Government Funded Training – PRO Management RTO ID 40890

  • QLD Certificate 3 Guarantee

    The Certificate 3 Guarantee is available to eligible individuals to assist them in completing their first certificate III qualification. In doing so, the Certificate 3 Guarantee assists trainees to learn new skills, gain employment, re-enter the workforce or progress in their career.

    If enrolling for a full qualification of Certificate III and you meet eligibility criteria, we can offer you a co-contribution payment with funding under the Certificate III Guarantee. A co-contribution means the Government pays PRO Management a portion of your course fees.

    Eligibility Criteria
    1. Must not hold a previous qualification of Certificate III or enrolled in a certificate III level or higher qualification – not including qualifications completed at school and foundations skills training
    2. A QLD resident aged 15 or over (who is no longer at school).
    3. Is an Australian or New Zealand citizen (or a temporary resident with the necessary visa and on the pathway to permanent residency)

    These training courses can provide significant benefits to individuals, and the trainee is expected to contribute to the costs of the training through a co-contribution fee (dependent upon level of subsidy). This co-contribution fee can be paid by an employer or another third party but not by the training provider. Prospective course entrants are requested to make sure they are choosing the right course, as an individual can only access the Certificate III Guarantee once. Enrolling and not completing the course also cancels entitlement to that area of funding.

    For more information on the Certificate 3 Guarantee, please contact us or visit

    This funding is subsidised by the QLD Government, Department of Education and Training.

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  • QLD Higher Level Skills

    The aim of Queensland’s Higher Level Skills program is to assist individuals in attaining a higher-level qualification necessary to gain employment or career advancement. The cost of training for a higher-level qualification is subsidised by the QLD Government, whilst trainees contribute to the cost of their training through a ‘co-contribution fee’.

    Eligibility Criteria
    1. Trainees must be over 15 years of age and no longer in school.
    2. Must be a Queensland resident
    3. Trainees must be Australian or New Zealand citizens, or an Australian permanent resident (including humanitarian entrants), or a temporary resident with the necessary visa and work permits on the pathway to permanent residency.
    4. Must not have attained or be enrolled in a Certificate IV or higher-level qualification (not including qualifications completed at school or foundation skills training).

    For more information, including current fees and available courses, please contact us or visit

    This funding is subsidised by the QLD Government, Department of Education and Training.

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  • NSW Smart and Skilled

    NSW Smart and Skilled aims to assist New South Wales residents to obtain the skills necessary to gain employment and to further advance within their careers.

    Eligibility Criteria:
    To be eligible for funding for completion of a Certificate IV in Travel and Tourism under the NSW Smart and Skilled program, an individual must:
    – Be an Australian citizen, Australian permanent resident, Australian permanent humanitarian visa holder or New Zealand citizen, and
    – Be aged 15 years or older, and
    – Live or work in NSW (or an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander person living in specific NSW border areas),
    – No longer be at school or equivalent.

    For more information, including current fees and available courses, please contact us or visit

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  • Enrolment Process

    A snapshot of PRO Management’s enrolment process involves:

    Step 1. Prospective student expresses an interest in undertaking training with us and contacts PRO Management (via email or online enquiry form).
    Step 2. PRO Management provides information via email to the prospective student, including the enrolment process, fees, locations etc.
    Step 3. The prospective student reviews this information and if they would like to continue with the process, gets in touch with PRO Management.
    Step 4. PRO Management registers the prospective student on the business’ student management system
    Step 5. Prospective student will receive an electronic version of the Student Handbook (including all student information) and an electronic link to enrol. If receiving government funding for your studies, a consent form will be sent involving the use of information and a declaration stating that the information provided is true, accurate, correct and not misleading, and that the student has been provided with all Student Information including fees chargeable.
    Step 6. PRO Management provides the prospective student with a quote of the fees that will be involved in the prospective student’s chosen training course/s.
    Step 7. Prospective student reviews this information and if willing to progress, informs PRO Management.
    Step 8. PRO Management will invoice the prospective student with relevant fees.
    Step 9. Following the payment of a deposit, the student will be enrolled in their first unit of competency.

    PRO Management’s entire enrolment process is set out in the Student Handbook provided to students via email, prior to their enrolment in any training course.

    If you have any further questions about PRO Management’s enrolment process, please contact