Where funding is an option, we work with our alliance partners to identify opportunities for government funding to offset costs. Working with individuals and organisations to determine their unique needs and to maximise access to government funds
The Skills and Training Incentive provides up to $2,200 (GST inclusive) to jointly fund training to help individuals build skills to remain in the workforce longer.
The Skills and Training Incentive is directly linked to the Skills Checkpoint Program. Either you or your current employer must match the incentive to ensure a joint investment in your skills development.
You qualify if you:
Complete a Skills Checkpoint assessment to identify training opportunities through the Skills Checkpoint for Older Workers Program
You can find out more information about the Incentive and the Program by:
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The Australian government recognises the potential for startup businesses to contribute to the growth of our economy by generating revenue and creating more job opportunities in the region.
If you are a Startup business seeking assistance to get your business off the ground, explore assistance options that are available to you. Speak to our advisors for more information on getting started.
Most startup businesses generally struggle with having access to sufficient funding as financial institutions and investment partners are hard to secure without a trading history or large capital contribution.
The good news however, is that there are various support systems available to startup businesses in the form of government startup grants and assistance programs. These programs are aimed at supporting startup businesses with the tools and resources fundamental to running a business successfully. In this section, we will discuss some of the grants that are available for the startups and their eligibility criteria.
Go to Grants Assist for more information about Start Up Business Grants
Are you eligible?
Visit ServicesAustralia.gov/education to find out more and check your eligibility.