AAHB offers students’ payment plans to assist you in commencing your career in the creative industries based up on your chosen course and its study pattern.
Payment plans can be discussed at the time of interview or school tour.
Certificate 3 Guarantee and Higher Level Skills (HLS) Program
The Certificate 3 Guarantee and Higher Level Skills program is a key initiative under the Queensland Government’s five-year training reform action plan, Great skills. Real opportunities.
The Certificate 3 Guarantee provides a government subsidy to support eligible individuals to complete their first post-school certificate III qualification.
Funding is currently available for several Beauty courses offered by the AAHB with Queensland Government contributing between $2,370 (non concession) to $3,160 (full concession) depending on the applicants individual circumstances towards the total course costs. While co-payments of between $4,350 and $5,655 are on offer for the Diploma of Beauty.
For more information on the Certificate 3 Guarantee and Higher Level Skills Programs and to see if you are eligible please click the link below.
Austudy / Youth Allowance / TCC
AAHB offers a range of flexible and affordable payment options available to eligible students. It means that if you are an eligible student, you may be able to pay your tuition fees via instalments.
are a domestic student (Australian Citizen/Australian Permanent Resident/New Zealand Citizen/Permanent Humanitarian Visa)
must pay your application/enrolment fee upfront
will be able to pay all the instalments before completion of your course
are enrolled in a course with a duration of more than two (2) months
In addition to these services offered by AAHB individual students may also be eligible for additional assistance in their education, please click on the appropriate link for more information.
As a full-time student (3 day or 5 day study patterns) AAHB students may qualify for the Queensland Government Transport Concession Card.
All tertiary/post-secondary students in Queensland are required to have a Tertiary Transport Concession Card (TTCC) as proof of eligibility to purchase and travel on a concession go card or concession paper ticket.
Application forms will be provided and lodged by the school on your first official day of college. (Processing of the card may take up to 15 business).
A concession entitles the passenger to 50% off fares on approved public transport anywhere in Queensland. You must always have your TTCC and student identification card with you when you travel. The TTCC does not replace your go card or paper ticket.
The TTCC is valid for up to 12 months (or the length of the student’s course, if less than 12 months)