About The Funding
All the courses listed below are government funded courses proudly supported by government of South Australia. You may be eligible for this courses. After checking eligibility if you are eligible then please fill the enrolment appointment form given below. ETEA staff will ensure smooth process and help you throughout journey. There are available slots given in form. Please fill that as limited spots are available.
Your eligibility will be determined by ETEA when you enroll, but at a minimum, you must be:
- an Australian citizen; or
- a holder of a permanent visa; or
- a New Zealand citizen
To find about more please contact us on 131389
Fees Schedule for Funded courses
|Course Code||Course Name||
|CHC52015||Diploma of Community Services||$2000 *|
|CHC50113||Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care||$2000 *|
|CHC43415||Certificate IV in Leisure and Health||$800 *|
|CHC43315||Certificate IV in Mental Health||$800 *|
|CHC43115||Certificate IV in Disability||$800 *|
|CHC43015||Certificate IV in Ageing Support||$800 *|
|CHC42015||Certificate IV in Community Services||$800 *|
|CHC30113||Certificate III in Early Childhood and Care||$700 *|
|CHC40413||Certificate IV in Youth Work||
To ensure the health and welfare of our staff and students is maintained until South Australia’s restrictions ease, ETEA will adhere to Departmental advice and current guidelines and temporarily suspend in-person supervision of students undertaking CSPA assessments as part of the UAN and enrolment process.
Supervision through other means will still be provided, such as virtually via Teams or Zoom or by the employer in instances where the student is already attending in person.
ETEA will discuss individual needs and supervision will be determined based on individual circumstances – we will make sure it is as manageable for students as possible.