We offer different payment methods and options - including payment plans, concession rates and capped fees. Some students may also be eligible for financial assistance from agencies such as Centrelink or Job Services Australia (Job Actives) while you are studying or training.

BSB30115 Certificate III in Business Albany
Full fees $1,732.40 / Resources $144 ex GST ($24 per cluster)*
As this is a self paced course, you can pay at the beginning of each cluster. See course flyer for cluster dates.


BSB20115 Certificate II in Business
Full fees $1,007.50 / Concession $300.70 / School-based NO FEES / Resources $159.00 ex GST*

BSB30115 Certificate III in Business
Full fees $1,186.25 / Concession $354.05 / School-based NO FEES / Resources $217.00 ex GST*

SIR20216 Certificate II in Retail Services
Full fees $1,023.75 / Concession $305.55 / School-based NO FEES / Resources $156.00 ex GST*

SIR30216 Certificate III in Retail
Full fees $1,267.50 / Concession $378.30 / School-based NO FEES / Resources $144.00 ex GST*

Resource fees are currently charged at $77-$150 depending on qualification.

Our resource fees are for materials and resources student's need to enable them to participate in the training.

*Student tuition fees are indicative only and are subject to change given unit selected and individual circumstances at enrolment.

Where course fees are over $1,500 we will not ask you to pay more than $1,500 at any one time.

Skills Recognition - RPL (Recognition of Prior Learning) of units held already RPL fees apply 80% of unit cost per unit.

Some of our courses are delivered as part of the publicly funded by the Department of Training and Workforce Development (DTWD) Jobs & Skills WA Participation Program. Eligibility criteria may apply. 

For students studying in a traineeship and/or for those accessing subsidised training via the Department of Training & Workforce Development's (DTWD) Jobs & Skills WA Participation Program (PP) our fees and payment options are as per the DTWD Vocational Education & Training (VET) Fees and Charges Policy. Please refer to the DTWD site for more information: https://www.jobsandskills.wa.gov.au/training/choosing-training-course#applying-enrolling-and-course-fees.


Concessions may be available to people and/or dependants (of persons) holding a Pensioner Concession Card, a Repatriation Health Benefits Card issued by the Department of Veteran Affairs or a Health Care Card; Persons and dependents of persons in receipt of AUSTUDY or ABSTUDY; Person and dependants of person in receipt of the Youth Allowance; Persons who are inmates of a custodial institution; and/or Secondary school-aged persons, not enrolled at school.

Payment Plans

Payment plans can be agreed in certain circumstances with deposit on enrolment and payment as the units or clusters of units progress. If payments are not made on a regular basis (as agreed in the plan), students will not be able to continue with the outstanding units until relevant payments have been made.

Capped Fees

Capped fees - a maximum course fee of $420 - are available to secondary school aged participants not enrolled at school. In 2019, these students will be born on or after 1 July 2001 and must be at least 15 years of age but have not reached the end of the calendar year in which their compulsory education period expires, as defined in the *School Education Act 1999*. This concession expires when the student is no longer of secondary school age and only units started within the years of secondary school age can be charged at the capped rate.

Severe Financial Hardship

Severe financial hardship may apply to some students, who may then be eligible for a 'fee waiver'. In order to apply for a fee waiver detailed evidence must be provided to clearly demonstrate the situation and that the situation is likely to remain for the duration of the course. A person is considered to be experiencing severe financial hardship if they are unable to provide for themselves and/or their dependents.

Refunds Policy

Should Worklink cancel or reschedule a course to a time unsuitable to the participant, a full refund will be given.


Full refunds - Students who withdraw are entitled to a full refund of the applicable course fee, resource fee and other fees where:

A unit is cancelled or re-scheduled to a time unsuitable to the student. A student is not given a place due to maximum number of places being reached. A class is cancelled because of declining student numbers, no available trainer, or due to other circumstances caused by Worklink. All cancellations or withdrawals from courses must be provided to Worklink in writing, once enrolment has been accepted. Requests for refunds must be lodged within two weeks of the official withdrawal date.

Participants who lodge a withdrawal form prior to, or within four weeks of commencing the unit or before 25% of delivery has been concluded (whichever is sooner) will be eligible for a full refund of the relevant unit(s) fee and 50% of the resource fee paid.

If withdrawal or cancellation from a course is due to extenuating circumstances, please discuss with Worklink staff.


Participants notifying Worklink of withdrawal or cancellation from a course more than three full working days prior to the course commencement date will be eligible for a refund of 80% of the course cost.

If three days or less notification is given 20% will be refunded. If no notification is given prior to the course commencement date, or a participant withdraws after commencing training, no refund will apply.

If withdrawal or cancellation from a course is due to extenuating circumstances, please discuss with Worklink staff.

For more information please contact us.