Fees

(Effective 1st December 2016)
  • 6 Quals
  • 20 Certs
  • 1 Location

Accredited Qualifications

VTG Funded Rates**
Fee For ServiceSubsidisedConcession
Certificate I in IDMT$1072.50$100$20Enrol
Certificate II in IDMT$2079$200$40Enrol
Certificate III in IDMT$3094$300$60Enrol
Certificate IV in IT Networking$6970$400$80Enrol
Certificate IV in Computer Systems Technology$7565$400$80Enrol
Diploma of IT$12,487.50$9250 N/AEnrol

** This fee is only for eligible students under the Victorian Training Guarantee.

Schedule of VET tuition fees

 

Professional Certification Courses

Fee For ServiceConcessionBook Online
CiscoCCNA$1095$1095
CCNP$4995$3996
Route$1995$1596
Switch$1995$1596
TShoot$1995$1596
CompTIAA+$1495$1196
Cloud+$995$995
Cloud Essentials$995$995
Linux+$1995$1596
Security+$1995$1596
CASP$2995$2396
MicrosoftMCP Windows$1495$1196
MCSA Server 2012$2495$2396
20410$995$796
20411$995$796
20412$995$796
VMwareVCA$995$796
VCP$1895$1596
AxelosITIL$895$895
PRINCE2® Foundations$1495$995
PRINCE2® Practitioner$795$795
PMIPMPPOAPOA
ISC(2)CISSP$3495$2796

Victorian Training Guarantee

The Victorian Government under their Training Guarantee initiative is currently providing Victorians with the opportunity to upgrade their skills with the assistance of government funding. The funding covers the cost of the course and students are only required to pay a prescribed tuition fee based on the number of units studied. No tuition fee is applicable for those units being completed via Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) or those for which you are awarded Credit Transfer.

Students with a disability are encouraged to apply for government subsidised training.

In 2014 you are eligible for a government-subsidised training place if you:

Meet one of the following citizen/residency status:

  • Australian citizen
  • Australian Permanent Resident (holder of a permanent visa)
  • holder of a Special Category Visa (sub-class 444, New Zealand citizen)
  • holder of a Temporary Protection Visa.

And are any of the following:

  • under 20 years of age and seeking to enrol in nationally recognised training
  • over 20 years of age and ‘upskilling’ by undertaking a course at a higher level than your existing qualification

And…

  • You haven’t begun and are not enrolled to begin two or more other government-subsidised courses in 2014. (This means that you can start no more than two government-subsidised courses in this calendar year)
  • You are not already doing two or more other government-subsidised courses. (This means that you can do no more than two government-subsidised courses at one time).

If you meet the above criteria, please contact IT Futures to obtain the Enrolment Form.