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Carnarvon

 14 Camel Lane, Carnarvon Western Australia 6701
 (08) 9941 0100 or 1800 672 700
 carnarvon@crtafe.wa.edu.au

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Carnarvon is a coastal town situated approximately 900 kilometres (560 mi) north of Perth, and 479 km North of Geraldton, Western Australia. Renowned for its banana plantations and stunning landscapes, the town lies at the mouth of the Gascoyne River on the Indian Ocean. The popular Shark Bay world heritage area lies to the south of the town and the Ningaloo Reef and the popular tourist town of Exmouth lie to the north. Within Carnarvon is the Mungullah Aboriginal Community. Inland, Carnarvon has strong links with the town of Gascoyne Junction and the Burringurrah Community.

The Carnarvon campus was established in 1988 and delivers approximately forty qualifications to around 600 students each year. 

Training is offered in art, hospitality, business and administration, financial services, information technology, general education, conservation and land management, clothing production and printmaking, community services, marine, engineering and more.

Facilities

Located on the lower level of the building our crèche incorporates both an indoor and outdoor play area. It is supervised and is a safe, happy and comfortable place for your children, aged from 8 weeks old to primary school, to attend while you are in class.

Opening Hours:
Monday - Friday 8.30am to 4.30pm
During TAFE term

Our computer lab is located on the upper floor of the campus. It is fully equipped with workstations, software and internet access to encourage students to undertake their studies in a welcoming environment.

Equipped with computer facilities to assist students to study and complete courses at their own pace and in their own time.

Parking is available on the street surrounding the campus. There are designated parking bays available for people with disabilities.

Located on the lower level, the common room is a welcoming space for students to recharge and relax during study breaks. It is equipped with a microwave, fridge, and tea/coffee making facilities.

Carnarvon

  (08) 9941 0100 or 1800 672 700
 carnarvon@crtafe.wa.edu.au

The Carnarvon campus was established in 1988 and delivers approximately forty qualifications to around 600 students each year. 

Address

Central Regional TAFE, Carnarvon Campus
14 Camel Lane
Carnarvon WA 6701
Australia

 

 

Courses available at Carnarvon Campus

^ Please note: Eligibility requirements apply to some of the free training.
^ You’ll pay half price course fees on Lower fees, Local Skills qualifications, however please note other fees may apply such as for resources that are specifically needed for your course.
National ID: AHC30116
State ID: BCW6
Industry Agriculture, Animals, Science and the Environment
Half price^

Certificate III in Agriculture

A career that pays off every season.

Set yourself up for sustainable success with livestock, crops, machinery operations and more with this detailed and varied course. Practice real skills in various scenarios across multiple operations.

Study modes:

Flexible
Online

If a life on the land appeals to you, now is the time to grab the wheel.

Learn vital skills for a sustainable industry from livestock breeding, health and transportation, to establishing pastures and crop harvesting. Become a qualified operator of machinery such as tractors, skid-steers and front-end loaders and learn best practice for building stock fences and more.

This qualification enables individuals to select a livestock production, cropping or livestock context as a job focus or, in the case of mixed farming enterprises, both cropping and livestock. Individuals with this qualification perform tasks in a variety of contexts, which involve some judgement in selecting equipment and services

Half price fees apply!

Certificate III
National ID: CHC30213
State ID: J588
Industry Education and Community Services
Half price^

Certificate III in Education Support

Be a classroom champion.

Ready to be everyone's favourite person in the classroom? With this qualification you'll learn to support students and assist teachers to deliver education programs in any situation.

Study modes:

Flexible
On campus
Online

Support students with additional needs, and assist teachers with creating comfortable and encouraging class environments.

This qualification is nationally recognised, providing you with future job opportunities to gain employment in the education sector. It is aimed at workers who provide assistance and support to teachers and students in a range of educational settings. These may include public, Catholic and independent schools and community education centres.

You will learn how to effectively communicate with students and colleagues, provide support to students in developing their literacy and numeracy skills and learn how to work collaboratively as part of an educational team. As part of this qualification you will undertake supervised work placement where you will be able to apply the skills and knowledge you have learned.

