Enrolment Terms and Conditions

You are required to complete a Spring Into Training enrolment form prior to commencing training. This enrolment form provides SITTC with information regarding your contact details and shows intent to begin training with Spring Into Training.
Along with your personal information, the information on this form allows us to accurately record your training details onto our database. This enrolment form also enables us to collect statistical data as required by Australian Vocational Education and Training Management Information Statistical Standard (AVETMISS). As a Registered Training Organisation we are required by legislation to collect this data and submit it to the relevant state training authorities. The purpose of collecting this data is to enable analysis and comparison of the training system, state by state and Australia wide. This also provides information to assist in the RPL process.
If you are entering into an Apprenticeship/Traineeship (which may also be referred to as a New Apprenticeship), the process has a number of steps that are followed over the training period.

Enrolment is not recognised as complete until:

You understand and agree to the terms and conditions of the training you are entering into
Signed and completed the student declaration
Payment arrangements have been made; Or payment plan set up with a deposit (set at the discretion of SITTC) and accepted by both parties
Supplied your Unique Student Identifier number and ID in the form of a passport, driving licence or medicare card
Completed an enrollment form
Individual course fees are listed on our website under course hours and course fees
An induction into your training will then be discussed with you prior to commencing any course or training


Cooling off period and Consumer Protection

SITTC is committed to providing our participants with the best possible services and products. Under the WA consumer protection laws you have 10 business days to reconsider the contract (unsolicited agreement). During this time you can cancel the contract without penalty. This is called the ‘cooling-off’ period.
 If the agreement was negotiated over the phone, the cooling-off period begins on the first business day after you received the contract. If the agreement was not negotiated over the phone, the cooling off period begins on the first business day after the contract was made (signed by both parties to the contract). Please note that the cooling off period only applies to “unsolicited agreements”
To find out more please visit the Commerce WA website: https://www.commerce.wa.gov.au/consumer-protection/cooling-and-cancelling-unsolicited-contracts