Trade loans, incentive payments and allowances

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    Trade Support Loans
    Trade Support Loans are loans paid in instalments totalling up to $20,000 over life of Australian Apprenticeship. These loans are intended to assist apprentices with everyday costs while they complete their apprenticeship. Eligible trade Australian Apprentices may apply (opt-in) for regular instalments according to their needs.

    Living Away From Home Allowance
    The Living Away From Home Allowance (LAFHA) is an allowance for eligible Australian Apprentices of any age during the first three years of training if they have to move away from their parents’ or guardians’ home in order to take up or retain an Australian Apprenticeship. The allowance is available to eligible full and part-time Australian Apprentices and Australian School-based Apprentices during the first three years of their training.

    Support For Adult Australian Apprentices
    The objective of the Support for Adult Australian Apprentices initiative is to remove barriers for Adult Australian Apprentices and to encourage up-skilling by adult workers through an Australian Apprenticeship.

    Youth Allowances and ABSTUDY
    Australian Apprentices may be eligible to access fortnightly payments delivered by Centrelink.

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