You will gain the following skills:

  • Improving literacy and numeracy in classrooms
  • Understanding and applying legal and ethical requirements
  • Integrating Information Communication Technology (ICT) across the curriculum
  • Implementing planned education programs for students with additional needs
  • Working effectively with culturally diverse students and staff, and
  • Contributing to the safety and health of students.
Certificate III
National ID: CHCSS00114
State ID: AE116
Industry Education and Community Services
Free*
Infection control
Skill sets

Entry into Care Roles Skill Set

Step up and step in to a caring industry.

Provide care, create plans, comply with infection control policies and procedures and ensure the safety of all with this timely skill set.

Study modes:

On campus

Start your career in the community care industry.

In these unprecedented times, industries need workers to manage infection control while in the direct care of others.

There is increased opportunity for new workers to pick up skills in direct care and progress to an entry level role.

In an era of COVID-19 infection control, gain the skills and knowledge required to provide entry level support and basic client care for a range of roles and purposes within the aged care and disability support sectors. 

Skill set
National ID: CHC33015
State ID: AA66
Industry Education and Community Services
Half price^

Certificate III in Individual Support (Ageing)

Make a difference every day of your working life.

When you complete the Certificate III in Individual Support (Ageing) you'll be on your way to a career helping those that need support due to being further along in life.

Study modes:

Flexible
On campus
Traineeship

This qualification reflects the role of workers in the community and/or residential setting who follow an individualised plan to provide person-centred support to people who may require support due to ageing, disability or some other reason. Work involves using discretion and judgement in relation to individual support as well as taking responsibility for own outputs. Workers have a range of factual, technical and procedural knowledge, as well as some theoretical knowledge of the concepts and practices required to provide person-centred support.

Half price fees apply!

Certificate III
National ID: SIR20216
State ID: BAA0
Industry Hospitality, Tourism and Events

Certificate II in Retail Services

A career where staff are always needed.

Working in retail can be as varied as you can imagine. Take the first step towards a career in the retail industry and learn essential skills that will set your apart from the workforce competition.

Delivered at:

Study modes:

Flexible

Would you like to work in the retail sector?

Gain a competitive advantage with a Certificate II in Retail Services. With this qualification you will learn how to merchandise, market, sell, and control stock. It will equip you with skills in customer service, advising customers, theft minimisation and give you an insight into the global world of sales with online shopping.

Certificate II
National ID: AHC30318
State ID: BEF8
Industry Agriculture, Animals, Science and the Environment

Certificate III in Rural and Environmental Pest Management

Keep valuable assets pest-free.

Begin a career where your skills in identifying and managing pests will be constantly in demand. This qualification could see you working in agriculture, conservation and land management, horticulture and beyond.

Delivered at:

Study modes:

Online

Keep our livestock and farming pest-free.

This qualification provides the skills and knowledge required for pest management contractors, pest management field officers, vertebrate pest management field officers and weed management field officers in the pest management industry. This includes those who work in weed management as well as vertebrate pest management in conservation, land management, horticulture and agriculture settings.

 

Certificate III
National ID: D9500P
State ID: D9500P
Industry Building and Construction

Safety and Health Representative

Health in the workplace will always be in demand.

Get the essential skills required by Worksafe to be a Safety and Health Representative. Your skills will be in demand at all workplaces in any industry.

Study modes:

On campus

Central Regional TAFE is a WorkSafe approved provider of this course required by all newly elected Safety and Heath Representatives.

You will gain the knowledge and skills to carry out the functions of an elected Safety and Health Representative (SHR). SHR play an important role in fostering cooperation and consultation between employers and employee's in the workplace. This course is designed to enable the SHR to effectively represent their fellow employee's on all matters relating to safety and health in the workplace. 

Topics covered include:

  • Apply WHS legislation in the role of a Safety and Health Representative
  • Conduct workplace inspections
  • Communicate effectively on safety and health matters
  • Understand the role of WorkSafe in the workplace
  • Effectively represent employees on safety and health issues
  • Identify and evaluate hazards in the workplace and apply a risk management process
  • Assist with resolving safety and health matters in the workplace
  • Conduct an effective investigation into workplace accidents, incidents and injuries
Short course
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