You may have heard that the State Government has announced a $53 million package that will see some TAFE fees slashed. What they didn’t announce is that this also applies to CET’s award winning apprenticeship training.
Starting from January 2020 and running until the end of 2021, the course fees for the UEE30811 Certificate III in Electrotechnology Electrician are capped, meaning that depending on what units are scheduled, the fees could almost be halved for some apprentices. The devil is in the detail as they say, so please feel free to contact CET if you have further questions.
This is a great result for electrical apprentice training – and it's on the back of lobbying by ECA WA and CET to get a better deal for our apprentices and employers.