Building tomorrow’s capability today.

A quality consortium of Western Australian institutions, industry, and Government, brought together to deliver unique training programs.

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More than just education & training.

The Western Australian, Technical, Vocational Education and Training (WA TVET) consortium is a quality group of Western Australian Institutions brought together with the common goal of sharing capabilities and expertise in the identification and delivery of unique training solutions for the global market. Members of the consortium include North Metropolitan TAFE, South Metropolitan TAFE and Phoenix Academy.

WA TVET can help by providing the following:

Agile centralised (‘one-stop-shop’) training and project management service
Offshore training partnerships
Teacher Training and Train-the-Trainer programs
Leadership Development Training
Corporate Communications Training
Customized training solutions across a range of training skill sets
Consultancy services in relation to upskilling and skills development

The Western Australian Government is proud to support the WA TVET

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A Quality consortium of Western Australian Institutions.

areas of speciality

English Language Training
Vocational Teacher Training
Business, Leadership and Management
Engineering, Mining and Construction
Information Technology and Digital Media
Health and Community Services
Science and Environmental Studies
Building Design, Construction and Engineering
Travel, Tourism and Events
Horticulture, Conservation and Land Management
Employability and Careers Development

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