Subsidised Training List 8.0 (STL 8.0) - Effective 06 July 2022
The STL communicates the vocational education and training (VET) courses that attract public subsidy.
STL 8.0 reflects qualifications and skill sets available to support Job Trainer, identified trade skill shortages and Flexible Industry Pathways through the Subsidised Traineeship and Apprenticeship List (STAL), the Training Priority List (TPL) and the VET for School Students List (VSSL).
Subsidised Traineeship and Apprenticeship List (STAL) - Displays courses the Department will fund through training contracts.
Skilling South Australia Subsidised Traineeship and Apprenticeship List (STAL) - Displays courses the Department will fund through training contracts to support the Skilling South Australia initiative.
Training Priority List (TPL) - Displays courses the Department will fund through non-training contract arrangements.
VET for School Students (VSS)
From 4 January 2022, the courses approved for access by school enrolled students will be identified on the VET for School Students List (VSS). Access to approved courses is in accordance with the new funding guidelines and through the new VET Readiness Orientation (VETRO) process outlined on the Upfront Assessment of Need web page.
VET for School Students List (VSSL) – Displays courses the Department will fund as a part of the VET for School Students initiative.
Local Skill Sets
Local skill sets have been introduced to support additional training opportunities for young people and job seekers through JobTrainer.
Managed Courses - Effective 1 July 2022
From 1 July 2021, Quota conditions will be removed from the STL, and replaced with Managed Courses. Courses with this condition have a set number of places that can be created per provider, which can be drawn down in the same way as General courses. No additional application or approval processes are required to deliver courses with this condition.
Providers will be responsible for monitoring the number of training accounts they have created and adhering to the limits specified.
Should providers reach the limit set for a course, applications may be made for a review.
To apply to review a Managed Course Training Account Limit see the online form
Apply to have courses or skill sets added to the Subsidised Training List
Complete the application form below and email your application to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Apply to request a course condition change
To request a course condition change for training courses currently available on the Subsidised Training List (STL), you can complete the online form. This form may also be used to request temporary course condition changes to support training needs while COVID-19 restrictions continue to be in place. For more information and to apply, see Apply to request a course condition change.