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Kath Dickson Family Centre

Serving, protecting and empowering families since 1975

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Fees and Payment

Schedule of fees

The following are the course fees you will be required to pay to complete a course with us.

There are a number of Queensland Government subsidies and incentives available. Talk to one of our trainers to find out if you qualify for subsidised training.

CHC22015 Certificate II in Community Services

Fee for service (no subsidy): $100 enrolment fee + $150 per unit ($1450 total)

Certificate 3 Guarantee eligible students: $15 per unit ($135 total)

Concession card holders: $6 per unit ($54 total)

CHC30113 Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care

Fee for service (no subsidy): $3,160

User Choice subsidised training: $768 + electives (full), $307.20 + electives (concession)

User Choice Under 21 Program: Free for eligible students

Certificate 3 Guarantee subsidised training: $270 (full), $108 (concession)

CHC50113 Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care

Fee for service (no subsidy): $4,860

User Choice subsidised training: $1,856 + electives (full), $742.40 + electives (concession)

Certificate 3 Guarantee subsidised training: $980 (full), $392 (concession)

CHC62015 Advanced Diploma of Community Sector Management

Fee for service (no subsidy): $2,535, plus $100 enrolment fee.

Recognition of prior learning

Recognition of prior learning (RPL) is a formal acknowldgement of a person’s current skills and knowledge, and may considerably reduce the amount of time (and cost) to complete your course.

As a first step, try the self-evaluation tool from the Department of Education and Training.

Payment plans

At the Kath Dickson Institute, we offer a ‘pay as you study’ system. This allows you to spread payment of course fees over the duration of your study (interest free, minimum of $20 per fortnight). Contact us for full terms and conditions.

Cooling off period

Students are entitled to a cooling off period of 1 week (7 calendar days). During this period you are entitled to withdraw from study without penalty (excludes non-refundable enrolment fee).

Want to know more?

Contact us to discuss your specific circumstances and the subsidy you may be eligible for.

Find out more about Queensland Government subsidies and incentives in general.

The Kath Dickson Institute operates in accordance with the National Vocational Education and Training Regulator Act 2011, Standards for RTO’s 2015 and is a pre-qualified supplier for the User Choice and Vet Investment programs for Queensland Government. 
National Provider Code 5394.