Education Finance Options available for this qualification
We have pre-arranged two financing options for this program.
Our standard payment plan is for instalments of up to $1,500 per month with payment plans of up to 12 months possible.
With a longer term payment plan please be aware that we are unable to issue your qualification until the course is paid for in full.
You can pay in full upfront if your course is being paid for by an organisation.
Education Finance Providers
There are a number of options available to you to finance your studies.
You may have a home loan redraw facility or be able to access a personal loan with your banking services provider.
Alternatively consider the option of one of the education finance providers below. Interest rate ranges are based on information provided on the following organisations sites. They were accessed 27.10.2017 and may have varied. Please make all enquiries with the finance provider and consider your own circumstances before entering into a finance arrangement.
Harmoney – the interest rates range from 6.99% to 29.99% depending on the amount you borrow, term you arrange and you credit rating.
What is the eligibility criteria for a Harmoney loan?
To be eligible to apply for a loan through Harmoney:
- you must be a natural person (that is, not a company, partnership, incorporated society, trust, or other legal entity);
- you must be an Australian citizen or permanent resident or New Zealand citizen with a valid Australian driver licence or valid Australian passport;
- you must be 18 years of age or older when you register; and
- you must have an acceptable credit record, as determined by Harmoney at its discretion.
Applicants with past insolvencies or bankruptcies will not be considered for loans.
Am I eligible to apply for a loan with Moneyplace?
To get a loan from Moneyplace, there are some basic eligibility requirements. You must:
- Be applying as an individual (no joint applications, or applications in your company or business name)
- Be a citizen or permanent resident of Australia and currently residing in Australia
- Be earning an income of at least $20,000 per year (you cannot be earning the majority of your income from Government benefits)
- Be considered by them as having an acceptable credit record
- Be at least 18 years of age
- Not have any outstanding defaults
- Not have any court judgements, writs, or bankruptcies
- Not currently in collections for any existing debts
If you are self-employed, you must also:
- Have been trading for at least 2 years
- Provide the previous financial year’s tax return, that shows income has been paid to you from your business, and the notice of assessment
- Be borrowing for predominantly personal or personal investment purposes
Achieving your Career Goals
If your goal is to become a Family Dispute Resolution Practitioner and you can’t afford to pay for your course over twelve months then Education Finance may be the answer.