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Interstate industry short course fees

This stream provides funding for attendance at interstate industry short courses under the Industry Development Guidelines.

It is for emerging practitioners to gain specialist skills and knowledge not available in Tasmania.

  • Funding is available to eligible applicants for up to 50 per cent of the course fee.
  • Support is capped at $2 000 per financial year.
  • Support will not be available if similar course content has been offered in Tasmania within the previous six months.
  • Eligibility
  • Eligibility

    In addition to the eligibility described in the General Guidelines, applicants should be at ‘emerging level'.

  • Assessment criteria
  • Assessment criteria

    Applications will be assessed on:

    • evidence that the course will assist the career development of the applicant,
    • the extent to which the completion of the course will assist the applicant to get a job or attachment, and
    • any other plans the applicant has to fully utilise their time interstate to further their careers.
  • How do I apply?
  • How do I apply?

    Applications to attend short courses should be made at least three weeks prior to travel (for in-person courses) or the commencement of the online course. Currently, courses delivered in person cannot be supported because of COVID-19 risks.

    These guidelines should be read in conjunction with Screen Tasmania’s Terms of Trade and General Guidelines.

    Applicants must speak to Screen Tasmania’s Industry Development Manager to discuss their project before submitting an application. Please call Screen Tasmania on 03 6165 5070 to arrange a meeting.

    Applications must be lodged through the Applications Portal.

  • Eligibility
  • Eligibility

    In addition to the eligibility described in the General Guidelines, applicants should be at ‘emerging level'.

  • Assessment criteria
  • Assessment criteria

    Applications will be assessed on:

    • evidence that the course will assist the career development of the applicant,
    • the extent to which the completion of the course will assist the applicant to get a job or attachment, and
    • any other plans the applicant has to fully utilise their time interstate to further their careers.
  • How do I apply?
  • How do I apply?

    Applications to attend short courses should be made at least three weeks prior to travel (for in-person courses) or the commencement of the online course. Currently, courses delivered in person cannot be supported because of COVID-19 risks.

    These guidelines should be read in conjunction with Screen Tasmania’s Terms of Trade and General Guidelines.

    Applicants must speak to Screen Tasmania’s Industry Development Manager to discuss their project before submitting an application. Please call Screen Tasmania on 03 6165 5070 to arrange a meeting.

    Applications must be lodged through the Applications Portal.

    Eligibility

    Eligibility

    In addition to the eligibility described in the General Guidelines, applicants should be at ‘emerging level'.

    Assessment criteria

    Assessment criteria

    Applications will be assessed on:

    • evidence that the course will assist the career development of the applicant,
    • the extent to which the completion of the course will assist the applicant to get a job or attachment, and
    • any other plans the applicant has to fully utilise their time interstate to further their careers.

    How do I apply?

    How do I apply?

    Applications to attend short courses should be made at least three weeks prior to travel (for in-person courses) or the commencement of the online course. Currently, courses delivered in person cannot be supported because of COVID-19 risks.

    These guidelines should be read in conjunction with Screen Tasmania’s Terms of Trade and General Guidelines.

    Applicants must speak to Screen Tasmania’s Industry Development Manager to discuss their project before submitting an application. Please call Screen Tasmania on 03 6165 5070 to arrange a meeting.

    Applications must be lodged through the Applications Portal.