It all starts here.
Whatever your time in life, wherever you are in your career, whoever you want to be, however you want to get there. At Central Regional TAFE we will help you find your career, find your calling, find your start.
It all starts with short courses that give you a stepping stone, with qualifications that open doors right where you need them, with pathways towards degree courses and beyond. It all starts with teachers who know their field—and know how to share it well. It all starts with training programs developed for industry—and delivered alongside them. It all starts with flexible learning that meets you wherever you are—whatever your challenges. It all starts with a community of trainers and learners working together. It all starts with a fair chance—to make a go of the road you choose.
Because it is all about where you’re going. And it all starts when you choose Central Regional TAFE to help you get there. It all starts with options as big as our region — from Exmouth to Geraldton from Northam to Kalgoorlie — and then taking you anywhere in Australia or the world.
About CR TAFE
Greater in area than the Northern Territory, Central Regional TAFE has the largest geographical footprint of all the TAFEs in Western Australia, encompassing 1.55 million square kilometres, or 58% of Western Australia.
This footprint comes with some unique challenges in supporting students, staff and industry across a wide area of Western Australia, but also provides opportunities for a diverse set of training products to accommodate the distinctive geographical conditions associated with the central region of Western Australia.
Strong industry partnerships in the region have enabled the organisation to offer local, distinctive courses with over 9,000 students unlocking their learning potential in 2022.
The Carnarvon campus was established in 1988 and delivers approximately forty qualifications to around 600 students each year.
Exmouth is at the tip of Western Australia’s North West Cape on the doorstep of the world heritage listed Ningaloo Reef.
Our Goldfields campus is located in the spectacular mining and resources hub that is Kalgoorlie-Boulder in central Western Australia.
Central regional TAFE - Merredin campus provides a centre for students to progress their flexible, online and open learning training in the eastern Wheatbelt region of Western Australia.
Our Moora campus is the hub for training and education in the Northern region of the Wheatbelt.
The main training facility in the Avon region, offering training services to the towns of Northam and Shires of Toodyay, York, Northam, Goomalling and Dowerin.
Our training extends across the entire Midwest, Gascoyne, Wheatbelt and Goldfields regions. Our experienced lecturers often travel to remote areas such as Mt Magnet, Meekatharra, Wiluna across the Ngaanyatjarra Lands.
Unlocking potential through training for the skills and jobs of the future.
- Agriculture, Animals, Science and Environment
- Building and Construction
- Business and Finance
- Creative Industries
- Education and Community Services
- Engineering and Mining
- English, Languages and Foundation Studies
- Healthy and Beauty
- Hospitality and Tourism
- Information Technology, Library & Digital
- Maritime and Logistics
Our flexible training options are designed to work around your lifestyle and commitments, with everything from full-time, part-time and flexible schedules to online courses. If you're a school-leaver, stay at home parent, mature-age apprentice or just looking to upskill, there's something for everyone at Central Regional TAFE.
By providing contemporary, high-quality training that is key to meeting industry and community needs.
We work together as a team and communication openly and honestly with each other. When one does well, we all do well.
We are genuine, honest, and apply high ethical standards.
We have a "can do" attitude" and seek solutions that are imaginative, championing flexible thinking and approaches.
We treat everyone fairly, valuing the difference between people, taking their preferences into consideration and acknowledging the rights of others.
We respond to challenges, take appropriate risks and accept responsibility for our actions. We are resilient and positive and show trust in each other.