TAFE Western Australia
Western Australia has Australia’s strongest economy. It is a resource-rich growth state with low unemployment, providing the opportunity for industry work experience and part-time work while you study.
Perth is one of Australia’s most exciting cities, offering a dynamic mix of nightlife, restaurants, and cultural experiences, as well as clear blue skies, white beaches and beautiful parklands and gardens.
Western Australia can offer you amazing travel experiences and adventures of a lifetime. From the northern red desert to the southern green forests and sparkling turquoise waters of the Indian and Southern Oceans – there is so much to explore!
All TAFE courses are designed in partnership with industry to ensure training programs meet the needs of employers. Because of this, TAFE courses involve more “hands on” activities and practical experience than university. These activities may include workshops and projects as well as work experience placement.
In each TAFE program area there can be multiple qualification levels. Each qualification level represents a combination of skills that enable the graduate to perform various job-related tasks to a certain standard.
Higher Secondary School Certificate / Intermediate Certificate
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TAFE stands for Technical and Further Education. TAFE Institutes are located throughout Western Australia and are government backed and guaranteed. TAFE Western Australia Institutes offer a wide range of employment focused courses, modern facilities and excellent pathways to university programs.
Western Australia is in the same time-zone as many Asian regions and is a direct flight away from a number of capital cities in Asia, Africa, and the Gulf States. This is important if you plan to return home during study breaks or if you have family who wish to visit you while you are studying.
The Department of Education provides high quality education for children and young people throughout Western Australia, helping them reach their full potential.
Western Australian public schools are co-educational – catering for both boys and girls from the year they turn four until they are 17 years old.
From the youngest learners through to the most senior school students, public schools allow children to discover a world of opportunities.