The best way to GET started is to read our Student Handbook and download our enrolment form:

Once you have completed the enrolment form:

Upon enrolment, GET will work out with you what is the best mode of study for you. If you have done previous studies or have extensive experience working in the social and emotional wellbeing area you may qualify for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) or credit transfer.

There are government and employer programs that could provide financial assistance to help you GET the qualifications and career you’ve dreamed of.



AbStudy is a program funded by the Australian Government to help with some of the study costs of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island people.

Find out if you’re eligible for AbStudy


AuStudy is a program funded by the Australian Government to help with some of the study costs of people over the age of 25.

Find out if you’re eligible for AuStudy

Many employers have financial support programs for employees to upgrade their skills, knowledge and qualification. Talk to your manager to see if your employer can offer time off and financial support for you to study and GET ahead.

Our vision

“Qualified Counsellors supporting healthy social and emotional well-being in every Indigenous community, for stronger families and for future generations”.

Training In 2021!

Register your interest!

It’s time to get your enrolments in for our 2021 classes. Starting with the following classes:

CHC43315 Certificate IV in Mental Health (PDF)

Starting 1 February 2021

CHC51015 Diploma of Counselling (PDF)

Starting 7 March 2021

BSB51918 Diploma of Leadership and Management

Starting 15 February 2021

Contact GET before all spots are filled.

Course Delivery 
Our courses are now delivered in a blended style – online with Zoom and face-to-face where possible.
Delivery is a week at a time, with a 6-8 week break between blocks
This allows for Volunteer, Casual, Part-Time and Full-Time workers.

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