DTWD Funded Training

AIWT offers a range of government subsidised courses and funding opportunities through Jobs and Skills WA.

We work closely with individuals, trainees, and employers to establish new and existing training opportunities.

This may be in the form of a Traineeship under an employer or as an individual student under Priority Industry Training (PIT)

The WA Government has established the following websites to assist you with all the necessary information to discover your publicly funded training options.


The Department of Training and Workforce Development and Jobs & Skills WA manage the State Government’s investment into vocational education and training in Western Australia. They can assist individuals and employers in the process of arranging training with AIWT.

In order to be eligible for publicly funded training, students must have left school, your primary place of residence must be in Western Australia and you are:

Please note that access to subsidised training is subject to availability and relates only to specific AIWT courses.

If you believe you meet the requirements for funding or you have an employee willing to offer you a traineeship, please contact AIWT to discuss your options.


Lower Fees, Local Skills program

Please refer to the FAQ Lower Fees, Local Skills

To download the Funded Courses Fees, please click here

The Student tuition fees are indicative only and are subject to change given individual circumstances at enrolment. Additional fees may apply such as Student service and resource fees.