The Targeted Training and Apprenticeship Fund (TTAF) will support learners to undertake fees free vocational education and training.
TTAF will make a range of training programmes at sub-degree level free for learners, covering fees from 1 July 2020 until 31 December 2022. It is targeted towards industry skill needs where demand from employers for these skills are expected to stay strong or grow as New Zealand recovers from the impact of COVID-19.
The areas of study covered by TTAF are:
What does this mean for Vision College?
Thanks to the Governments TTAF, we are able to provide our Information Technology programmes and Mechanical Engineering programme as fee-free courses to domestic students! You won't need to apply for this funding, we'll take care of it all for you when you enrol.
Which programmes are eligible for TTAF?
Information Technology and Mechanical Engineering are two of the targeted areas for TTAF.
This means we can offer the following free courses to domestic students:
How long will my fees be covered for?
This fund covers fees from 1 July 2020 to 31 December 2022.
Will I still be eligible for Fees Free Study?
Yes, the TTAF does don't impact or use your existing Fees Free funding.
Are there any requirements I have to meet to access this funding?
To be eligible for TTAF you must be a NZ Domestic student enrolling into a TTAF eligible programme. This means that people of any age regardless of their prior study can access fee-free study through TTAF.
CLICK HERE to find more information on the TTAF and the eligible fees free courses and qualifications.