Course Prices 2013-2014
Cert II in Animal Studies
Please note: Prices current from 3rd May 2013. All prices include resource fees, tuition, and administration fees. Additional fees may apply if you do not pass a subject, you need to re-enrol in a subject for any reason, or you extend your enrolment period.
Please budget approximately $100 for additional textbooks. You will also need to budget $40 per year for work experience insurance if you are located outside Queensland.
Option 1: Standard Intake $2645
Enrol and start with the next available intake.
Courses start in Jan, April, July & October. However they are immensely popular and often booked out 4 to 6 months in advance. To avoid disappointment, it's important to secure your place quickly with an initial deposit.
You’ll have set due dates for each subject to help keep you on track and you must finish the course must within 12 months to avoid any course extension fees.
We offer instalment plans are available at no extra cost. However, it’s important to note that even if you have completed your studies, you’ll not receive your certificate until you’ve paid for your course in full. People electing to pay by instalments are not disadvantaged in the application process.
Secure your place with a first instalment of $545. Then simply pay 10 x $210/month, starting from your course start date.
Option 2: Self Paced - Start Any Time $2895
Enrol and start at anytime.
You’ll receive your course materials in around one week, and you can then start studying!
Under this option, you don’t need to set due dates for each subject but you must complete the entire course within 18 months. Additional fees apply to extend your course duration if you can’t finish in this time. Of course, if you wish to complete the course faster, you can!
Instalment plans are not available for this option – you must pay the entire course fee upon enrolment.
Is government funding available?
Yes. For Queensland residents Government funding is available for the standard and self paced Cert II in Animal Studies.
Unfortunately Government funding is not available for other states at this stage. However, we do encourage you to contact your local job seeker service or apprenticeship centre for further suggestions.
If you live in Queensland, please send in your first instalment with your enrolment forms (after application), and we’ll advise how much funding you’re eligible for.
As a guide, most students receive around 40-50% funding towards the course.