Online services

Online services

The Department of Training and Workforce Development's online services enable you to contact, interact and register with several of our specialist service centres and offices online. We also offer a range of application and assessment services online.

This list will grow over time as we update our online services to make more available.

An invitation from the GCIO

The State Government’s Digital WA strategy aims to enable WA government agencies to deliver better services through technology.  The long term vision is a 'one stop shop' website – MyWA – where community and business can find and access online government services all in one place.  You can read more about myWA in this information from the Government Chief Information Officer.

The myWA website is currently in prototype (alpha) version. You are invited to visit the website, and provide feedback on your experience.


Aboriginal Workforce Development Centre — Contact and jobs board

Aboriginal Workforce Development Centres assist Aboriginal people in Western Australia to get into training, find employment or further their career, and support WA employers to make their workplaces and employment practices more culturally sensitive and welcoming to Aboriginal people. To support Aboriginal jobseekers to find employment, the AWDC online jobs board is a free service which is available to both jobseekers and employers.


Apprenticeship Office — Forms and fact sheets

The Department’s Apprenticeship Office registers and administers training contracts, and regulates the apprenticeship system in Western Australia, in accordance with Part 7 of the Vocational Education and Training Act 1996 (the Act) and the associated Regulations.

A range of online forms is available for apprentices and employers, for changes to the training contract.


Career Centre services

Career Centres provide free and independent training information and career guidance. They can assist you with information on education and training courses, career pathway options and the career planning process.

Creating a Career Centre account will allow you to access the My career ideas section of the website, where you can save results from the tools on the site and return to them later.


Contacting the Department

If you would like to make an enquiry, give us a compliment, offer feedback for improvement or make a complaint, please use our online form.


Full time courses at WA TAFE colleges — Search and apply

Our online Full time studies guide features the complete list of full time courses available at TAFE and at which college(s) and campus(es) they're offered, so you can search for the course you want and find a TAFE that suits you. The guide also provides details of the entrance requirements for each course and how to apply, and a link to TAFE Admissions where you can apply for your course online.


Migration Services — Applications and assessments

Migration Services provides a range of online services and information to help you make the move to Western Australia. These include:

  • assessing your application for a State nominated skilled visa;
  • requesting a review of a State nomination decision;
  • certifying positions for employers nominating skilled migrants  under the Regional Sponsored Migration Scheme; and
  • carrying out comparative assessments of your overseas tertiary qualifications.

Muresk Institute — Course enquiries, accommodation and payments

Muresk Institute is multi-tenanted, multifunctional training, education and research facility situated in the Wheatbelt approximately 100km east of Perth, dedicated to supporting the growth of a skilled rural workforce. The Institute boasts modern education and training, conference and specialised research facilities. Muresk hosts the delivery of a range of programs with a focus on the agriculture, agribusiness, health and mining industries. Some enrolments, bookings and payments can be done online.


TAFE International Western Australia — Search courses, apply, pay fees, make enquiries

TIWA is responsible for the recruitment and admission of international students studying at Western Australian TAFE colleges. All international students applying to study at a WA TAFE college must apply through TIWA. TIWA also manages the placement and fee collection of overseas students into public schools, in line with the Department of Education's Enrolment of Overseas Students Schedule.

A range of TIWA services can be accessed online.


WA Training Awards

The WA Training Awards recognise and reward outstanding achievements of apprentices, trainees and vocational students, and the contribution to training made by trainers, training organisations and employers.

Applications for the WA Training Awards 2017 closed on 5 May. Put yourself in the spotlight and apply today.

Page last updated November 27, 2016