Prepay /prepaid means, payments made at any time made before, during or after the learner enrols.
Generally the Evolution Hospitality requires upfront payment of course fees. We do not accept pre-paid fees of more than $1000.
We do not require students to prepay fees in excess of $1000.
Prepaid fees include all fees that a learner is required to pay, including enrolment fee, tuition fees, material fees and any other mandatory fee component.
Note: Evolution Hospitality is only required to protect prepaid fees from individual learners and prospective learners which does not apply where an employer engages the RTO to provide training and/or assessment to its staff.
Example: Our Certificate IV in Business retails for $2000 and is a 10 week course. We will charge $1000 at time of enrolment and then $1000 after Week 7. Therefore Evolution Hospitality not need any protection measures.
If Evolution Hospitality changes this policy and such charge will be more than $1500 in prepaid fees, those fees will be protected by a Tuition Assurance Scheme approved by the Vet Regulator (ASQA), this assurance will ensure:
a) the learner will be placed into an equivalent course such that:
– the new location is geographically close to where the learner had been enrolled;and
– the learner receives the full services for which they have prepaid at no additional cost to the learner;or
b) if an equivalent course cannot be found, the learner is paid a refund of any prepaid fees for services yet to be delivered above the threshold prepaid fee amount.
In line with our values on equity and access a student may approach the RTO if they have circumstances that warrant an alternative payment structure. A payment plan may be warranted.
The price of a qualification is made up of the costs to deliver the training including assessment. A personal cost may occur which includes essential equipment (chef knives, tool kit, uniform, text books and ingredients that are above the required standard and the choice of the student)