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There has never been a better time to get into training!

FEE FREE

Exciting news for 2024!

Selected full qualifications will be 100% course fee-free and all Job Ready short course skill sets will be fully fee-free from 1 January 2024! And in even better news, the eligibility criteria for this free training is being expanded so that more people living in Western Australia can access the free courses.

This free training will focus on priority industry areas to help build WA's skilled workforce, support our employers and businesses, and create employment and career opportunities for all Western Australians.

FEE FREE courses available here

Please note that some eligibility criteria will apply for FEE FREE training, and other fees may apply for the FEE FREE qualifications. Please see the FAQs(opens in a new tab)  (opens in a new tab) for details.

 

There has never been a better time to get into training!

Whether you are looking for a job, thinking about a career change, or upskilling for your own development, now is the time to get skills ready!

We’re making training affordable and accessible so you can boost your skills and be job ready.

How about a free training course — yes... free! You can also choose from up to 60 qualifications here at North Regional TAFE with course fees slashed by half or more, or new skill sets — fast track training to get you job ready. Select one of the options below to find out more.

This program is funded by JobTrainer - a joint initiative of the Western Australian and Commonwealth Governments.
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Free courses 
Half price courses 
Infection control 
Skill Sets 

 

Lower fees, local skills - course fees slashed!

How would you like to get a nationally recognised and accredited qualification but pay only half-price course fees? From tourism and hospitality to commercial cookery, aged care to automotive and engineering, business and IT, healthcare and childhood education, electrical to heavy vehicle mechanical technology — to name just a few — there really is something here for everyone under the Lower fees, local skills program, and this is where the jobs are!

These qualifications are matched up with the skills employers are looking for, so you'll be job ready!

What qualifications have course fees slashed right now?

We currently have up to 60 Lower fees, local skills qualifications with course fees slashed by half price — some by up to 72 per cent!

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Look for this half price icon on the course list, to see qualifications that currently have their course fees slashed. 

    Show me the half price course list

    The annual fees cap applies for all of the Lower fees, local skills qualifications. This means that regardless of how much your course fees actually are, you will not pay more than a set total amount per qualification or course per year. The fees cap is set at $400 for eligible concession students, and $1,200 for non-concession students.

    Check out our FAQs at the bottom of the page for more information.

    The following people will be entitled to a concession rate course fees cap of $400.

    • Persons aged 15—24 years at the time of enrolment (excluding students enrolled at school)
    • Persons and dependents of persons in receipt of services from one of the following Commonwealth support or employment services programs:
      • Jobactive
      • Online Employment Services
      • ParentsNext
    • Persons and dependents of persons receiving the Youth Allowance, AUSTUDY or ABSTUDY
    • Persons and dependents of persons holding:
      • a pensioner concession card or  Health Care Card; or
      • Repatriation Health Benefits Card issued by the Department of Veterans' Affairs
    • Dependents of persons who are inmates of a custodial institution

    Please note that only course fees are half price for the Lower fees, local skills qualifications. You may be required to pay other fees that apply to your course. Please check out our FAQs at the bottom of the page or speak to our client services team.

    Get free Skills Ready training

    We have worked closely with WA industries, businesses and employers to find out the types of skills needed right now and for future jobs. Free skill sets developed from nationally recognised vocational training are now available at North Regional TAFE — some are also available online. Don't miss this fantastic opportunity to fast track your training and get skills ready!

    The free training focuses on the following two options:

    • Infection control skill sets to get you skills ready and job ready for COVID-19 safe workplace requirements — free for everyone
    • Skill sets to get you skills ready for current job opportunities as WA's economy recovers — some are free for everyone, and others are free for eligible students including displaced workers, concession students and youth up to 25 not at school.

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    Free infection control skill sets

    Fast track your skills with our free infection control skill sets to get you job ready - 100% free for everyone!

    These infection control skill sets have been developed specifically to get you job ready to safely manage infection control in the workplace. They match up with the skills employers are looking for, to support WA businesses in key areas such as aged care, disability support, retail, hospitality, transport and logistics. 

    The skill sets contain selected units of competency from nationally accredited and recognised vocational qualifications that target specific skill areas.

    Check out the list of free infection control skill sets

    Job ready skill sets

    Not all jobs need a full qualification, and maybe you don't either — skill sets are the perfect solution. Skill sets can help you get ready for your first job, or re-skill quickly for jobs that are available as WA's economy recovers.

    These new job ready skill sets have been developed in consultation with businesses and employers to deliver fast track training that will get you skills ready for jobs in areas including hospitality, health care, retail, business, cyber security, agriculture and construction.. and many more.    

    Our job ready skill sets are 100% free for the below eligible students. Fees apply for non-eligible students. All enquiries regarding eligibility for free courses should be made directly to our Client Services Team.

    Eligible students

    • Persons aged 15—24 years at the time of enrolment (excluding students enrolled at school)
    • Persons receiving JobSeeker payment
    • Persons and dependents of persons receiving the Youth Allowance, AUSTUDY or ABSTUDY
    • Persons and dependents of persons holding:
      • a pensioner concession card or  Health Care Card; or
      • Repatriation Health Benefits Card issued by the Department of Veterans' Affairs
    • Dependents of persons who are inmates of a custodial institution

    Show me the job ready skill sets

    ^ You will pay half price for the course fees on the Lower fees, local skills courses, however other fees may apply such as for resources that are specifically needed for your training.
    State ID: IAA21
    Industry Agriculture, Animals, Science and the Environment

    4WD Training Skill Set

    Study modes:

    On campus

    Sub study areas:

    Conservation and Land Management

    The delivery of this Skill Set will be face to face, combining both theory and practical exercises over a 2 day period – theory day 1 and practical day 2. You will be required to sit a theoretical exam on 4WD operation and safety. You will also get to put your theory into practice and perform a vehicle pre-start and a practical assessment which will include checking and driving the 4WD, the procedure of fitting a jack and recovery strap, inspecting the path of travel and routine maintenance, as well as, but not limited to, the vehicle utilising specific 4WD techniques.

    Please bring along: 

    • Current driver’s licence

    • 4WD with a full tank of fuel

    • Closed in shoes

    • Hat, sunscreen and sunglasses

    • Plenty of water

    Unit

    RIIVEH305F Operate and maintain a four wheel drive vehicle

    Skill set
    National ID: CUA20420
    State ID: BGU8
    Industry Creative Industries

    Certificate II in Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Cultural Arts

    Study modes:

    Off campus
    On campus

    Sub study areas:

    Visual Arts

    Students will complete oral and written coursework and gain hands-on skills through independent and collaborative projects.

