Located on the Peel (Mandurah) campus of South Metropolitan TAFE, the Peel Jobs and Skills Centre offers a range of information and services around training and career development.
We can provide free professional and practical advice on training and employment opportunities including careers advice, apprenticeship and training information, and partnerships with industry, and also help with job searching and direct links into work. Our team also has expertise in business and workplace development, and welcomes employers and business owners. The Peel Jobs and Skills Centre is supported by Aboriginal services from SMYL and career services from Bridging the Gap.
The Peel Jobs and Skills Centre is part of the Peel Education and Training campus. Our convenient location near Mandurah Road makes it easy to get to by public transport. More information about getting here and parking is below. We also provide outreach services at other locations throughout the Peel region. We look forward to seeing you soon!
We assist Aboriginal people in Western Australia to get into training or a job, working closely with employers to create job opportunities for Aboriginal people including school leavers. Peel Jobs and Skills Centre can provide:
- culturally sensitive employment and career services;
- information on choosing the best training option for your personal and work goals;
- access to job opportunities through our Aboriginal jobs board;
- help with resumés and job applications; and
- referrals to other services, depending on your needs.
We can also assist employers and businesses to create a more culturally aware workplace that can attract and retain Aboriginal employees.
To find out more about our Aboriginal services and how we can help you, or the free online jobs board please give us a call, send us an email, or come and visit us.
We provide free and independent training information and career guidance to assist you with information on education and training courses, career pathway options and the career planning process. Peel Jobs and Skills Centre can help you with:
- discovering your career interests and focusing your career choices;
- career planning tools and resources;
- skills and qualification recognition information
- education and training options;
- apprenticeship and traineeship assistance;
- career pathway information;
- making choices and action planning; and
- job matching and your job search.
To find out more about our career services and how we can help you please give us a call, send us an email, or come and visit us.
Peel Jobs and Skills Centre provides the following services to employers and businesses.
- Assistance with recruitment, including for apprentices and trainees
- Advertising your employment opportunities on our free online jobs board
- Workforce development advice
- Advertising your employment opportunities for Aboriginal people on our free online Aboriginal jobs board
- Information on training and/or courses
- Resources and advice on Aboriginal recruitment and retention strategies
- Information on training solutions and services that can be customised to meet enterprise-specific needs
We will also engage with local communities and industries to help build local workforce solutions.
To find out more about these services and how we can help you please give us a call, send us an email, or come and visit us.
Wanju – Welcome
When you arrive at the Peel TAFE Jobs and Skills Centre, you will see signage with the message ‘Wanju’ meaning ‘Welcome’ in the Noongar language of the Aboriginal people of the South West of Western Australia. The signage pays respect to the land on which the centre stands, and it is an invitation and a welcome to Aboriginal clients and all members of the community. Each metropolitan Jobs and Skills Centre proudly displays one of the six seasons in the Noongar seasonal calendar. In the Noongar culture, changes in the environment signalled the change in season, and with each season Noongar people moved to take advantage of natural resources and opportunities.
Kambarang – Warming and finishing
October and November
Longer dry periods and fewer cold fronts cross the coast. The height of the wildflower season.
Noongar moved towards the coast where frogs, tortoises and freshwater crayfish were caught.
Kambarang is the welcome you'll see at the Peel Jobs and Skills Centre.
The artwork for the Seasons signage was created by Nate Stuart, of the Rockingham Jobs and Skills Centre. Features in Nate’s designs relate each centre with the local Noongar language and culture, as well as linking all metropolitan centres together. The designs were developed in consultation with Aboriginal staff in the Department of Training and Workforce Development, Noongar Elder Danny Ford, and Aboriginal consultant Marissa Verma. Mr Ford and Ms Verma have also approved the final designs and their appropriate allocation to each of the six metropolitan centres.
Peel Jobs and Skills Centre has internet-connected computers available, so that you can browse online for jobs, look up information about training courses, write up a job application or update your CV/resume.
Peel Jobs and Skills Centre can be reached via the bus route below.
- Route 586 (Mandurah Station to John Tonkin College and Murdoch University)
School day only services. Refer to Timetable 132 - Route 586
Route 587 (Mandurah Station to Lakelands via Meadow Springs)
Weekday and weekend services. Refer to Timetable 132 - Route 587
Parking is available on campus.
The closest car park space to the Jobs and Skills Centre is the main entrance off of Education Drive.
ACROD parking spaces are also available.
There is a cafeteria on the Peel TAFE campus that provides a range of food and drinks.