The Capital Grants Program provides capital grants from the Australian and/or Queensland Governments. These grants assist schools of the independent sector (in receipt of recurrent funding) to construct, convert, refurbish and upgrade tuition and boarding facilities.
The External Infrastructure Subsidy Scheme assists eligible schools to meet external infrastructure costs associated with capital works projects, as required by local government authorities. Specifically, subsidies are provided in the areas of trunk charges and external infrastructure project works in connection with new school developments and redevelopment of existing school sites.
The Trade Training Centres in Schools (TTCiS) Program enabled schools with students in years 9 to 12 to seek funding for trade training facilities. The program ceased in November 2013. In January 2014, schools with in-principle funding approval for a TTCiS facility transitioned to the Trade Skills Centres Program.
With all funded facilities in the Queensland independent sector now operational (from mid-2015 onwards) and delivering approved training, schools with either a Trade Training Centres in Schools facility or a Trade Skills Centre facility will continue to operate under their binding funding agreements. Participating schools are still able to make reference to information relating to ongoing approved training delivery and annual reporting obligations contained in this part of the web site.