What is an eLearning Subscription?

The Subscription entitles your Local Government to enrol an unlimited number of learners to undertake selected eLearning course(s) within the subscription period.

WALGA’s annual subscription period starts on 1 November through to 31 October. 
A pro rata subscription can be taken out at any time during the year but subscriptions will be calculated up to the 31 October the following year i.e. your subscription costs will cover a period of 12 months plus pro rata time frame.

An eLearning Subscription provides a Local Government with full access to a Client Portal where a nominated Local Government Officer is responsible for the administration to your selected eLearning course/s to create and manage users, control enrolments and download certificates and reports.

How much do they cost?

WALGA offers a payment structure based on SAT Bands. eLearning subscriptions are a more affordable option than individual eLearning enrolments, in particular if you have high number of enrolments.

You can download the eLearning Subscription Agreement form here: eLearning Subscription Form  or email training@walga.asn.au.


SAT Band Pricing Structure

Number of Courses SAT Band 4 SAT Band 3 SAT Band 2 SAT Band 1
1 $1,050 $1,840 $2,100 $2,625
2 $1,840 $2,890 $3,675 $4,200
3 $2,625 $3,675 $4,725 $5,520
4 $3,420 $4,465 $5,520 $6,825
5 $4,200 $5,250 $6,300 $7,350
5+ Contact WALGA Training for a customised quote

What SAT Band is my Local Government?

The Salaries and Allowances Tribunal determines the SAT Band level of each Local Government each financial year. For the latest information please visit their website or contact us.

It is the responsibility of the Local Government to ensure that learners who have been provided with IT hardware and software have the necessary basic skills to use the equipment provided to them, prior to enrolling into any WALGA eLearning courses. This includes, but not limited to, eLearning, webinars, virtual classrooms and online assessments. WALGA Training cannot accept responsibility for learners who are unable to navigate web browsers or use software provided to them by the Local Government. Students that contact WALGA Training requesting this type of support will be referred back to their Local Government for training.