To deliver accredited subsidised training, you require an Accredited Training Service Agreement (ATSA).

What is an ATSA?

An ATSA is a contractual arrangement that allows you to deliver subsidised accredited training under your Head Agreement.

Read the Indicative ATSA to understand the terms and conditions.

Who can apply for an ATSA?

Registered training organisations that:

  • have an active Head Agreement
  • demonstrate a minimum of 12 continuous months of successfully delivering training and assessment services in South Australia.

You can apply to deliver qualifications on your Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA) scope.

To find subsidised training courses, see Subsidised Training List.

What subsidised activities can you deliver under an ATSA?

Once you have an ATSA, you can apply to deliver accredited subsidised activities, including:

  • Skilling South Australia Quotas (currently closed)
  • Skilling South Australia Projects that include an accredited training component

Skilling South Australia Projects do not require an accredited course to be on the STL. The course or skill set most suited to the project outcome will be considered for funding.

Apply for an ATSA

To apply for an ATSA, see Apply for an Accredited Training Service Agreement.

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