    Throughout the course, participants will work closely with the local Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander community to establish a reference group and use local cultural knowledge necessary to achieve some units of competency.

    After successfully completing this qualification, participants could progress into a number of positions including Aboriginal visual arts worker, community arts centre trainee, community arts workshop trainee or ceramics studio trainee.

    This course is designed for students who identify as Aboriginal and or Torres Strait Islander.

    Certificate II
    National ID: FNS50222
    State ID: BHX1
    Industry Business and Finance

    Diploma of Accounting

    Study modes:

    On campus
    Online

    Sub study areas:

    Accounting and Bookkeeping

     

    Throughout this course, you will learn how to prepare financial and tax documents, plan, budget and forecast, and review accounting controls and processes. You will learn in a simulated workplace environment and be assessed using real-life scenarios and organisational policies and procedures. If you are currently working in this field, you will have the option to use your own workplace documents for training and assessment.

    An updated version of this qualification is being introduced in 2023. As we are committed to providing you with industry ready qualifications, new students will be enrolled into the latest version.

    Diploma
    National ID: FNS40222
    State ID: BHU1
    Industry Business and Finance

    Certificate IV in Accounting and Bookkeeping

    Delivered at:

    Study modes:

    Online

    Sub study areas:

    Accounting and Bookkeeping

    Certificate IV
    National ID: FNS30317
    State ID: BDQ0
    Industry Business and Finance

    Certificate III in Accounts Administration

    Study modes:

    On campus
    Online
    Traineeship

    Sub study areas:

    Accounting and Bookkeeping

    The Certificate III in Accounts Administration provides you with the skills and knowledge to work in the administrative side of accounting, assisting in the management of finances for an organisation.

    This includes financial data entry, processing accounts and payrolls, producing financials reports and providing customer service in financial transactions. 

    Throughout this course, you will learn how to create subsidiary accounts and ledgers, undertake financial calculations and transactions, process payroll and use a computerised accounting system. You will also learn how to produce business documents and reports and learn about best practices for customer service in the financial services sector. 

    Certificate III
    National ID: CHC43015
    State ID: AWM9
    Industry Education and Community Services
    Free*

    Certificate IV in Ageing Support

    Study modes:

    Off campus
    On campus
    Online
    Traineeship

    Sub study areas:

    Aged Care

    This qualification supports you to pursue a career in the aged care industry, where you will facilitate the empowerment, interests and rights of aged care clients.

    You will learn how to develop, facilitate and review individualised service planning and delivery within a residential, home and/or community-based environment.

    Throughout this course, you will learn how to provide a range of specialised care to clients, including palliative, dementia and supporting older people at risk. You will learn how to support relationships with family and carers, manage legal and ethical compliance, undertake safe work practices and maintain collaborative networks and partnerships. 

    Please be aware that COVID-19 vaccination is an employment requirement for many healthcare providers. NRTAFE students undertaking work placements or who are required to attend a healthcare or community setting as part of their studies are advised to check directly with the healthcare provider regarding their policy settings around vaccination and proof of vaccination requirements.

    Certificate IV
    National ID: AHC20122
    State ID: BJB6
    Industry Agriculture, Animals, Science and the Environment
    Half price^

    Certificate II in Agriculture

    Study modes:

    Traineeship
    Workplace

    Sub study areas:

    Agriculture

    Participants will learn through hands-on training, reflecting the cycle of work on a cattle station.

    This course is not campus based but delivered upon request to a closed group on rural properties across the Kimberley and Pilbara regions. Please contact us for more information.

    Participants will undertake a range of activities including:
    • Preparing for the mustering season
    • Livestock mustering, handling and husbandry activities
    • End-of-year maintenance

    Students will gain comprehensive knowledge of animal handling techniques including horsemanship and cattle management, fencing, station and machinery maintenance, and weed management skills. This qualification can lead participants on an exciting path from year 1 stockman, to head stockman and eventually, station manager.

    Certificate II
    National ID: AHC30122
    State ID: BJB3
    Industry Agriculture, Animals, Science and the Environment
    Free*

    Certificate III in Agriculture

    Study modes:

    Traineeship
    Workplace

    Sub study areas:

    Agriculture

    Industry expects individuals with this qualification to perform tasks involving a broad range of skilled applications applied in a wide variety of contexts, which may involve application of some discretion and judgement in selecting equipment, services or contingency measures.

    This course is not campus based but delivered upon request to a closed group on rural properties across the Kimberley and Pilbara regions. Please contact us for more information.

    Certificate III
    National ID: AHC40116
    State ID: BDF2
    Industry Agriculture, Animals, Science and the Environment
    Half price^

    Certificate IV in Agriculture

    Study modes:

    Off campus
    On campus
    Traineeship

    Sub study areas:

    Agriculture

    This course has been designed to meet the needs of supervisors or team leaders in the agriculture industry.

    Industry expects that individuals with this qualification will take responsibility for their own work and for the quality of the work of others within known parameters. They provide and communicate solutions to a range of predictable and sometimes unpredictable problems.

    This course is not campus based but delivered upon request to a closed group on rural properties across the Kimberley and Pilbara regions. Please contact us for more information.

    Certificate IV
    State ID: IAE40
    Industry Agriculture, Animals, Science and the Environment

    Agroforestry Chainsaw Skill Set

    Study modes:

    On campus

    Sub study areas:

    Conservation and Land Management

    Participants will learn how to:

    • Operate and maintain chainsaws
    • Fell small trees
    • Participate in work health and safety processes
    Units:
    AHCMOM213 Operate and maintain chainsaws
    AHCPCM205 Fell small trees
    AHCWHS202 Participate in work health and safety processes
    Skill set
    National ID: ICT20120
    State ID: BGJ3
    Industry Information Technology, Library and Digital

    Certificate II in Applied Digital Technologies

    Delivered at:

    Study modes:

    On campus
    Online
    Traineeship

    Sub study areas:

    General IT

    Throughout this course, you will carry out a range of procedural and operational tasks that require digital, technology and communication skills.

    Certificate II
    National ID: SFI20119
    State ID: BEI8
    Industry Aquaculture, Maritime and Logistics
    Half price^

    Certificate II in Aquaculture

    Study modes:

    Traineeship
    Workplace

    Sub study areas:

    Aquaculture

    As an aquaculture attendant, you may undertake a range of routine tasks such as: 

    • Handling animals 
    • Feeding animals  
    • Monitoring animals
    • Monitoring environmental conditions
    • General housekeeping, hygiene and biosecurity practices 

    The skills that you will learn will be relevant to other work environments where you may find work, including: 

    • Offshore and Onshore aquaculture farms 
    • Aquarium wholesalers and retailers 
    • Hatcheries and nurseries 
    • Live post-harvest holding facilities

    All work is carried out to comply with workplace procedures, according to state/territory health and safety, food safety, biosecurity and environmental regulations, legislation and standards that apply to the workplace. 

