We believe that every person has the right to access education. At North Regional TAFE our team is committed to providing equitable access and inclusion for people with varying ability.
What assistance can be provided?
We have a dedicated AccessAbility Coordinator and support staff who can provide information, advice and coordinate an individualised plan to support you on campus and in the classroom. We can support you by providing one-on-one orientation, designated parking and access to our facilities as well as assistance with the enrolment process. NR TAFE will provide alternative formats for written materials and make assessment arrangements to suit you. AccessAbility services are confidential. To find out more about what resources and support are available to you whilst undertaking your studies, please view our Disability Access and Inclusion Plan available on our website.
Disability Access and Inclusion Plan
Alternatively you can email: AccessAbility@nrtafe.wa.edu.au or call our Customer Engagement Team on 1300 996 573 and ask to speak to our AccessAbility Coordinator.
Literacy and Numeracy Support
Literacy and numeracy support is available to you once you have enrolled in a vocational Qualification. This assists you to complete the Qualification you are enrolled in by providing support with the reading, writing and numeracy components of the course.
English and additional needs support
Assistance is available to students who have additional needs, require additional support to undertake a literacy and numeracy course or require language support to undertake an English course. NR TAFE also offers International English Language Testing System (IELTS) preparation training and a subsequent test centre for students to sit the IELTS exam with the University of Western Australia or prepare for a citizenship test.
The accessibility features currently available include:
- increasing or decreasing the text size (via the users' browser)
- 'skip to' links and a logical tab order to navigate using assistive technologies
- printer-friendly content
Your Internet browser has the ability to make the text larger or smaller on this site (or on any website you visit) by changing the settings on your computer.
To check which Internet browser is installed on your machine:
- open your Internet browser
- select "Help" from the top menu of your browser
- select "About" (followed by your browser name) from the drop down list
- The screen that comes up will display which browser and version you are using.
The following Web Accessibility initiative (WAI) web page has instructions on changing text size and colours.
Site breadcrumbs help you to determine the location of the page that you are currently viewing.
The 'crumbs' progress from the highest to the lowest level from left to right i.e. starting with the home page and ending with the currently viewed page as shown in the example below.
To print content from this website, simply use the print function of your Internet browser. The print function is usually located under the ‘File’ menu of your browser.
When a web page is printed, it will print the title and location of the page as well as the content. Navigation menus and banners are automatically removed for your convenience to improve readability on paper.
The default contrast for printing is black text on a white background. Any unnecessary images should be removed. It is recommended you use the print preview function of your browser if it is available.
Problems with this website's performance or functionality can be reported via our contact us page.
Please contact us with any questions relating to the accessibility of this website, or to get alternative formats of information.
The Department of Training and Workforce Development takes no responsibility for the accessibility levels of external websites linked to from this website.
Search this site to find the information you require using keywords.
There is also an option to visit the whole of WA Government search.
This site contains web content that may require you to install additional software on your computer.
The following is a list of software that you may need to open some documents and files:
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Copies of documents will be made available in alternative formats on request.
The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) has produced the Website Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 (WCAG 2.0) to assist website designers, developers and administrators in producing accessible pages and content. There are three levels of accessibility compliance; Level A, AA and AAA. Further information on the accessibility guidelines can be found below:
- Website Governance Framework
- Web Content Accessibility Guidelines