CDU VET gives you flexibility and support to succeed in your studies. Study and training is available full time, part time, on-the-job or you can just enrol in a single unit - so you can fit a course in with your other commitments. Some training can be completed entirely online or as a mix of face-to-face and online.
CDU offers VET Student Loans (previously known as VET FEE-HELP), a government program providing financial loans to cover all or part of your tuition fees. You could be eligible for a VET Student Loans program if you’re enrolled in a VET Diploma course or higher, regardless of your age.
Yes. We know that the knowledge you’ve gained in life can be valuable to your education. Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) is a way to use your existing skills, knowledge and experience to gain exemption from certain units or even a complete qualification. To find out how this could work for you, contact the RPL Coordinator on 1800 085 209 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Yes. Graduating with a Certificate IV or Diploma guarantees credit transfer to a Bachelor degree in the same field or discipline at CDU. Talk to us about what this means for you.
Combine work with structured training, and earn a nationally recognised qualification while you learn. Many of our qualifications are available to apprentices and trainees. You’ll need to find an employer to take you on and sign a contract of training with Australian Apprenticeships NT. Ask us if you need further information.
Absolutely. Find out which VET courses are available from your school’s VET coordinator or careers adviser. Then contact us for more info about the courses.
Speak to us about your enrolment options as many qualifications do not require completion of Year 12. Perhaps maths isn’t your strong point or your written skills need development? We offer to help you overcome any barriers during your course. Ask us about CDU Learner Support Services to find out more.