    This course is only available to learners planning to engage in a Traineeship, OR currently working in the aquaculture industry.
    Certificate II
    National ID: SFI30119
    State ID: BEI5
    Industry Aquaculture, Maritime and Logistics

    Certificate III in Aquaculture

    Study modes:

    Workplace

    Sub study areas:

    Aquaculture

    As a leading hand you may undertake a range of routine tasks such as: 

    • Planning and coordinating feeding activities and programs 
    • Planning and coordinating stock health assessments and programs 
    • Coordinating monitoring events for animal environments and external environments 
    • Coordinating general hatchery, nursery, algae production or grow-out activities  
    • Coordination of biosecurity processes 

    The skills that you will learn, will be relevant to other work environments where you may find work, including: 

    • Offshore and Onshore aquaculture farms 
    • Aquarium wholesalers and retailers 
    • Hatcheries and nurseries 
    • Live post-harvest holding facilities

    All work is carried out to comply with workplace procedures, according to state/territory health and safety, food safety, biosecurity and environmental regulations, legislation and standards that apply to the workplace. 

    This course is only available to learners planning to engage in a Traineeship, OR currently working in the aquaculture industry.
    Certificate III
    State ID: K2046P
    Industry Business and Finance

    Area Warden

    Delivered at:

    Study modes:

    On campus

    Sub study areas:

    Business

    Area Warden (formally called Fire Warden) – Does not include any practical component on fire fighting or the use of fire fighting equipment.

    *Please note; Short Courses are non-accredited and result in a Certificate of Participation. A non-accredited training course does not count-towards a recognised qualification, but is specially designed to provide hands-on training in a new skill you can use in your personal or professional life, and is a great way to refresh your knowledge or give you a taste of a different industry.
    Units:

    K2046 Area Warden 

     

    Short course
    National ID: AUR20220
    State ID: BGA7
    Industry Automotive
    Half price^

    Certificate II in Automotive Air Conditioning Technology

    Study modes:

    On campus

    Sub study areas:

    Vehicle Servicing

    Automotive air conditioner technicians work in a range of fields including light vehicle, automotive electrical, heavy vehicle, mobile plant and equipment, and more.

    Successful completion of this qualification will allow you to work effectively in the automotive industry. It will equip participants with the ability to perform a range of tasks relating to servicing and repairing air conditioning components and systems of cars and heavy vehicles in an automotive service and repair business. Participants will learn how to test and repair basic electric circuits; diagnose, repair, retrofit and modify air conditioning and HVAC systems; carry out diagnostic procedures, as well as a range of other tasks.

    Training is conducted in modern workshop facilities, where you'll get to learn on a range of different vehicles and systems. 

    The completion of this qualification enables an individual to apply for an AAC02 - Refrigerant handling licence - qualified persons (Automotive air conditioning licence).

    Certificate II
    National ID: AUR20520
    State ID: BGA1
    Industry Automotive

    Certificate II in Automotive Servicing Technology

    Study modes:

    On campus
    Traineeship

    Sub study areas:

    Vehicle Servicing

    Complete this qualification and you'll gain the skills work on the mechanical parts of motor vehicles, including the engine, transmission and suspension systems.

    Enjoy quality facilities including modern vehicles, specialised diagnostic equipment, and fully equipped classrooms and workshops. Plus you will have the bonus of our strong links to the automotive industry!

    Certificate II
    National ID: AUR21920
    State ID: BFY7
    Industry Automotive

    Certificate II in Automotive Tyre Servicing Technology

    Study modes:

    On campus
    Traineeship

    Sub study areas:

    Vehicle Servicing

    Current workers and mechanics can enhance their business by adding to their skills in tyre technology.

    Successful completion of this qualification will provide you with skills and knowledge to perform a range of tasks related to the servicing of tyres in an automotive or repair business including light and heavy vehicles, agricultural vehicles and equipment, and earth moving and off-the-road vehicles.

    Undertaking a combination of classroom and workshop training and self-paced study, topics will be themed around following safe work practices, customer service and communication, identifying faults and troubleshooting processes, and how to use and maintain workshop tools and equipment. You'll learn about removing, inspecting, repairing, selecting, fitting and selling a range of tyres for different vehicles.

    After completing the Certificate II in Automotive Tyre Servicing Technology you'll also be able to apply for a Motor Trade Association of Western Australia (MTAWA) repairers’ certificate in tyre servicing.

    Certificate II
    National ID: AUR10120
    State ID: BGA3
    Industry Automotive

    Certificate I in Automotive Vocational Preparation

    Study modes:

    On campus

    Sub study areas:

    Vehicle Servicing

     

    Throughout this course, participants will learn how to undertake a range of simple automotive tasks under close supervision.

    This course is available at other campus locations upon request.

    Certificate I
    National ID: AUR20720
    State ID: BFX9
    Industry Automotive
    Half price^

    Certificate II in Automotive Vocational Preparation

    Study modes:

    On campus

    Sub study areas:

    Vehicle Servicing

    Participants will learn how to identify and inspect mechanical and electrical components and systems of automotive vehicles and equipment, as well as perform minor maintenance and repairs to an automotive vehicle body.

    This qualification prepares participants to work as a vehicle service assistant or progress into an automotive mechanical apprenticeship.

    Enjoy hands-on learning with quality facilities including modern vehicles, specialised diagnostic equipment, and fully equipped classrooms and workshops.

    Certificate II
    National ID: 52845WA
    State ID: BGO44
    Industry Engineering and Mining
    Free*

    Certificate II in Autonomous Workplace Operations

    Delivered at:

    Study modes:

    On campus

    Sub study areas:

    Engineering

    Join us on this exciting journey to befriend robots and kickstart your innovative career!

     Gain hands-on experience in autonomous technologies, explore mobile and fixed plant operations, and master Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs). Ideal for entry-level positions or apprenticeships, this qualification propels school students into the forefront of the evolving job landscape.

