Jobs and Skills Centres

Jobs and Skills Centres

The Department is working with TAFE colleges, service providers and other stakeholders to establish Jobs and Skills Centres (JSCs) to fulfil an election commitment.  Jobs and Skills Centres will offer free career, training and employment assistance. The first metropolitan TAFE Jobs and Skills Centres opened on 16 April 2018, and services will be progressively rolled out across WA through 2018–19. When fully implemented the community and industry will have increased access to services with a Statewide network of centres situated in metropolitan and regional TAFE locations, supported by a number of regional outreach centres. 

The centres are a one-stop-shop for anyone looking to improve their skills and job prospects – including students, jobseekers and career changers. The centres will engage with their local communities and industry so they can respond effectively to the needs of their clients.  When fully implemented the community and industry will have increased access to services with a Statewide network of five metropolitan TAFE locations, eight regional locations and a number of regional outreach centres. 

Metropolitan centres

  • Joondalup campus – North Metropolitan TAFE
  • Balga campus – North Metropolitan TAFE
  • Northbridge campus – North Metropolitan TAFE
  • Peel (Mandurah) campus – South Metropolitan TAFE
  • Rockingham campus – South Metropolitan TAFE
  • Thornlie campus – South Metropolitan TAFE

Regional centres

  • Kalgoorlie campus – Central Regional TAFE

More regional Jobs and Skills Centres will open progressively in 2018/19. In the meantime, the Department continues to fund a range of contracted Career Centre services and Aboriginal Workforce Development Centre services.

 

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Page last updated October 12, 2018