Payment Plans

Payment Plans to suit all budgets


The benefits of using Transformed’s 6 month payment plan option include: 

  • Pay your course off sooner - don’t have the debt hanging around for years. 
  • Pay the real price for the course - no additional loan or processing fees added.  VET FEE HELP adds 20% onto the amount of your loan – with a 6 month payment plan with Transformed, you only pay the amount of your loan.
Eligibility for paying via a payment plan option: 

  1. Have a bank account (Australian) or credit card for regular direct debits. 
  2. Able to pay initial deposit amount - can be just $500 depending on course cost. 
Unlike VET FEE HELP, you can begin payments as soon as you start studying and you can also pay off early with no penalties. 

A weekly payment for a Diploma level building and construction qualification (via distance) on a 6 month plan can be just $117.69. Fortnightly and monthly payments also available.

Take our self assessment survey

Are you interested in finding out if you have options for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) for a qualification?
 
Do you have some work experience or have been in the workforce for a number of years but not sure how you can apply your existing knowledge to achieving a qualification?
 
Our self assessment survey will give you more information for what your self paced learning pathway looks like based onyour work and life experience – ie do you have options for Recognition of PriorLearning (RPL) or is a distance package best for you – or a blend of both.
 
The survey is free and it takes just 10 mins to complete and within 24 hours you will have a response from a Transformed team member with your recommended learning pathway as well as the fee to complete and the next steps should you wish to enrol. We have payment plans to suit all budgets. 
 
It’s that easy – click on the green button to take a survey for the qualification you are interested in NOW.

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Our Clients
Transformed works across a broad range of industries in both government and private sectors.
Federal Government
  • Attorney General’s Department
  • Australian Federal Police
  • Australian Trade Commission
  • Australian War Memorial
  • Biosecurity Australia 
  • Centrelink
State Government
  • Building Services Authority (QLD)
  • Public Works (QLD) 
  • Department of Treasury (ACT) 
  • Disabilities Services Commission (WA) 
  • Darwin Ports Corporation 
  • Department of Business and Employment (NT)
Selected Private Sector
  • AbiGroup
  • Access Economics
  • ATCO Structures
  • Australian Institute of Management
  • Australian Institute of Project Management
  • Australia Post