This form is used to make formal changes to a students course enrolment.
All changes are logged and a confirmation email will be sent to your email address.
Administrative fees may apply to the change of enrolment and must be paid prior to the change commencing.
The change of enrolment status form is used to make formal changes to a students course enrolment. All changes are logged and a confirmation email will be sent to your email address.
Where a student has stopped participating or attending class (discontinued) after completing some training or assessment, selectability Training will notify the student that their enrolment has been formally withdrawn and applicable competent results issued through a Statement of Attainment.
For course transfers, there is a fee of 1% of the current new full fee payable.
For course cancellations and withdrawals, there is a $25 fee payable.
Through the Department of Youth Justice, Employment and Small Business (DYJESBT), selectability Training is a Skills Assure Supplier (SAS) and is approved to deliver training and assessment services under this Funding Program.
Enrolment: Once eligibility is checked and confirmed, the student has 30 days to commence study OR they will need to be re-checked.
Deferral: Funding cannot be deferred. Should a student wish to place their studies on hold and come back at a later date, eligibility must be re-checked and they need to meet all eligibility requirements from scratch again to take into account anything that has changed in that period.
Deferring from your course may make you ineligible for government funding in the future. This means you may be required to absorb the full fees of the course if you are deemed inelgiible and wish to recommence study.
Before you cancel or withdraw
Cancelling your enrolment can only occur prior to course commencement with formal notice, any course fees paid will be refunded in line with the refund terms and conditions. (after 30 days of enrolment, students cancelling their enrolment are not entitled to a refund)
Officially, dropping a course or dropping out of a program is called "withdrawing".
When you withdraw from a course or program, there can be academic or financial consequences.
There may be any number of reasons why you need to withdraw. Before you proceed, some general advice to consider is:
You are being informed of the RTO’s intention to suspend, withdraw or cancel your course enrolment on any of the above grounds. You have the right to appeal within 20 working days of the date below.
Suspend or Cancel Enrolment Policy