We know you play a big role in helping students and their families with the transition after high school. We’ve created a school leavers resource eKit to help you. Please use it to share information about our payments and services for students.
By using this eKit, you agree to use our resources in the exact form we provide them. You must not change the designs in any way.
What’s in the eKit
You’ll find a number of useful resources to use and share with families and students.
|How they can help
|Guide to the eKit
|Read this guide before you start using the resources.
|This presentation gives an introduction to our payments and services for students and trainees.
|Print or share these digitally to help students learn about our payments, myGov, managing your money and careers in the Australian Public Service.
|Print or share this digitally to help students learn about managing their money.
|An email to send your students to help them find support after year 12.
|YouTube video links
|Share links to the videos in our Information for students and trainees playlist.
|Print and display these in your school or training centre to promote Youth Allowance, ABSTUDY and the support available for rural and remote students.
|Infographic on steps to claiming
|Share this online or print to help students claim a payment from us.
|Social media tiles
|Share these tiles on your social media accounts.
|Fact sheet on the Tertiary Access Payment
|Print and share this with regional, rural or remote students in year 12 who are moving for tertiary study.
What other resources are available
We have other resources you can find that aren’t in the resource eKit.
We have translated publications for students in their language about all of the following:
- financial assistance for students
- confirming your identity
- creating a myGov account
- support that’s available for parents of new students.
Our ABSTUDY eKits can help you share information about ABSTUDY payments.
You can also read about how else you can help students learn about Centrelink payments.