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Frequently asked questions

Enrolment and applications

Once your application is submitted to TAFE admissions, you will receive via email either one of:

  1. An acknowledgement of your application and details of any further evidence required to assess your eligibility or
  2. An acknowledgement of your application and confirmation that no further evidence is required to assess your eligibility or
  3. An instant offer, if you are eligible and the course is not deemed competitive.

If you have applied for a non-competitive course, as soon as you are assessed as eligible, you will receive an offer to your email. Please make sure the email you provide on your application is up to date and checked regularly. 

Late applications may be accepted and offers made only if there are places available.

When you enrol in a course at Central Regional TAFE, you may be required to pay a number of different fees, including:

Course fees:
Course fees are the sum of fees for all the units you enrol in and may vary depending on the specific course you enrol in.

Resource fees:
Resource fees are charged for any essential materials that your course requires. It covers any materials that the College buys to be consumed or transformed by students, such as workshop materials, workbooks and essential uniforms.

Other fees:
Other fees may be charged for goods and services that are not essential to your course. This includes parking, membership to student organisations and security passes. 

Other costs: 
In addition to the fees listed above, you may need to purchase textbooks, uniforms or other equipment. Your Pre Enrolment package will inform you if this is required.

For specific information about your course fees, contact us using the details at the bottom of this page.

For more information about fees and payment options, click here.

Student accounts

Contact Central Regional TAFE via email or phone 1800 672 700. If you can provide us with your first and last names and date of birth we can provide your Student ID.

You'll need to register as a new student using your new personal email address. Tick the box 'I have previously applied or studied here' and if you can recall your Student ID enter it in the 'previous student ID' box. This will help us to consolidate your new and previous student information.

Check the personal email you used at registration and check the junk or spam folder in case it has been incorrectly flagged as junk. Failing this, contact CRTAFE via email or phone 1800 672 700. We can confirm your enrolment status and arrange for your details to be re-sent.

Refer to our 'How to login to Office 365' guide. You are required to change your password from this default on first login. Forcing this password to change is required to sync your Blackboard, Student Portal, Wi-Fi & computer logins in classrooms and campus libraries.

General questions

You must advise CRTAFE in writing if you want to withdraw at any time from your course. You will have to complete and submit an Application for Withdrawal or Refund form, available from the Client Services team located on campus in the Main Administration building.

Completed forms need to be submitted to the Manager of Student Services, in person, at the Main Administration building or by email.

Your lecturer is the best person to assist when any enquiry in relation to course information (structure, access to resources, assessment requirements etc.). You may also contact the client services team on 1800 672 700 who can also assist.

If your questions relates to fees, deferment or withdrawing from training, please contact the Client Services Team or Student Services Team on 1800 672 700.

Our Semester dates can be viewed here, however your lecturer is the best person to assist when any enquiry in relation to specific course commencement dates, duration etc. You may also contact the client services team on 1800 672 700 for course specific information.