Job seeker support
1. Are you a job seeker?
Are you thinking about studying so you can develop the right skills to get the job you want?
Are you signed up with an employment service provider or disability employment service?
CIT has a study option to put you on the right path to build the future you want.
Maybe you have money worries?
We can offer:
Fee Concessions - 50% concessions for eligible concession card holders
ACT Government Fee Assistance - Support is provided towards course fees and/or text books for eligible new and continuing CIT students experiencing financial hardship in gaining a qualification for employment.
Fee Payment Plans - Payment plans can be set up for students to make payments throughout the current semester via weekly, fortnightly or monthly due dates.
Need other support?
2. Do you need help with your reading, writing or maths?
Whether you are 'study ready' or your foundation skills (reading, writing and using numbers) could be stronger, we can help you build these up.
Check the strength of your skills by taking this free, confidential online language, literacy and numeracy assessment.
3. Contacting the right person at CIT
For an appointment or referral for any of the CIT Student Support Services, please contact CIT Student Services Infoline on (02) 6207 3188 or email email@example.com.
1. Before you call:
Decide which course you’d like to know more about. Perhaps find out the name of the teaching area.
2. When you call the Infoline:
Tell them which course or teaching area you are interested in.
Ask to be transferred to an admin officer in that area.
3. Wait to be transferred
Once you have been transferred, the admin officer can take your enquiry.
4. Not sure what you should study?
CIT is enrolling in a range of Skilled Capital Certificate II courses NOW
Remember SKILLED CAPITAL offers additional support for English language, literacy and numeracy!
If you call CIT Student Services via our Infoline (02) 6207 3188, you can ask to be put in touch with an administration officer from the teaching area.
Some questions you might like to ask are:
1. Is there an information session that you can attend?
2. What is the duration of the course (how long the course goes for)?
3. What is the course timetable (maybe it’s at night and you have small children)?
4. And a short description of what is involved in that course (what does it cover? You don’t want surprises!)
Other options for study pathways:
5. Ready to enrol?
If you have found a course you would like to apply for, you can:
Use the Entry/Apply tab in the course offering on the CIT website to apply online.
Make an appointment to visit the CIT course area and enrol in person. To do this contact
CIT Student Services on (02) 6207 3188 or email firstname.lastname@example.org