You may be eligible for funding from Construction Skills Queensland (CSQ). 
If eligible, CSQ will fund the following amounts toward the cost of your course fees:
$360 - BSBSMB401 Establish legal and risk management requirements of small business
$240 - UEENEEE101A Apply Occupational Health and Safety regulations, codes and practices in the workplace
$750 - UEENEEG175A Develop compliance policies and plans to conduct an electrical contracting business
You will still be required to contribute $100 per unit. 
To determine if you are eligible for the funding or not, and to proceed with enrolment if you are, select the relevant response from the dropdown against each question. 
If the form indicates you are eligible, complete your details and click the 'submit' button. We will be in touch from there. If you do not complete your details, we will not be able to contact you and you will miss out on the funding. If you are eligible for the funding, you will be required to provide proof that you meet the eligibility requirements. You may also be required to participate in a survey by CSQ, 
In addition to providing evidence to prove that you meet the eligibility requirements, you will also be required to complete the relevant units of competency within three (3) months of enrolment, except if you enrol after June 30th 2021 in which case all relevant units need to be completed before September 30th 2021. If there is no activity from you on the relevant units for one (1) month or more, you will be withdrawn from the course and will be required to enrol in our Full Fee for Service ($800) version of the course.
If you cannot meet the completion duration requirement, or if you feel you will not be able to provide proof of eligibility, or you do not wish to participate in a survey by CSQ on completion, you should not complete this form and you should enrol in our normal Full Fee for Service ($800) version of the course where there are no restrictions. 
To see the eligibility requirements and what evidence you will need to provide before completing the form, 
click here.
To determine if you are eligible for the funding or not, select the relevant response from the dropdown for each question.
1. Are you one of the following?     
  i) An Existing and Eligible worker, or        
  ii) An Unemployed Eligible worker?        
  An Existing Worker is a current employee in the building and construction industry who has a one month or more employment relationship with their employer. The working relationship can be built up through full-time, part-time or casual employment or engagement as a contract worker (contractor). 
  An Eligible Worker is a tradesperson, trades assistant or labourer who performs building and construction work in Queensland. 
  An Unemployed Eligible Worker is a person who has been unemployed for a period of not greater than four (4) years that would otherwise meet the requirements of an Eligible Worker. 
2.  Are you one of the following?   
  i) an Australian or New Zealand citizen, or      
  ii) a permanent resident of Australia, or      
  iii) a refugee and humanitarian visa holder.      
3.  Do you?  
  i) permanently reside in Queensland, or        
  ii) are permanently employed in Queensland.         
4.  Are you?
  i) an employee of any Authority (excluding employees of an Indigenous Council that is a Principal Contractor
5.  Are you?  
  i) a current or cancelled apprentice or trainee  
6.  Are you?
  i) currently enrolled and participating in a Queensland secondary school program  
7. Are you?
  i) a contracted trainer or assessor or existing worker of a Registered Training Organisation (RTO)
8. Do you?      
  i) agree to participate in a destimation survey by CSQ and be contacted by CSQ about available products and services?
9. Have you?    
  i) been funded by an Authority or such other source for delivery of the same training being undertaken as part of this Program?
10. Are you?      
  i) seeking a Verification of Competency (or determination of Competency, similar to RPL) 
11. Do you live or are permanently employed in Queensland?