Education Review | South Regional TAFE: Trust TAFE for training and support

Plan your training: Commercial cookery student Stephanie Humphries in the Epicure Restaurant training kitchen at the Bunbury campus.

Plan your training: Commercial cookery student Stephanie Humphries in the Epicure Restaurant training kitchen at the Bunbury campus.

Gaining a nationally-recognised qualification from South Regional TAFE will equip you with the skills for a job you’ll love.

The college delivers quality training to people in the south of WA from Bunbury to Esperance and provides all the support they need to reach their goals.

If you’re considering training full-time in 2019, it’s time to consider your options because applications are open now.

Courses are available in many areas including horticulture, business, fitness, hospitality, leadership and management, art, beauty therapy, children’s services, IT, tourism and community services.

Those needing help to improve their language skills, either to prepare for further study or to become more competitive in the job market, will find a suitable course from the college’s adult education offerings.

Balancing work and study is made easier by the flexible and online options for many courses.

Lecturers have established relationships with local business and industry operators, so they are familiar with the requirements of employers.

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They are also knowledgeable in their fields, so students can be confident they are learning appropriate skills for jobs.

Apprenticeship, pre-apprenticeship and traineeship programs ensure students gain the skills for their qualification and a bright future in a trade.

Modern facilities for study and research include trades workshops, computer rooms, media studios, hair and beauty salons, training kitchens and laboratories.

Through the library services, students also have access to a massive database of information, books and online resources.

A choice of payment options helps remove the barriers to enrolment for people facing financial challenges.

Payment plans can be organised, and concessional rates are available for eligible students.

While many TAFE graduates find work in their local area, others take their skills and qualifications to other places in Australia or overseas.

Come to the Open Day at the Albany and Bunbury campuses on Saturday, October 13 from 10am-1pm to talk to student services staff and lecturers about courses and jobs, plus get help with your application.