    Certificate II
    State ID: IAA15
    Industry Hospitality, Tourism and Events
    Half price^
    Skill sets

    Barista Skill Set

    Study modes:

    On campus

    Sub study areas:

    Hospitality

    You will make a range of espresso coffees using top quality freshly roasted beans from around the world, including:

    • Cappuccino
    • Espresso
    • Macchiato
    • Ristretto
    • Mocha
    • and much more

    “I really enjoyed this class and learnt so much in such a short amount of time. The only thing I found challenging about the course was being the only student in class that had no experience in working in a cafe or as a barista; but by the second and third day I gained so much confidence and learnt so much. Definitely recommend this course to anyone that’s interested in being a barista or just want to try something new and see where it takes you.” -  Barista Skill Set Participant

    Units:
    SITHFAB025 Prepare and serve espresso coffee
    SITXFSA005 Use hygienic practices for food safety
     
     
    Skill set
    State ID: IAA22
    Industry Building and Construction

    Basic Rigging Skill Set

    Delivered at:

    Study modes:

    On campus

    Sub study areas:

    Civil Construction

    Riggers use mechanical load shifting equipment and associated gear to move, place or secure loads, including plant, equipment or members of a structure. Riggers ensure the stability of those members and set up and dismantle hoists.

    This course applies to rigging work involving:
    • structural steel erection
    • hoists
    • pre-cast concrete members of a structure
    • safety nets and static lines
    • mast climbing work platforms
    • perimeter safety screens and shutters
    • cantilevered crane loading platforms.

    The unit of competency covered in this course is based upon the National Standard for Licensing Persons Performing High Risk Work.

    Unit:
    CPCCLRG3001 Licence to perform rigging basic level
    Skill set
    National ID: SHB30121
    State ID: BHJ8
    Industry Health, Beauty and Fitness

    Certificate III in Beauty Services

    Study modes:

    On campus
    Traineeship

    Sub study areas:

    Beauty Therapy

    This course has been specifically designed to develop participants' skills in customer service, product sales and financial transactions, allowing treatment to be applied in a professional manner.

    Participants will learn how to perform a range of beauty services, including:

    • Waxing
    • Tanning
    • Manicure and pedicures
    • Nail art
    • Brow treatments

    Students will have the opportunity to develop more advanced skills of their choice through the selection of elective units.

    Certificate III
    National ID: SHB40121
    State ID: BHK1
    Industry Health, Beauty and Fitness

    Certificate IV in Beauty Therapy

    Study modes:

    On campus
    Traineeship

    Sub study areas:

    Beauty Therapy

    Participants will learn how to perform a range of beauty services, including:

    • Lash and brow treatments
    • Manicures and pedicures
    • Massage and facials
    • Make-up
    • Waxing
    • Spray tanning
    • Facials

    There are also options of gaining further skills in areas such as ear piercing and eyelash extensions.

    You will cover new areas of beauty therapy and gain hands on experience in a simulated work environment where you will perform simple tasks on real clients. Students will provide these services to paying customers as part of their experiences using North Regional TAFE's (NR TAFE) commercial salons on campus.

    Participants who complete the Certificate IV in Beauty Therapy will have the skills necessary to provide customers with a professional range of beauty treatments and services.

    Certificate IV
    State ID: IAD50
    Industry Agriculture, Animals, Science and the Environment

    Boom-Spray Licence Skill Set

    Delivered at:

    Study modes:

    On campus

    Sub study areas:

    Agriculture

    During this 5 day course, you must complete the units in this skill set if you plan to use mechanical equipment such as boom spraying, quad-bike mounted equipment, broad acre spraying equipment or air blast equipment.

    Please note: this course does not cover the first three units of Endorsement 7, students will need to complete the IAA09 Chemical Handling course to obtain these units.

    What to bring:

    • Steel capped impervious boots
    • Long sleeved shirt
    • Long pants
    • Washable hat
    • Lunch and water
    • Optional change of clothes 
    Units:
    AHCCHM404 Develop procedures to minimise risks in the use of chemicals
    AHCCHM405 Plan and implement a chemical use program
    AHCPMG302 Control plant pests, diseases and disorders
    Skill set
    National ID: BSB30120
    State ID: BFS5
    Industry Business and Finance

    Certificate III in Business

    Study modes:

    Off campus
    On campus
    Online
    Traineeship

    Sub study areas:

    Business

    You will learn about best practices for customer service and communication, how to solve problems and overcome business challenges, and the importance of resource and schedule management, while improving your digital literacy and numeracy skills.

    This course has been developed to fit the specific industry needs of the Northwest region. If you are completing this course as part of a traineeship, you will put your skills into practice in the workplace while learning. Those without a workplace will learn within a simulated virtual online environment.

    Certificate III
    National ID: BSB40120
    State ID: BFR1
    Industry Business and Finance
    Half price^

    Certificate IV in Business

    Study modes:

    Off campus
    On campus
    Online
    Traineeship

    Sub study areas:

    Business

    This course covers digital communication and report-writing, operational planning and problem-solving, business networking, self-management, leadership and workplace health and safety, depending on the elective units you select.

    If you are completing this course as part of a traineeship, you will put your skills into practice in the workplace while learning. Those without a workplace will learn within a simulated virtual online environment. 

    Certificate IV
    National ID: BSB50120
    State ID: BFT3
    Industry Business and Finance

    Diploma of Business

    Study modes:

    On campus
    Online

    Sub study areas:

    Business

     

    Successful completion of this qualification will provide you with the skills to manage business operations effectively, as well as lead and support a team of staff. Undertaking a combination of structured learning activities and self-paced study, topics will be themed around operational planning and budgeting, team management and business sustainability. You will explore different methods of communication, various ways to problem-solve, how to build emotional intelligence and manage conflicts within a team environment. You will learn how to think critically and analytically to achieve business goals and create a sustainable competitive advantage within your organisation. 

    Diploma
    National ID: BSB30120
    State ID: AC46
    Industry Business and Finance

    Certificate III in Business (Administration)

    Study modes:

    On campus
    Online
    Traineeship

    Sub study areas:

    Business

    You will learn about best practices for communication, inclusivity, problem solving and stress management.

    This course covers the planning and scheduling of works, procurement processes, digital and literary competency in business, basic financial transactions, record keeping and the importance of business sustainability

    This course has been developed to fit the specific industry needs of the Northwest region, and provide in-demand support to small and large businesses in the areas of accounts and data entry. 

    Certificate III
    State ID: AE378
    Industry Business and Finance
    Free*

    Business Ready Skill Set

    Delivered at:

    Study modes:

    On campus

    Sub study areas:

    Business

    The Business Ready Skill Set will give you the skills and knowledge required to deliver all aspects of customer service including how to create a relationship with customers, identify their needs, deliver services or products and process customer feedback. You'll also learn how to use business technology and produce business documents, follow work health and safety (WHS) and emergency procedures and instructions, and use computer software and organise electronic information and data.

