Yes, all our qualifications are nationally recognised under the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF). This means that they are recognised and valued by employers and educational institutions throughout Australia.
To enrol in a course, you can either apply online through our website or visit our campus and complete the enrolment process in person. Our friendly staff will guide you through the application process and assist you with any queries you may have.
Entry requirements vary depending on the course and level of qualification. Some courses may require specific prerequisites, such as prior education or work experience. However, we also offer courses with no formal entry requirements, making them accessible to a wide range of individuals. For course specific requirements please contact our friendly staff and they would be happy to assist with any questions you may have
Yes, we offer flexible study options to accommodate the needs of our students. Many of our courses are available on a part-time basis, allowing you to balance your studies with work or other commitments. Additionally, we provide online learning platforms and resources for selected courses to offer greater convenience and accessibility.
We offer various payment options, including upfront payment, payment plans, and government funding schemes. Our team can provide you with detailed information on the available payment methods and assist you in choosing the best option for your circumstances.
Yes, we recognise prior learning and experience through our Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) process. If you have relevant knowledge or skills gained through work experience, previous studies, or other means, you may be eligible to receive credit or exemptions for specific units or qualifications. Our RPL assessment allows you to fast-track your learning journey.
The minimum age requirement for enrolling in our short courses is typically 16 years old. However, please note that certain courses may have specific age restrictions due to safety considerations or industry regulations. It’s important to check the course details or contact our team for precise information regarding age requirements for specific short courses.
Yes, there are age restrictions for obtaining high-risk work licenses due to the nature of the work involved. The minimum age requirement for most high-risk work licenses is 18 years old. This is to ensure the safety and welfare of individuals working in potentially hazardous environments. However, it’s essential to review the specific requirements outlined by the regulatory authority responsible for issuing high-risk work licenses in your jurisdiction.
TPA fills the gap with proven industry standard training
We operate as a Nationally Recognised Training organisation to help you obtain the necessary training you need when you want and how you want.
TPA acknowledges the Traditional Owners of Country throughout Australia and their continuing connection to land, sea, and community. We pay our respects to them and their cultures, to the Elders past, present, and emerging.