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Short Courses

We provide short courses and skills development solutions across the Mid West, Gascoyne, Goldfields and Wheatbelt regions.

Short courses range from Computing, Management, Safety, Industry and Mining as well as Verification of Competencies.  TAFE Short courses are a great way to learn a new skill and to 'test the waters' in new areas that you might be interested in.  Many a new career or interest has been launched from a short course that someone has enjoyed.  

Some of our specialty areas include:

Visual Arts Short Courses - drawing, printmaking, painting, textiles - you name it we do it!  Bring out your inner artist, you might surprise yourself
Photography - capturing a digital image is so important in todays digital world, you might learn the art of the perfect 'selfie'!
Gardening Gurus - all welcome at our courses specifically designed for the gardening challenges in Exmouth
Prepare yourself for industry - we have a wide range of specialty Licencing and Tickets short courses which can improve employment prospects
Recreational Skippers Tickets - it doesn't matter to us whether it is hot or cold, we provide training all year round
Work Health and Safety - short courses that lead into full qualifications to suit your needs.

 

Customer service and reliability are part of our core values as your local training provider. Our courses are delivered by industry professionals who are engaging and committed to ensuring students are job ready.

We offer clients a unique product by customising courses to meet their specific needs. Our training is conducted either on-site or on-campus and offers the flexibility of selecting a set date or choosing a date and time that suits you. 

Let us know what you need and we will make it happen!  Whether you are looking for a short course that is accredited or you just want to learn something new, we have something to suit everyone.

Check out our short courses page for the list of courses we offer.

Page last updated August 04, 2016