    Units:
    BSBOPS203 Deliver a service to customers
    BSBPEF202 Plan and apply time management
    BSBTEC201Use business software applications
    BSBWHS211 Contribute to the health and safety of self and others

     

     

     

     

    Skill set
    National ID: CPC30220
    State ID: BGB8
    Industry Building and Construction
    Half price^

    Certificate III in Carpentry

    Study modes:

    Apprenticeship

    Sub study areas:

    Carpentry and Joinery

    Apprentices will learn through a combination of on-the-job training and block training at North Regional TAFE.

    Throughout this course, participants will acquire skills that enable them to carry out a range of tasks required in the building and construction industry.

    First Year

    Apprentices gain essential practical skills, safety standards and fundamental knowledge to perform as a carpenter.  

    Second Year

    Apprentices work on a transportable building project, covering 12 units and full construction of the project from start to finish throughout the year. As an alternate to this project, a construction of a single dwelling will be constructed comprising stumps, bearers and joists and relative wall and roof framing; this dwelling will be cladded and lined to support required modules allowing also for the associated modules for the second year.  

    Third Year

    Apprentices learn the formwork aspect of the trade. They also complete the required Certificate III level units, using fundamental knowledge and skills gained in first and second years.

    Certificate III
    State ID: IAD10
    Industry Creative Industries

    Ceramics Introduction Skill Set

    Delivered at:

    Study modes:

    On campus

    Sub study areas:

    Visual Arts

    Experiment, explore and learn a variety of techniques using clay, to form your own creative pieces.

    This unit is appropriate for beginners, teachers, artists and hobbyists, where you can work at your own pace under the guidance of a lecturer. The course is held one evening a week for eight weeks.

    Units:
    CUACER201 Develop ceramic skills
    CUAPPR101 Use ideas and techniques to develop creative work

     

    Skill set
    State ID: IAE45
    Industry Aquaculture, Maritime and Logistics

    Chain of Responsibility Skill Set

    Delivered at:

    Study modes:

    On campus

    Sub study areas:

    Logistics and Warehousing

    Upon successful completion of this latest nationally recognised unit of competency for Chain of Responsibility (CoR), you will achieve the following abilities:
    • Comprehend the CoR obligations relevant to your job role when undertaking 'transport activities.'
    • Explain the necessary steps to ensure compliance with the Heavy Vehicle National Law (HVNL) or relevant state/territory laws and regulations.
    • Explain CoR concepts as outlined in the HVNL, including shared responsibility, due diligence, and transport activities.
    • Identify and report instances of chain of responsibility breaches.
    • Implement appropriate risk control measures and report the actions taken.
    • Acquire a solid understanding of load restraint principles and how to utilise the 'Load Restraint Guide.'
    • Familiarise yourself with your obligations under the HVNL concerning speed, mass, dimensions, load restraint, fatigue, and vehicle standards.

    This course offers comprehensive understanding and accreditation in the nationally recognised unit of competency for the Chain of Responsibility (CoR) in the freight forwarding and supply chain industry. It caters to individuals from all backgrounds who seek to gain insights into CoR regulations, making it suitable for:

    • Freight Forwarders
    • Truck Drivers
    • Priority/Express Transport Providers
    • Logistics Organisations
    • Road Transport Organisations
    • Warehouse or Depot Operations
    • Consignor’s/Owners/Sellers/Exporters of Goods
    • Consignee’s/Buyers/Receivers/Importers of Goods

    The course is open to everyone at all levels since CoR regulations apply universally. Whether you aspire to pursue a career in the freight forwarding and supply chain industry or are currently working towards qualifications in Freight Forwarding, Supply Chain Operations, Logistics, or Warehouse Operations, this course is well-suited to meet your needs.

    The course is delivered over two full concurrent days. Day one is the theory component, Day two is practical and assessment. Students must be prepared to attend both days.

    Units:
    TLIF0009 Ensure the safety of transport activities (Chain of Responsibility)

     

     

     

    Skill set
    State ID: IAA02
    Industry Agriculture, Animals, Science and the Environment
    Half price^
    Skill sets

    Chainsaw Skill Set

    Study modes:

    On campus

    Sub study areas:

    Conservation and Land Management

    Participants will learn how to:

    • Safely operate and maintain a handheld chainsaw
    • Recognise and report hazards
    • Participate in arrangements for maintaining work health and safety
    Units:
    AHCMOM213 Operate and maintain chainsaws
    AHCWHS202 Participate in work health and safety processes
    Skill set
    State ID: IAA84
    Industry Agriculture, Animals, Science and the Environment

    Chemical Handling Basics Skill Set

    Study modes:

    On campus

    Sub study areas:

    Conservation and Land Management

    In this skill set, you will learn the following:

    • Handling and transport techniques and requirements for chemicals
    • Structure and content of chemical labels and safety data sheets and their use and purpose for safe chemical application
    • Principles and methods of measuring, mixing and applying chemicals
    • Features and functions of a range of application equipment, their operations, and maintenance requirements
    • Risk factors to be taken into account for human and animal health, spillage and environmental impact relevant to chemical use before, during and following chemical application
    • Basic chemical groupings and types used in the workplace, including:
    • The of mode of action
    • The impact on chemical safety
    • Application methods
    • Paths of entry of poisons into the body and the methods of limiting exposure through practices and personal protective clothing
    • Maintenance practices for chemical application related equipment and PPE and disposal procedures for chemical contaminants and containers
    • Assessing weather conditions and the impact on safe application of chemicals
    • Components of a workplace chemical application plan
    • Chemical related records and reports and their purpose.
    Units:
    AHCPMG201 Treat weeds
    AHCWHS201 Participate in work health and safety processes
    AHCCHM201 Apply chemicals under supervision
    Skill set
    State ID: IAA09
    Industry Agriculture, Animals, Science and the Environment

    Chemical Handling Skill Set

    Study modes:

    On campus

    Sub study areas:

    Conservation and Land Management

    Students will learn how to:

    • Identify the level of pest infestation and assess the need for chemical control
    • Source information on Integrated Pest Management
    • Identify potential hazards, assess risks, and implement control measures
    • Select appropriate PPE for the chemical
    • Interpret chemical labels and SDSs
    • Calibrate equipment
    • Mix chemicals accurately and according to their registered use
    • Apply chemicals minimising spray drift
    • Transport and handle chemicals complying with legislative requirements
    • Store chemicals correctly and maintain inventory
    • Treat chemical spills
    • Dispose of any chemicals correctly and decontaminate equipment
    • Complete application records

    Completion of this course will enable participants to apply for the WA Department of Health’s Lawn and Gardening, Landscaping, Bushland & Minesite Rehabilitation licence. Please visit www.health.wa.gov.au for further details.

