Applications for Semester 1 2023 are now closed.
Applications for Semester 2 2023 open in May 2023. Please check back for details.
In the meantime, search our course pages and to find a course which fits your career pathway. Some handy information to get you ready to apply;
- We have two main student intakes each year – Semester 1 and Semester 2 for most qualifications. You must apply within the intake period beforehand via TAFE Admissions to be considered for a place.
- Sometimes after the closing period, we may have limited remaining places in courses. You can express your interest but there are no guarantees. So, to avoid missing out in securing your spot, it’s always best to get your application in early.
- Other course types such as skill sets, short courses or traineeships and apprentices have different ways to apply, and advice for those are listed further below on this page.
- Eligibility requirements are available on each course page. These are set to ensure you have a successful study journey.
- Be prepared before you start an application with all the required documents for your course so you have everything you need ready.
For any help finding the best course for you or the applications process, contact our friendly Call Centre team by phone or email.
- South West (campuses at Bunbury, Busselton, Collie, Harvey, Manjimup, Margaret River) on Freecall 1800 621 445 or 6371 3070, email CourseInformation@srtafe.wa.edu.au
- Great Southern (campuses at Albany, Denmark, Mt Barker, Katanning, Esperance and Narrogin) on Freecall 1800 675 781 or 6371 3870, email CourseAdvice@srtafe.wa.edu.au
Courses with different application methods than TAFE Admissions
Please follow the application instructions on your chosen course’s webpage, usually located in the 'Apply now' tabs.
Instructions may differ depending if there are planned training dates or not.
Apprenticeships - usually last three or four years depending on the qualification and cover 'traditional' trades such as carpentry, electrical, automotive, engineering, hairdressing, and plumbing. Once you have successfully completed your training, you will become a qualified tradesperson.
Traineeships – usually last one or two years and provide training in vocational areas not usually covered by apprenticeships. Traineeships are available across a diverse range of emerging careers in most sectors of business and industry. Once you have successfully completed your training, you will receive a nationally recognised qualification.
If you wish to become an apprentice or trainee, please read the Apprenticeships and Traineeships(opens in a new tab) page.
We offer a series of VET programs for Year 11 and 12 students attending high school. Visit the VET Delivered to Secondary Students(opens in a new tab) page for more information.
In order to comply with COVID-19 Government directed social distancing guidelines, some courses may include a mix of online and classroom based training delivery, as well as practical and work experience placements.
While the mode of delivery might vary, the content and key learning outcomes of the course will remain the same.
The precise mix of delivery method will vary from course to course. The time, place and method of delivery may also vary across the semester to ensure social distancing and safe training delivery for staff and students during the COVID-19 pandemic.
South Regional TAFE will provide students with adequate support to work in online environments where necessary.