Our definition of stand-down for Jobseeker Support Student Hardship.
The Jobseeker Support Student Hardship is subject to a stand down under the Social Security Act 1964. A stand down is a period of time (usually up to a maximum of 2 weeks) where you can't receive a benefit payment. This could be longer depending on your circumstances (eg, you left your job without a good and sufficient reason or you were fired for misconduct).
Partner or child
If you have a partner or a child and you're in hardship because your Student Allowance has stopped and you're waiting for the Jobseeker Support Student Hardship to start, you may be able to get a Student Allowance Transfer Grant.