    Students wishing to achieve AusChem accreditation will be required to purchase the AusChem AgVet National Manual. This resource can be purchased through North Regional TAFE.

    What to bring:
    • Steel capped impervious boots
    • Long sleeved shirt
    • Long pants
    • Washable hat
    • Lunch and water
    • Optional change of clothes for day two
    Units:
    AHCCHM304 Transport and store chemicals
    AHCPMG301 Control weeds
    AHCCHM307 Prepare and apply chemicals to control pest, weeds and diseases
    Skill set
    National ID: RII20720
    State ID: BGK0
    Industry Building and Construction
    Half price^

    Certificate II in Civil Construction

    Study modes:

    Off campus
    On campus
    Online
    Traineeship

    Sub study areas:

    Civil Construction

    Are you a school leaver or young adult with minimal practical work experience? This course could be for you. 

    You will learn how to use a range of hand and power tools, small plant and equipment, carry out levelling, concreting and manual excavation, and a range of tasks related to planning and organising worksite tasks. You will learn about worksite health and safety, communicating within your team and completing jobs to outlined specifications. Successful completion of this course will enable you to enter the workforce with skills to work safely to industry standards. 

    Certificate II
    National ID: RII30820
    State ID: BGL4
    Industry Building and Construction
    Half price^

    Certificate III in Civil Construction Plant Operations

    Study modes:

    Apprenticeship
    On campus
    Online

    Sub study areas:

    Civil Construction

    Throughout this course, you will work with dozers, trucks and other plant to build new roads and bridges and key buildings within the region. 

    As part of this qualification, you will learn how to plan and organise specific work projects following worksite health and safety regulations. You will learn how to read and interpret plans and specifications, work at heights, operate a skid steer, excavator, front end loader and small plant and equipment. You will gain practical skills in hand and power tool operation and preparing, excavating, maintaining and disposing of waste on civil construction sites. 

    Certificate III
    National ID: SIT30821
    State ID: BHR9
    Industry Hospitality, Tourism and Events
    Free*

    Certificate III in Commercial Cookery

    Delivered at:

    Study modes:

    Apprenticeship
    On campus

    Sub study areas:

    Commercial Cookery

    This qualification reflects the role of cooks who use a wide range of well-developed cookery skills and sound knowledge of kitchen operations to prepare food and menu items. Using discretion and judgement, they work with some independence and under limited supervision, using plans, policies and procedures to guide work activities.

    Completion of this qualification contributes to recognition as a trade cook.

    This qualification provides a pathway to work as a cook in organisations such as restaurants, hotels, clubs, pubs, cafes, and coffee shops.

     

     

    Certificate III
    National ID: CHC22015
    State ID: AWJ7
    Industry Education and Community Services
    Half price^

    Certificate II in Community Services

    Study modes:

    Off campus
    On campus
    Traineeship

    Sub study areas:

    Community Services

    This qualification provides a pathway for those who wish to work in the community services industry as a first point of contact, meeting the immediate needs of individuals who require care. 

    This entry-level course provides you with a broad base of skills to respond effectively to the changing needs of clients, policy and service types. You will learn how to support the individual needs of clients, with a focus on cultural competence. Throughout this course, you will learn how to identify the needs of local government and community organisations, and then plan and develop appropriate services and facilities to meet those needs. You will learn how to provide relevant communication, process information, provide administrative support and conduct ethical behaviour. 

    Certificate II
    National ID: CHC32015
    State ID: AWJ2
    Industry Education and Community Services
    Half price^

    Certificate III in Community Services

    Study modes:

    On campus
    Online
    Traineeship

    Sub study areas:

    Community Services

    This qualification has been developed to grow your knowledge in needs identification, service planning and development, and team leadership. 

    You will learn about various elements of the community services sector including mental health, alcohol, drug and domestic violence services. This qualification is focused on developing your skills in effective communication, information development and distribution, process development, ethical behaviour and meeting the legal responsibilities of community services workers.

    Certificate III
    National ID: CHC42021
    State ID: BII6
    Industry Education and Community Services
    Free*

    Certificate IV in Community Services

    Study modes:

    Off campus
    On campus
    Online
    Traineeship

    Sub study areas:

    Community Services

    Throughout this qualification, you will learn how to design and deliver accessible programs that enhance community participation and are in line with the legal and ethical requirements of the community services sector.

    This course focuses on equipping you with skills in advanced communication, group work, training, community provision and program development. 

    Certificate IV
    National ID: CHC52021
    State ID: BIJ1
    Industry Education and Community Services
    Half price^

    Diploma of Community Services

    Study modes:

    On campus
    Online

    Sub study areas:

    Community Services

     

    This qualification provides you with the skills to develop, implement and evaluate programs, secure and manage funding, case-manage clients in a community services setting, and lead a community services team. Throughout this course, you will develop specialised skills in community services care and gain the knowledge to support colleagues in a supervisory or team management capacity. 

    You will undertake training in three sections: program development, case management and team leadership. This course provides an affordable entry pathway into university study in an approved social work degree. 

    Diploma
    State ID: AF008
    Industry Education and Community Services
    Free*

    Community Support Skill Set

    Delivered at:

    Study modes:

    On campus

    Sub study areas:

    Community Services

    Units:

    HLTWHS002 Follow safe work practices for direct client care
    HLTAID011 Provide first aid
    CHCCOM005 Communicate and work in health or community services

     

    Skill set
    State ID: IAC81
    Industry Building and Construction

    Confined Space Gas Testing Skill Set

    Delivered at:

    Study modes:

    On campus

    Sub study areas:

    Civil Construction

    Participants will learn how to perform some of the following tasks:

    • Identifying, monitoring and reassessing risk control measures
    • Personal Protective Equipment
    • Planning, access and egress
    • Safely performing duties
    • System dismantle and pack up
    • Define a confined space
    • Identification Hazard and use control measure
    • Use of Confined Space Entry Permit
    • Risk control measure
    • Stand-by person and their responsibilities
    • Correct equipment for tasks
    • Hierarchy of hazard control
    • Rescue Plan
    • Isolation procedures
    Units:
    MSMWHS217 Gas test atmospheres
    RIIWHS202E Enter and work in confined spaces
    Skill set
    State ID: IAC60
    Industry Building and Construction
    Half price^
    Skill sets

    Confined Space, Working at Heights, Gas Test Skill Set

    Delivered at:

    Study modes:

    On campus

    Sub study areas:

    Civil Construction

     This course covers:

    • Identifying, monitoring and reassessing risk control measures
    • Fall arrest systems
    • Personal Protective Equipment
    • Planning, access and egress
    • Safely performing duties
    • System dismantle and pack up
    • Define a confined space
    • Identification Hazard and use control measure
    • Use of Confined Space Entry Permit
    • Risk control measure
    • Stand-by person and their responsibilities
    • Correct equipment for tasks
    • Hierarchy of hazard control
    • Rescue Plan
    • Isolation procedures

    This course is ideal for those seeking work within the Mining and Resource industry.

