Are listed with each course and are a once only cost payable on enrolment.
This cost provides for Tuition and Administration costs only. Enrolment into
a class will only be accepted on payment. Note: In accordance with Standard 7.3 of the Standards for Registered Training Organisations 2015, the College will not accept prepayments of over $1500 in accordance with the NSSC policy on the Protection of Student Fees Paid in Advance.
These guidelines are available for your reference at https://docs.education.gov.au/system/files/doc/other/protectionofstudentfeespaidinadvance.pdf
The College does not confirm bookings. Enrolments in a course or workshop
should be considered effective, unless we contact you to state otherwise. Include
your email address on your enrolment form and we will be able to confirm your
booking by email if required.
New NSW Government Support means that Concessions for Accredited Courses are available for some courses. Contact the College for Eligibility. Other Concessions available for Pensioners, Seniors Card and others supported by Centrelink.
There are no concessions for courses under $75. For courses where the fee is up to and including $120 the reduction is $15, for all other courses the reduction is $20.
Please ask for a materials list on enrolment.
Materials are not provided by the College unless stated. Students should allow
for this cost when choosing a course.
Program for People with Disabilities
Enrolment in any course for companions of people with disabilities
is FREE where that Companion has enabled a person with a disability
to participate in a College course. Contact the College for details
as to which courses are easily accessible.
A refund will only be made where the College cancels a course. Please
choose your course carefully as the College cannot accept responsibility
for changes in personal circumstances which prevent attendance. Once
a course is planned, funds are then committed to course costs and cannot
be refunded. Once a course has commenced, we regret we cannot arrange
a transfer to another course.
For telephone, fax or mail enrolments, receipts are available
Anyone can become a member of Nepean Community College.
Membership offers the entitlement to be mailed College programs, attendance
at the Annual General Meetings and allows for voting on issues of importance.
Membership is set at $2 and is separate to enrolment fees for courses.
otherwise stated, all courses and workshops are for people 15 years
and over. Younger participants may be accepted if accompanied by a fee
The College exists to provide opportunities
to learn. It will make every effort to provide reasonable adjustments
where it is financially able. Additonally if you believe language,
literacy or numeracy is a barrier to participation please advise
any staff member to be put in touch with our Literacy Coordinator.
Where learning is evaluated in our courses it will be done so in
a manner sensitive to your individual needs. Don’t hesitate to raise
any concerns you have with whichever staff you feel comfortable doing