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North Regional TAFE (NR TAFE) is the largest provider of training and vocational services in the north of Western Australia, servicing communities and industries across a region exceeding one million square kilometres.

NR TAFE has 11 campuses, from Wyndham in the north to Newman in the south, with the College’s three largest delivery centres at Broome, Karratha and Pundulmurra (South Hedland).

The College delivers more than 200 nationally recognised qualifications and short courses each year to over 8,000 students. Training is also offered in non-accredited programs, short courses, work-readiness programs, literacy and numeracy, and skill sets.

NR TAFE Governing Council includes the following members:

Ian Smith thumbnail.jpg  Ian Smith (Governing Council chairman), Albany 

Mick Unger thumbnail.jpg  Mick Unger (Governing Council deputy chairman), Perth

Gary Arcus thumbnail.jpg  Gary Arcus, Perth

Kristy Brittain thumbnail.jpg  Kristy Brittain, Kununurra

Wendy Dunne thumbnail.jpg  Wendy Dunne, Perth

Fran Haintz thumbnail.jpg  Fran Haintz, Port Hedland

Melissa Hartmann thumbnail.jpg  Melissa Hartmann, Perth

Barbara O’Driscoll thumbnail.jpg  Barbara O’Driscoll, Newman

Maree Stallard thumbnail.jpg  Maree Stallard, Broome

Emma White thumbnail.jpg  Emma White, Broome

Kevin Doig thumbnail.jpg  Kevin Doig, NR TAFE Managing Director

Help shape the strategic direction of training in WA

Expressions of interest for North Regional TAFE's Governing Council are currently being taken. For more information, click here.

Information package
TAFE College Governing Council Membership - FAQs
TAFE College Governing Council Handbook
Curriculum Vitae Proforma

Page last updated September 11, 2020