    Units:
    MSMWHS217 Gas test atmospheres
    RIIWHS202E Enter and work in confined spaces
    RIIWHS204E Work safely at heights
    Skill set
    National ID: AHC10120
    State ID: BGF6
    Industry Agriculture, Animals, Science and the Environment

    Certificate I in Conservation and Ecosystem Management

    Study modes:

    Off campus
    On campus

    Sub study areas:

    Conservation and Land Management

    Throughout this course, you will learn about natural area conservation, ecological restoration, nursery work, machinery operation and maintenance, safe work practices and basic chemical safety.

    You will complete written assignments and work in teams to undertake programs that assist in maintaining the natural environment. 

    Certificate I
    National ID: AHC21020
    State ID: BGH1
    Industry Agriculture, Animals, Science and the Environment
    Half price^

    Certificate II in Conservation and Ecosystem Management

    Study modes:

    Off campus
    On campus
    Traineeship

    Sub study areas:

    Conservation and Land Management

    Participants will gain practical skills in occupational health and safety, fire management, machinery operation and maintenance, fencing and biodiversity practices.

    Throughout this course, students will complete written assignments and work in teams to undertake programs that assist in maintaining the natural environment.

    This course is not campus based but delivered upon request to a closed group on rural properties across the Kimberley and Pilbara regions. Please contact us for more information.

    Certificate II
    National ID: AHC31421
    State ID: BHM6
    Industry Agriculture, Animals, Science and the Environment

    Certificate III in Conservation and Ecosystem Management

    Delivered at:

    Study modes:

    Workplace

    Sub study areas:

    Conservation and Land Management

    Students can elect to focus on Indigenous land management, conservation earthworks, lands, parks and wildlife, or natural area management.

    Throughout this course, students will complete written assignments and work in teams to undertake programs that assist in maintaining the natural environment. Participants will gain practical skills in occupational health and safety, fire management, biodiversity surveying, mapping and an understanding of remote operations.

    This course is not campus based but delivered upon request to a closed group on rural properties across the Kimberley and Pilbara regions. Please contact us for more information.

    Certificate III
    National ID: AHC40920
    State ID: BGH6
    Industry Agriculture, Animals, Science and the Environment

    Certificate IV in Conservation and Ecosystem Management

    Delivered at:

    Study modes:

    On campus
    Workplace

    Sub study areas:

    Conservation and Land Management

     

    This course covers practical skills in planning, implementing, costing and budgeting for conservation projects. Throughout this course you will learn about land and sea management, ecological restoration, revegetation and monitoring diversity, map production and wildfire management. You will undertake written assignments and work in teams to complete a range of programs on country.

    This course is not campus based but delivered upon request to a closed group on rural properties across the Kimberley and Pilbara regions. Please contact us for more information.

    Certificate IV
    National ID: CPC10120
    State ID: BGB6
    Industry Building and Construction
    Free*

    Certificate I in Construction

    Study modes:

    Off campus
    On campus

    Sub study areas:

    General Construction

    Participants will learn a broad range of practical skills through a basic construction project, to help them decide which area of building and construction to follow.

    Participants will learn about:

    • Bricklaying/blocklaying
    • Carpentry and joinery
    • Painting and decorating

    This course is available at other campus locations upon request.

    Certificate I
    National ID: CPC20120
    State ID: BGB9
    Industry Building and Construction
    Half price^

    Certificate II in Construction

    Study modes:

    Off campus
    On campus

    Sub study areas:

    General Construction

    The qualification has core units of competency that are required in many Certificate III qualifications.

    The elective options are structured to allow choice from a range of units aligned at Certificate III level and in total could provide meaningful credit in a construction industry Apprenticeship.

    Certificate II
    National ID: CPC20220
    State ID: BGC8
    Industry Building and Construction
    Half price^

    Certificate II in Construction Pathways

    Study modes:

    On campus

    Sub study areas:

    General Construction

    This qualification provides a pathway to the primary trades in the construction industry (with the exception of plumbing). Trade outcomes are predominantly achieved through an Australian Apprenticeship and this qualification allows for inclusion of skills suited for entry to off-site occupations, such as joinery as well as carpentry, bricklaying and other occupations in general construction.

    This qualification is designed to introduce learners to the recognised trade callings in the construction industry and provide meaningful credit in a construction industry Australian Apprenticeship.

    The qualification has core unit of competency requirements that are required in most Certificate III qualifications. The elective options are structured to allow choice from areas of trade skills as an introduction to a range of occupations.

    Certificate II
    State ID: IAE09
    Industry Hospitality, Tourism and Events
    Half price^
    Skill sets

    Creative Cafe Beverages Skill Set

    Delivered at:

    Study modes:

    On campus

    Sub study areas:

    Hospitality

    This two-day course will teach participants how to perfectly make cafe style drinks. Some beverages may include:

    • Iced coffees
    • Iced chocolates
    • Smoothies
    • Frappes teas
    Units:
    SITHFAB024 - Prepare and serve non-alcoholic beverages
    SITXFSA005 - Use hygienic practices for food safety
     
     
    Skill set
    State ID: AE820
    Industry Information Technology, Library and Digital
    Free*

    Digital Literacy Skill Set

    Study modes:

    On campus

    Sub study areas:

    Business
    General IT
    Library

    This skill set is crafted for individuals aiming to fulfil competency standards in a diverse array of digital literacy skills, encompassing essential areas such as basic computing, effective web searching, and proficiency in fundamental application software.

    Skill set
    State ID: IAA25
    Industry Building and Construction
    Half price^
    Skill sets

    Dogging Skill Set

    Delivered at:

    Study modes:

    On campus

    Sub study areas:

    Civil Construction

    The Dogging Skill Set is a 5 day course comprised of theory and practical activities where you will learn how to facilitate lifting equipment and materials through a crane.  The skills learn on this course will allow you to successfully move, position and relocate materials ranging in size around their respective work areas in a safe and effective manner.

