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NSW- Smart and Skilled


The Smart and Skilled is a NSW reform , helping people get the skills they need to find a job and advance their careers

Are you eligible?

Are you and Australian Citizen, permanent resident, humanitarian  visa holder or New Zealand citizen?

Are you 15 Years or older?

Live or work in NSW?

You may be eligible for funding under the subsided program

Check you eligibility:       https://smartandskilled.nsw.gov.au/

Or contact us for further information 1300 882 451

Courses funded in NSW

We currently deliver and provide the following qualifications under a Nationally Recognised Entitlement Full Qualification to candidates.

  • HLT37215 Certificate III in Pathology Collection
  • BSB31115 Certificate III  in Business


    The primary purpose of the Program is to support skills formation in areas which are important to economic and social development in NSW. The Program seeks to: support increased productivity by up-skilling workers with skills relevant to their workplace provide employment opportunities with job related training for those entering the workforce provide skills to support labour market participation by those facing barriers addresses critical skills shortages within industry on both a state and regional basis


    Existing workers: access to high quality customized training  build the capability of the workforce to meet business and community needs help relieve skill shortages and bottlenecks
    Jobseekers: increase the chances of gaining a job with job ready skills assistance towards the cost of the training access to quality and nationally recognised training How To Participate:

    If you are interested and meet relevant guidelines, please contact AHPTS to discuss your current employment history. If you are Unemployed (Jobseeker) and registered with a job Network provider, please contact head office to discuss the enrolment procedures/requirements.

    Fee Assistance:

    If you are a job seeker, you should contact Centerlink or your Job Service Agency if there are any available funds to assist with your fees payment.

    If you receive a government pension, you may be eligible for the Pensioner Education Supplement (PES). This can be used to pay your fees by instalments. You may complete a self-paced course by enrolling in one unit at a time or clustering units, extending the fees across the study period, at a time, therefore you can spread your fees across the whole study period, making it easier to budget. We can offer agreed installment payments but these must be received at regular intervals or you may find your enrollment discontinued until payments resume- workshop components must be paid prior to participation