VET Student Loans
SU Institute of Training (RTO 30548) is an approved course provider for VET Student Loans for the CHC50413 Diploma of Youth Work from 1st July 2017.
Students must meet certain eligibility requirements, in addition to those outlined in the Prospectus, to be able to access VET Student Loans. VET Student Loans will not be approved for students who do not meet eligibility requirements. A VET Student Loan gives rise to a HELP debt that continues to be a debt due to the Commonwealth until it is repaid.
The tuition fee for the CHC50413 Diploma of Youth Work is $9780.
Individuals interested in enrolling in this qualification and applying for a VET Student Loan MUST read:
- the Census Dates information (below)
- the Prospectus
- the VET Student Loans Information for 2017 booklet
- the VET Student Loans Information for CHC50413 Diploma of Youth Work
(SU Institute of Training)
- the Policies & Documents
- the VET Student Loans Statement of Tuition Assurance
Census Dates – CHC50413 Diploma of Youth Work
A census day is the date by which a student may cancel their enrolment without incurring tuition fees for the course or a part of the course.
The CHC50413 Diploma of Youth Work is delivered across 3 semesters over an 18 month period. Each fee period for the course aligns with the delivery times for the semester of coursework. Census dates are set in each semester/fee period as per the following dates relevant to the 2021 February and July Intakes:
Semester 1, 2021: Mon 8 Feb 2021 (Census date: 5th March 2021)Semester 2, 2021: Mon 19th Jul 2021 (Census date: 10th Aug 2021)
- Processes & Procedures – VET Student Loans
- SU Institute of Training has in place the relevant processes and procedures in accordance with the VET Student Loans Rules. For ease of reading for students these have been provided in the VET Student Loans Information for CHC50413 Diploma of Youth Work (SU Institute of Training), including:
- Study Entry Requirements & Course Enrolment
- VET Student Loans Information Requirements
- Tuition Fees, Census Dates & Administrative Charges
- Loan Amount
- VET Student Loans Application Process
- Withdrawal from Courses
- Cancellation of Enrolment
- Re-crediting FEE-HELP balances
- Tuition Assurance
- Dealing with Complaints & Students Seeking Review
- Handling Information