Government Training Incentives

ANZIIF traineeships have been benchmarked against the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF), resulting in a nationally recognised and quality assured qualification.

Depending on which state the trainee lives, government funding is available for the Certificate IV in General Insurance. There are programs available to both new and existing employees, and employees who have already begun but not yet completed an ANZIIF qualification may also be eligible.

In order to assess your eligibility for government training incentives, contact your nearest Australian Apprenticeship Support Network (AASN).  AASN’s are contracted by the Australian Government and they will assist you by assessing your eligibility for government training incentives and later, managing your training contract. To get started, search for your nearest AASN and set up an interview.

Benefits for Employers

Employers enjoy a range of benefits by offering traineeships, including:

  • versatile and productive employees that can form part of a cost-effective and long term staff retention strategy
  • the ability to fast track as the business requires, with traineeships typically undertaken within 12 to 24 months
  • flexible delivery to suit your company’s professional development programs
  • an individual training plan for each trainee developed by ANZIIF in conjunction with the employer
  • professional development and training for employees provided by the Asia-Pacific’s leading provider of insurance education
  • peer recognition and eligibility to apply for CIP membership of ANZIIF, and access to a host of member benefits.

Benefits for Employees

  • professional development provided by the Asia-Pacific’s leading provider of insurance education
  • receipt of an AQF qualification upon successful completion of the program
  • peer recognition and eligibility to apply for CIP membership of ANZIIF, and access to a host of member benefits.

Program Fees and Funding

Financial Incentives

Employers can receive pre-approval for traineeship subsidies with no obligation and at no charge via a pre-program employee eligibility check.* A pre-approval check is available from  an ANZIIF-preferred Australian Apprenticeship Support Network (AASN). Contact ANZIIF for its preferred AASN's or visit the Australian Apprenticeships website

Employers who receive a government subsidy will receive their payment directly. ANZIIF is not involved in the subsidy process.

Delivery Method and Student Support

Each module in the traineeship runs for 5 or 7 weeks and is based on individual study. Assessment consists of an Exam (Part A and Part B) and an Interactive Simulation. Our units are fully online and all study material is accessed online. 

ANZIIF offers student support via pre-enrolment contact to help students to develop an individual study plan. Other support services are also available based on individual student needs.

Trainees may be eligible for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) credits for modules at no extra cost based on previous formal studies or relevant professional experience. 

Competencies and Content Provided in Each Qualification

Information on ANZIIF's Certificate IV in General Insurance units are available by clicking here.

How to Apply

  • Have your employer contact an Australian Apprenticeship Support Network (AASN) to determine your eligibility for funding and to set up a training contract
  • Your AASN will provide ANZIIF with confirmation of your traineeship
  • ANZIIF will contact you to set up a personalised study plan to commence your qualification.

To discuss ANZIIF’S Government Training Incentive program, please contact our Customer Service team.

*This is subject to conditions including previous funding, students completing any prior pre-requisite qualifications, and full completion within Nominal Program Duration.