Has your learning, or that of an apprentice you know, been disrupted by a lack of technology during the COVID-19 pandemic?
We have good news!
Applications are open for the Technology Access Fund for Learners (TAFL) until 31 December 2020.
This Government funding is for apprentices who need digital devices such as laptops or related products like software, headsets, internet and/or data, to continue to succeed in their learning.
This is a great opportunity for learners that meet the specific criteria to gain access to the tech tools needed to complete their eLearning.
To be eligible for technology assistance, successful applicants must;
Please read the full application criteria, approved qualifications and terms and conditions carefully before applying.
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