    You will gain skills in...
    • Correctly performing slinging techniques
    • Select and inspect lifting gear
    • Direct crane operators in the movement of loads out of view of the operator
    Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) requirements:

    You will need to have the following PPE at a minimum when conducting the practical assessments:

    • Hi-Vis Long sleeve shirt
    • Long Pants
    • Steel Cap Boots
    • Hard Hat
    • Safety Glasses
    • Gloves
    Units:

    CPCCLDG3001 License to perform dogging

    The unit of competency covered in this course is based upon the National Standard for Licensing Persons Performing High Risk Work.

    Skill set
    National ID: CHC30121
    State ID: BGY3
    Industry Education and Community Services
    Free*

    Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care

    Study modes:

    On campus
    Online
    Traineeship

    Sub study areas:

    Early Childhood Education and Care

    This course is the nationally regulated entry-level qualification for educators who wish to support the development and wellbeing of children from birth to school age in an early childhood education and care setting. You will learn how to implement the National Quality Framework, National Regulations and National Quality Standards. 

    Throughout this course, you will learn about best practices for facilitating children’s play, creating healthy and safe environments and cultural competence. You will learn how to facilitate development in the context of an approved learning framework, following established policies and procedures.

    Certificate III
    National ID: CHC50121
    State ID: BGY6
    Industry Education and Community Services
    Free*

    Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care

    Study modes:

    Off campus
    On campus
    Online
    Traineeship

    Sub study areas:

    Early Childhood Education and Care

     

    This qualification elevates your skills in the early childhood education and care sector, with a focus on leadership and support. Throughout this course, you will learn how to support and lead children’s learning and development, maintain compliance in service operations, supervise staff and work with community members and external agencies to achieve successful outcomes. You will learn how to analyse and apply a range of specialised theoretical concepts to diverse work situations. 

    The early childhood education and care sector is experiencing increased demand, driven by population growth and an emphasis on the importance of early childhood development. This course provides you with an opportunity to progress your career in a growing industry.

    Diploma
    National ID: UEE20920
    State ID:
    Industry Engineering and Mining

    Certificate II in Electronic Assembly

    Study modes:

    Sub study areas:

    Electrical and Electrotechnology

    This hands-on course equips students with essential skills in electronic components assembly, troubleshooting ELV single path circuits, and fabricating utility industry components.

    Certificate II
    National ID: UEE22020
    State ID: BFP1
    Industry Engineering and Mining
    Half price^

    Certificate II in Electrotechnology (Career Start)

    Delivered at:

    Study modes:

    Sub study areas:

    Electrical and Electrotechnology

    In UEE22020 Certificate II in Electrotechnology, students embark on a specialised journey tailored for school students. In this Qualification, they will gain essential skills in mathematics, physics, and practical electrical knowledge, preparing them for entry-level roles in this high-demand field. 

    Certificate II
    National ID: UEE30820
    State ID: BFN0
    Industry Building and Construction
    Half price^

    Certificate III in Electrotechnology Electrician

    Study modes:

    On campus

    Sub study areas:

    Electrical and Electrotechnology

    Apprentices will learn through a combination of employment and block training at North Regional TAFE.

    This qualification provides competencies to select, install, set up, test, fault find, repair and maintain electrical systems and equipment in buildings and premises. It includes ERAC requirements for an ‘Electrician’s licence’.

    Participants will learn how to:

    • Fabricate, dismantle, assemble of utilities industry components
    • Fix and secure electrotechnology equipment
    • Solve problems in d.c. circuits, low voltage a.c. circuits, electromagnetic devices and related circuits
    • Solve problems in single and three phase low voltage machines and electrical apparatus and circuits
    • Use drawings, diagrams, schedules, standards, codes and specifications
    • Apply environmental and sustainable procedures in the energy sector
    • Install low voltage wiring and accessories
    • Install appliances, switchgear and verify compliance and functionality of low voltage general electrical installations
    • Develop and connect electrical control circuits
    • Trouble-shoot and repair faults in low voltage electrical apparatus and circuits
    Certificate III
    State ID: IAA27
    Industry Building and Construction
    Half price^
    Skill sets

    Elevated Work Platform Skill Set

    Delivered at:

    Study modes:

    On campus

    Sub study areas:

    Civil Construction

    Undertaking theory and practical activities, participants will be guided through the operation of an EWP, ensuring:

    • hazards and risk elimination/control strategies
    • conduct routine checks
    • set up an elevating work platform
    • operate an elevating work platform in a safe manner
    • safely shut down and secure the elevating work platform.

    The three-day course may also be shortened with prior industry knowledge or machine experience.

    Upon successful completion, participants will receive a Statement of Attainment. NR TAFE will submit an Application for High Risk Work Licence (Class WP) on your behalf, providing all requirements are met. For details, please see https://www.commerce.wa.gov.au/worksafe/apply-or-renew-high-risk-work-licence(opens in a new tab)

    The three-day course may also be shortened with prior industry knowledge or machine experience. 

    Unit:
    TLILIC0005 Licence to operate a boom-type elevating work platform (boom length 11 metres or more)
    Skill set
    National ID: MEM10119
    State ID: BEK6
    Industry Engineering and Mining

    Certificate I in Engineering

    Study modes:

    On campus

    Sub study areas:

    Engineering

    This qualification assists participants to develop the skills and knowledge required to transition into a Certificate II in Engineering.

    This course is available at other campus locations upon request.

    Certificate I
    National ID: MEM20105
    State ID: W233
    Industry Engineering and Mining
    Half price^

    Certificate II in Engineering

    Study modes:

    On campus
    Traineeship

    Sub study areas:

    Engineering
    Fabrication
    Mining

     

    This qualification provides the minimum requirement for employment in manufacturing, engineering, or related industries. Offered through a formal traineeship, it combines workplace experience with study at North Regional TAFE. Training includes both on-the-job and off-the-job components specified in an individual Training Plan. Employment in an engineering or manufacturing environment is required. School students must be formally engaged in a traineeship. This qualification equips you with foundational knowledge and skills for future career opportunities in these industries.

    Participants will learn skills in:

    • Using tools
    • Measuring and calculating
    • Technical drawing and drafting
    • Welding

    Participants will also learn about safety in the workplace, computing and maths. Participants will be able to practice the skills they have learned during on and off the job training.

    Certificate II