Your life experience

Everyone has something to offer, and everyone deserves a place in the workforce.

Whether you're just starting out, exploring your options or restarting your career journey, we can help! 

You bring your life experience, we'll help you turn it into a career!

Finding a job or getting into training can feel like an impossible task. You might not know where to start, and the whole process can feel a little daunting, but we can help point you in the right direction and give you the tools you need to get started. 

We take the time to understand your situation, and connect you with the right services to suit your needs. If you're looking for support more tailored to your individual needs, choose one of the links below. 

An Aboriginal man teaching cultural dance.
A mature age man and a woman.
A person with lived experience of disability.
A man from a culturally diverse background.
A woman returning to the workforce.
A young male and female at a skateboard park.

If you're not sure how to take the next step... 

We’ve put thousands of people from all over WA on the path towards a great job or affordable training. There’s never been a better time to take those first steps and take control of your future!

A man and a woman talking to a JSC team member.

 

You have so much to offer – more than you may realise!
You bring your life experience, we’ll help turn it into a career.

If you’re ready to get started or want to know more about our services, the friendly staff at our Jobs and Skills Centres are here to help.

Get in touch to take advantage of our free advice, support and information on everything about jobs and training.

 

 

You never know what you can achieve... until you do.

Courtney Short
Certificate III in Commercial Cookery
School-based apprenticeship

"Throughout high school I simply assumed that I would complete ATAR.
At the Year 10 information night, I heard about the success of a Year 12 student who was completing a school-based apprenticeship.
I was intrigued; could I really complete Year 12 and start my career as a chef?"

Eduardo Pena
Traineeship: Certificate III in Training and Logistics
(Warehousing and Storage)

"The traineeship course has brought me so many benefits, from improving my communication skills
and stretching my confidence, to having formal recognition of the new skills I have learnt. 

Kevin Wilson
Graphic designer, small business owner
WA Training Awards Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island Student of the Year 2021

"Using what I’ve learnt at TAFE, I have built a design studio of 100% Aboriginal people.
I am showing the Perth community that we are strong, capable, creative, and deadly Aboriginal people who can do work that isn’t just art or paintings."

Free information, advice and support

If you're motivated to start, but need some friendly advice around training, career planning or your job search, reaching out to a Jobs and Skills Centre is the perfect next step.  You'll get free advice tailored to your own personal situation — without any judgement or obligation — your local JSC an support you to find a path into a career that's on your terms.

If you're not sure how to take the next step

Jobs and Skills Centres are located across Perth and throughout regional WA. And the best part is, all the services they offer are free! Follow the link below to find your nearest JSC and drop in, or call your local Jobs and Skills Centre for a chat.