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TAFE Student Support

TAFE Support for Business

Support specifically designed for VET students.

We’ve designed a support model specifically for our VET students. We introduce you to online studying by dividing your diploma into two parts.

In Part 1 you are enrolled into three units, and introduced to your online classroom and strategies to assist you in establishing a successful study routine built for success. If you decide to exit the diploma after completing these three units, you will receive a Statement of Attainment, which can be used for credits should you return to complete your diploma at a later stage. In Part 2, you will complete the remaining units of your diploma with further support strategies to ensure steady progression through your course.

During your course, you will have access to seven days a week on-call support, receive guidance from your personal Coach and a dedicated Trainer, in addition to a team of Assessors committed to your success.

We believe in our personalised support model, and so do our students. Ninety-eight per cent of students say they would recommend the diploma they undertook to others, and we are proud to claim a diploma completion success rate of 96% – proof we will support you from start to finish.

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Study a VET Course with Swinburne Online

Discover the practical skills you need to take the next step in your career with one of our VET Diploma courses:

FAQs

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No. Once you have finished your Introductory Skill Set course, you can apply for VSL to apply to the Diploma.
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Vocational Education and Training (VET) is focused on providing students with specific job related and technical skills. Qualifications include certificates, diplomas and advanced diplomas and take less time to complete than a university degree. Nationally recognised VET qualifications cover a wide range of industries, from business and management to trades, retail and hospitality.
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You must read the VET Student Loans Information Booklet before applying for a loan. A VET student loan results in a HELP debt that continues to be a debt due to the government until it is repaid. You will start repaying the loan when you reach the minimum repayment threshold. The rate at which you repay the loan is based on your income, as you earn more you will repay a higher percentage of your taxable income towards your loan. Check the Study Assist website to find out more. We encourage you to seek independent financial advice to be sure a VET Student Loan is right for you.