Fremantle Jobs and Skills Centre

Located on the Fremantle campus of South Metropolitan TAFE, next to the famous fishing boat harbour, the Fremantle Jobs and Skills Centre offers a full range of information and services linked to training and career development with enhanced services for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

We provide free professional and practical advice on career, training and employment pathways, including information on apprenticeships and traineeships, to assist with job searching, resumé creation, and direct links to job opportunities. Our team has expertise in business and workforce development and welcomes employers and business owners.

Our convenient location off Fleet Street makes it easy to get to by public transport and we provide services for all clients in the surrounding areas. The Aboriginal artwork on display at our centre welcomes you as you enter.

You can call 13 64 64 or 08 9239 8055 to make an appointment, email our team at or you are welcome to come in, have a yarn, and get some advice.

Our services

Aboriginal services

Wanju — Welcome to Aboriginal Services at Fremantle Jobs and Skills Centre.

Our team at Fremantle Jobs and Skills Centre wishes to acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of this land, the Whadjuk people, upon which we stand and pay respect to the Elders past, present and future and all Aboriginal people for they hold the memories, the traditions, the culture and hopes of Aboriginal Australia.

Our team of dedicated Aboriginal staff offer a welcoming and safe space for a yarn together or meeting point to support all clients in their career and training needs. Come and have a yarn and meet the team who are professional career specialists and can help you with information on training, careers and employment pathways. They have local connections with employers and businesses and can assist you with resumés, and interview skills, and link you with local job opportunities, apprenticeships, traineeships, and training programs.

How we can help you

We provide Aboriginal jobseekers with access to quality career, training and employment services, supporting apprenticeship and traineeship opportunities to get into training or get a job. We provide:

  • culturally sensitive career services;
  • information and advice to choose the best training option based on your goals;
  • access to job opportunities through our Aboriginal jobs board and Deadly Jobs Board;
  • help with resumés, job applications and interview skills; and
  • referrals to other services, depending on your needs.

We shape our services according to the needs of individuals and work with local industries to create connections for Aboriginal clients to local employers. We liaise with the community, businesses and employees to create more culturally aware workplaces that attract and retain Aboriginal employees, and we seek support from Aboriginal communities to ensure our services are appropriate and support clients.

We connect with Indigenous community-based organisations to assist our clients with external referrals to suit their needs.

Our Aboriginal Services team connects with schools with programs such as Clontarf Foundation, Stars Foundation, Follow the Dream and Deadly Sista Girlz, providing career guidance and mentoring to students. We work with all senior schools in the local area.

For more information on our services please contact us at 13 64 64 or 08 9239 8055 or email 

Our free jobs boards

We work closely with employers, business owners and industry to identify and create employment opportunities.

View our jobs board

We also have a free jobs board with deadly jobs for Aboriginal people.
View our Aboriginal services jobs board

For all the latest news and information about deadly job opportunities, follow our Deadly Jobs page on Facebook.
Deadly Jobs Facebook page!

If you would like assistance with applying for an opportunity, please call us on 13 64 64 or 08 9239 8055 or email 

Careers, training and jobs

We provide free and practical advice to all clients on training and employment opportunities including career advice, and apprenticeships and traineeships, to assist you with information on education and training courses, career pathway options and the career planning process. Our team can help you with:

  • information and guidance on your career choices;
  • information about training and courses;
  • choosing the right training course or qualification to suit your personal, work or career goals;
  • information about different industry areas and occupations;
  • job searching and job matching;
  • skills and qualification recognition information;
  • apprenticeship and traineeship assistance; and
  • culturally sensitive employment and career services for Aboriginal people.

To find out more about our career services and how we can help you please call 13 64 64 or 08 9239 8055, email our team at or come and visit us. 

You can also look at the Get that job section of our website for career development information, resources and tools.

Employers and business

We provide advice and assistance to support all employers and business owners with:  

  • recruitment assistance, including for apprentices and trainees;
  • information on training solutions and services that can be customised to meet enterprise-specific needs;
  • advertising employment opportunities on our jobs board or our Aboriginal-specific jobs board;
  • advice and resources to support your workforce planning; and
  • resources and advice on Aboriginal recruitment and retention strategies.

We will also engage with local communities and industries to help build local workforce solutions and specialise in enhancing and building relationships with Aboriginal employment options.

To find out more about these services and how we can help you, please give us a call at 13 64 64 or 08 9239 8055 or email our team at or come and visit us.

You can also look at the For employers section of our website for career development information, resources and tools

Visit us

Location map of Black A Fremantle Jobs and Skills Centre
Block A, South Metropolitan TAFE, 1 Fleet Street, Fremantle, WA 6160
13 64 64 (within WA) or 08 9239 8055

Contact us

Our facilities

Computers and internet

We have internet connected computers available so that you can browse online for jobs, look up information about training courses, write up a job applications or update your CV/resumé.

Teenage girls using a computer screen.
Public transport

Fremantle campus is accessible via a five-minute walk to Fremantle train station and bus terminus. Visit Transperth's Journey Planner, using South Metropolitan TAFE Fremantle campus as a landmark to plan your trip or collect a timetable from the Customer Service Centre on campus.

Passengers travelling on a bus.

Free visitor parking is available on campus. 

The closest car park space to the Jobs and Skills Centre is right at the main entrance off Fleet Street with spots for motorbikes and cycles.

ACROD parking spaces are also available. 

Car bonnets in a row parked.
Food and drink

There is no cafeteria on the Fremantle TAFE campus but being so close to the cappuccino strip in Fremantle there is a multitude of food and drink options. 

Toasted ham sandwich and hot chips on a platter.