In today's busy world we rely on vehicles to get us where we need to go, and to enable the transport of goods around the country. The automotive industry covers a wide range of areas that contribute to the manufacturing and maintenance of cars, trucks, plant vehicles and automotive machinery.
The industry also offers opportunities to be involved in research and technology in areas such as vehicle safety and sustainable fuels, leading the industry into the future.
Qualifications and courses in this area can set you up for a career in a range of areas including vehicle repairs, paint and body building, mechanical technology, automotive electrics, heavy plant machinery and vehicles including trucks, and outdoor power equipment. And if cars or trucks aren't your thing, motorcycles are covered too.
Skills ready: free training and more!
We’re making training affordable and accessible so you can boost your skills and be job ready as the WA economy recovers.
How about a free training course — yes... free! Or choose from over 70 half-price qualifications that match up with where the jobs are.
To meet the specific needs of businesses for COVID-19, we have new skill sets — fast track training to get you job ready — and to make sure anyone can get skills ready we have made a range of courses available online at TAFE colleges.
The list presented here is only for this industry category. You can select a qualification or course title to see a list of training providers in Western Australia who deliver it – then select a provider to find out more.
The list of courses displayed for a selected industry category is intended to assist individuals learn more about occupation and training pathways, and may not represent all possible pathways for an industry. For further assistance on occupation and training pathways please contact your nearest Jobs and Skills Centre on 13 64 64.
The vocational education and training (VET) courses delivered in Western Australia on this course list are funded through the Department of Training and Workforce Development; these are referred to as publicly funded training. A range of qualifications and courses for priority industry areas and occupations are subsidised under Jobs and Skills WA, to reduce the cost of training in priority skill areas. To find out more about which courses are subsidised, please take a look at the information available on the main Training page.
Other non-publicly funded courses are available through TAFE colleges and private providers; however these are not included in this course list. To find these other courses, you can search a list of all VET courses in WA via the myskills.gov.au website.