Subsidised Training eligibility criteria requires photographic evidence to prove who you are and confirm your residential address, before you can enrol to study at TAFE SA.
Training Providers are required to collect and keep records of evidence of eligibility including evidence to verify student existence, to ensure that only persons who have a valid “identity” and who “exist” are accessing funding entitlements.
The test of identity includes evidence of:
Photographic identification of a person’s existence is required to be collected and recorded by a Training Provider at each time of enrolment, and must be copied and retained by the Training Provider together with the Enrolment Agreement.
In addition to the forms of evidence identified above, the following forms of evidence can also be used as proof of identity.
The student will need to supply one of the following documents if their residential address was not included on the evidence of existence listed above:
Note: ‘Screen dumps’ from financial institutions are not acceptable, with or without financial institution branch stamps.
The following documents must be presented to record a change of name:
AND one of the following:
For further information please visit: Skills SA
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