For carers looking to return to the paid workforce, the Mid-Career Checkpoint program can help with the cost of accredited training
The Mid-Career Checkpoint program provides support to people who have taken time out of the workforce to care for their family or recently returned to paid work after a caring break. Services are also available to current workers in in female-dominated industries impacted by COVID-19.
The Mid-Career Checkpoint program can help you plan your steps back to paid work or to advance your career, with providers operating in New South Wales, Queensland and Victoria.
The program can also provide up to $3,000 (GST excl) to help fund recommended accredited training.
Tertiary Access Payment 2022 applications now open
Are you relocating from a regional or remote part of Australia to study in 2022? You may be eligible for the Tertiary Access Payment (TAP) to help with the costs of study and moving to a new city or town.
Moving away from home can be expensive. The TAP helps eligible year 12 (or equivalent) students to access higher studies. Read the full eligibility criteria on the Tertiary Access Payment page.