Our students are at the centre of ALL that we do!
How to Enrol in a Tactile Learning training program.
High school students talk to your guidance officer.
Apprentices or Trainees nominate Tactile Learning as your SRTO.
Independent students enquire through the course page.
We work with all students, from all backgrounds, to make sure you have access to a supportive environment where you feel confident to achieve your goals for the future.
- Committed to providing training to everyone who needs an opportunity to thrive.
- Committed to working with all students, regardless of your barriers to learning.
- Committed to providing pathways for students who aren’t doing well in school.
- Committed to providing a supportive environment to help you achieve your goals.
Our trainers are committed to providing you with training that will lead to career pathways and opportunities. We help you overcome barriers and develop practical skills so that you can build a rewarding career for yourself.
Speak with your trainer or teacher to request additional support at any point.
Personal Circumstances Support
We help find options for you to complete your training that work within your personal circumstances.
Our trainers offer exceptional in-class support for our students with disabilities.
Speak to your trainer or contact our office for assistance in finding employment.
Literacy & Numeracy Support
We evaluate the level of support that each individual student requires within the classroom.
Further Study Support
Contact our office for advice and guidance to help you transition into further study.
The Queensland Government provides some subsidies and funding options for eligible students. The funding is designed to provide Queenslanders with the skills needed to gain meaningful and sustainable employment as well as to assist with skills shortages.
Queensland Skills Gateway provides a tool to help you check if you are eligible for government-subsidised training in Queensland. You can also find more information regarding the Queensland VET Investment Plan and the training programs that are available here.
In order to offer training and assessment services that are subsidised by the Department of Youth Justice, Employment, Small Business and Training (DYJESBT), a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) must be pre-approved by DYJESBT to become a Skills Assure Supplier (SAS). Tactile Learning maintains current SAS status.
Vet in Schools (VETiS)
There are a number of ways that you can undertake VET courses at school including as part of your school studies, as a school-based apprenticeship, or with an external registered training organisation (RTO).
Each high school student is eligible for one VETiS funded course – we recommend talking to your guidance officer, career counsellor, or contact our office to discuss the qualification that is right for you.
Certificate 3 Guarantee Program
This program is open to any Queensland resident aged 15 years or over and who is no longer at school. It is designed to help eligible individuals complete their first post-school Certificate III qualification so that they can increase their skills and move into employment, re-enter the workforce, or advance their career.
Find further information including full eligibility requirements is available on the DYJESBT website.
User Choice Program
The User Choice Program provides some funding contributions towards the cost of training and assessment, and is available for eligible Queensland apprentices and trainees. This includes students in years 10, 11, and 12 who are undertaking a school-based apprenticeship or traineeship.
The program provides the flexibility for apprentices / trainees and their employers to select a preferred registered training organisation (RTO) from a list of Skills Assure Suppliers (SAS).