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WCIG Training offers a range of courses, from pre-accredited to accredited. Your eligibility varies depending on which course you wish to study. 

Australian citizens, New Zealand citizens and permanent resident visa holders are eligible for Victorian and Commonwealth funding when they study a course at WCIG.

It is best to contact WCIG Training to discuss your eligibility and funding options further. 

WCIG Training runs courses in various locations throughout Melbourne, including at its Footscray, Melton, St Albans, Werribee, Sunshine,  Epping and  Roxburgh Park sites. 

WCIG Training also runs courses from its Geelong site. 

Please note: Most of our courses are offered with blended learning. Our trainers runs the majority of sessions virtually. However, many of the courses do require students to attend one of our sites to complete simulated learning once a month. 

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WCIG Training offers four fee options for students considering studying at WCIG.

  1. Government subsidised
  2. Concession tuition fees
  3. Job Trainer fee
  4. Fee for Service – applies to students who are ineligible for any of the options above. 

Yes. WCIG Training is committed to finding a placement for students as part of its service  and agreement to all students. 

No. We cannot offer you a trial to see if a course is right for you.  Instead we offer course tasters, which provides you with insight into what our accredited courses will involve. For example, we offer a short course, Introduction to Early Childhood Education and Care, which is gives you a good understanding of what Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care will involve. 

There are various ways in which you can apply for a course at WCIG. You can

  • complete a registration form on the website, or
  • contact us and we can arrange a time to meet you to discuss the course and complete your registration.

It depends on which course you are studying. Courses are either delivered;

  • on-campus/classroom, for example our English as an Additional Language courses, or
  • blended learning (i.e., a mix of face-to-face and online learning with trainer-led sessions via zoom. Our in-person sessions are held at a pre-determined site once per month for simulated learning. Blended learning is supplemented with guided activities by our learning management system, Axcelerate. Courses that offer blended learning include: Certificate III in Individual Support, Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care, and Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care.   

There are several steps to our application process:

  1. Apply online or in person
  2. WCIG Training will conduct a pre-training review and assess your application against your eligibility
  3. If you meet the eligibility requirements, we offer your a place in your nominated course

If you are deemed ineligible to participate in a course at WCIG, we will let you know the reason why your application was declined. 

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