Are you ready to start your new future?

For over 120 years, TAFE has been the primary provider of vocational education and training in Western Australia. 

With 55 campuses across the state, and over 1,000 courses, TAFE offers something for everyone.

And with free training, and a huge range of qualifications with course fees slashed by up to 72%, there's never been a better time to get to TAFE and make your future happen!

To find out what's happening at your local TAFE, visit their website via the links below.

To find your local TAFE, select your region from the map to see a list of campus locations and contact details. 

Find your local TAFE

Central Regional

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

North Metropolitan

North Regional

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

South Metropolitan

South Regional

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

Need some advice or assistance?

Western Australia's TAFE Jobs and Skills Centres are one-stop shops for careers, training and employment advice and assistance, providing free advice, information and support. There's 13 centres across WA — throughout Perth and regional areas, with additional outreach locations for regional areas. — and all services are free!

Each of the centres is staffed by people who can provide professional and practical advice on training and employment opportunities including careers advice, help for jobseekers, and 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.

Call 13 64 64 to talk to your nearest JSC, and they will be happy to help you over the phone.

 

Or find the location of your nearest JSC on our map if you would like to visit in person or send an email.