Ready to enrol? Contact us today!
Contact our friendly Client Services Team for all enquiries and to enrol.
Phone: 1300 996 573
Visit one of our 11 campuses in person or use the online enquiry enrolment form below.
What do I need to know before I enrol?
Before you enrol with us, you must create a Unique Student Identifier. You can find out more about creating a USI here(opens in a new tab) .
Please take the time to view our Student Handbook (5 MB) (PDF document - opens in a new tab) prior to enrolling, which includes your Terms and Conditions of Enrolment (136 KB) (PDF document - opens in a new tab) .
If you want to learn more about student policies and responsibilities, click here(opens in a new tab) .
Frequently Asked Questions
Australian residents who reside outside of Western Australia can apply to study with us, but your study will not be subsidised by the State Government. Your fees will be subject to commercial course costing. Fly In, Fly Out workers are eligible for WA subsidised training. Please ask us if you are unsure whether you are eligible.
If you are not an Australian resident, please contact Training International WA (TIWA) (opens in a new tab) who manages all international student enrolments in WA.
You must pay your fees at the time of enrolment. Various payment options are available and can be discussed with our Client Services Team. If your employer or job service provider is paying for your fees, a purchase order or approval to pay form must be submitted to our Client Services Team.
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Please note: The availability of study options can vary by campus location and/or course requirements.
If you are unsure what you would you like to study, or which course will lead you in the direction of your dream career, we can assist you with your course selection. Please view our full list of course offerings here, download our 2022 Course Guide(opens in a new tab) , email us, or chat to our Client Services Team at your nearest campus.
If you are a continuing student, have a chat with your lecturer about how to move to the next level in your training journey. Training may take the form of a short course, one or more nationally accredited units in the form of a skill set, or a nationally recognised qualification.