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Commission Match Guarantee (Migration Alliance)

We have revised our commission rates to ensure that you will receive the most competitive rates in the market as well as providing quality service.



*Only applicable for our Online (E-learning) training, for all other training methods, you will receive a 35% - 55% commission rate.


If you can find a training service provider with higher commission rate anywhere else, we will match it.

The Commission Beat Guarantee that we are offering is in line with our commitment to providing you the best support possible. If there are other training service providers who are able to give you a higher commission than ours – we will match the commission and provide you with a same day service for meeting the requirements of Training Benchmark B.


How does it work?

Simple, just email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and provide us with a quotation from another training service provider and we will match their commission rate.


We value quality over everything else.

You can be assured that the training documents which include a detailed training invoice and dated training receipt are meticulously prepared to ensure that all details are accurate and that the needs of your clients are met.

Our training plans are comprehensive and detailed in accordance to the training needs of the client and it satisfies all the training requirements set out by DIBP. As such all our courses are approved by Australian training standards.

This is a validation of our commitment in setting high quality standards in whatever work we do and in always aiming to give you and your clients the best.


Download Our Order Form To Kickstart The Training Process


Call us at 1300 734 711 (Option 2)

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  • Guest
    Raul senise Wednesday, 02 August 2017

    How can this comply to the latest Instrument in regards to acceptable training for training benchmark A?

    Expenditure is NOT acceptable for the purposes of meeting this benchmark where made to:

    (a) training funds operated by Registered Training Organisations (RTOs) or private individuals; or
    (b) funds that allocate a percentage or part of the contributions received to commissions or offer refunds for failed immigration applications.

  • Guest
    Michael Thursday, 03 August 2017

    i think you have mistaken
    this article is meant for training benchmark b

  • Guest
    Agent whiz Wednesday, 02 August 2017

    I would suggest that the commissions are not being paid out of the fund itself....also it seems this is Training Benchmark B

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