Committee on Red Tape report: Effect of red tape on occupational licensing – Interim report
The Australian Government notes the recommendations made in the interim report of the Select Committee on Red Tape in respect of occupational licensing.
Cost Recovery Implementation Statement - Trades Recognition Australia - RTO Assessment Services 1 March 2019 - 30 June 2022 and Addendum
Cost Recovery Implementation Statement - Trades Recognition Australia - RTO Assessment Services 1 March 2019 - 30 June 2022.
AAIP Guidelines - Appendix I
Cost Recovery Impact Statement:Trades Recognition Australia - Job Ready Program, Migration Skills Australia and Migration Points Advice -2021-22
Cost recovery involves government entities charging individuals or non-government organisations some or all of the efficient costs of a regulatory activity. This may include goods, services or regulation, or a combination of these.
The Department of Education, Skills and Employment (the Department) is seeking feedback on a proposal to change the fees charged by Trades Recognition Australia (TRA) for skills assessment services provided under the Job Ready Program (JRP)