Jobs and Skills Centres

Western Australia's TAFE Jobs and Skills Centres are one-stop shops for careers, training and employment advice and assistance. Services are free, and accessible to all members of the community.  The centres are located on TAFE campuses, with additional outreach locations for regional areas. 

Each of the centres is staffed by people who can provide free professional and practical advice on training and employment opportunities including careers advice, apprenticeship and training information. Support services for employers and business, as well as specialist services for Aboriginal people, ex-offenders and people from a culturally or linguistically diverse background are also available.

The centres also provide an online jobs board, to connect jobseekers with employment opportunities and to help employers attract and recruit employees.

Take a look at the Jobs and Skills Centre jobs board

For individuals

TAFE Jobs and Skills Centres offer a range of services, support, information and assistance. They can help if you're looking for:

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

For employers and business

TAFE Jobs and Skills Centres can provide advice and assistance to support employers and business owners. They can help, if you're looking for:

  • 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.

Centre locations

Seven Jobs and Skills Centres are open, located at the following TAFE college campuses.

Use the interactive map below to find out more about locations and the services available at each of the centres.

North Metropolitan TAFE campuses

  • Joondalup
  • Balga
  • Northbridge

South Metropolitan TAFE campuses

  • Peel
  • Thornlie
  • Rockingham 

Central Regional TAFE campuses

  • Kalgoorlie

Regional services

Le Grand National Park, near Esperance in South West WA

Jobs and Skills Centres will be opening progressively in regional areas of Western Australia throughout 2018–19. Specialist career, training and jobseeker support, as well as specialist services for Aboriginal people and employers, will continue to be available in the meantime through regional Career Centres and Aboriginal Workforce Development Centres.
 

To find out more about the services for regional areas, please visit the Career exploration page or the Aboriginal services page, or you can contact the regional service providers directly.

Mitchell Falls (Punamii-unpuu) in the Kimberley region of WA

Find a Jobs and Skills Centre

Use the map of WA to select a region and see where the Jobs and Skills Centres are located, then select a centre to find out more about the services it offers. 

 

Central Regional
Kalgoorlie Jobs and Skills Centre
13 64 64 (within WA) or 08 9088 6946
Main administration building, Kalgoorlie TAFE, 34 Cheetham Street Kalgoorlie
North Metropolitan
Balga Jobs and Skills Centre
13 64 64 (or 08 9207 4388)
North Metropolitan TAFE – F Block, 18 Loxwood Road Balga
North Metropolitan
Joondalup Jobs and Skills Centre
13 64 64 (or 08 9233 1738)
North Metropolitan TAFE – A block, 35 Kendrew Crescent Joondalup
North Metropolitan
Northbridge Jobs and Skills Centre
13 64 64 (or 08 9428 0488)
North Metropolitan TAFE - Building 2, 30 Aberdeen St Northbridge
South Metropolitan
Peel (Mandurah)
13 64 64 (within WA) or 08 9586 7411
2 Education Drive, Greenfields WA 6210
South Metropolitan
Rockingham Jobs and Skills Centre
13 64 64 (or 08 9599 8655)
South Metropolitan TAFE – Building G, Simpson Avenue Rockingham
South Metropolitan
Thornlie Jobs and Skills Centre
13 64 64 (or 08 9267 7600)
South Metropolitan TAFE – Building 1, Burslem Drive Thornlie

Jobs and Skills Centres will be opening progressively in regional areas of Western Australia throughout 2018–19.

Specialist career, training and jobseeker support, as well as specialist services for Aboriginal people and employers, will continue to be available in the meantime through regional Career Centres and Aboriginal Workforce Development Centres.

To find out more about the services for regional areas, please visit the Career exploration page or the Aboriginal services page, or you can contact the regional service providers directly.

Contact information for regional Aboriginal Workforce Development Centres

Contact information for regional Career Centres

Jobs and Skills Centres will be opening progressively in regional areas of Western Australia throughout 2018–19. 

Specialist career, training and jobseeker support, as well as specialist services for Aboriginal people and employers, will continue to be available in the meantime through regional Career Centres and Aboriginal Workforce Development Centres.

To find out more about the services for regional areas, please visit the Career exploration page or the Aboriginal services page, or you can contact the regional service providers directly.

Contact information for regional Aboriginal Workforce Development Centres

Contact information for regional Career Centres

Jobs and Skills Centres will be opening progressively in regional areas of Western Australia throughout 2018–19. 

Specialist career, training and jobseeker support, as well as specialist services for Aboriginal people and employers, will continue to be available in the meantime through regional Career Centres and Aboriginal Workforce Development Centres.

To find out more about the services for regional areas, please visit the Career exploration page or the Aboriginal services page, or you can contact the regional service providers directly.

Contact information for regional Aboriginal Workforce Development Centres

Contact information for regional Career Centres

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Jobs board

To assist and support Western Australian jobseekers to find employment, and assist employers to attract and recruit employees, Jobs and Skills Centres work closely with employers, business owners and industry across Western Australia to find employment opportunities, and also with the Australian Apprenticeship Support Network providers to promote apprenticeship and traineeship opportunities.

There is  also a jobs board with employment opportunities for Aboriginal people.