Help shape the strategic direction of training in Western Australia.
The Minister for Education and Training is looking for people with effective leadership and strategic thinking skills and the ability to work collegiately within the TAFE sector to help shape training to meet future industry and community needs throughout Western Australia.
If you have these skills, knowledge of vocational education and training, experience in community and industry engagement, and a record of service to industry or the community, express your interest now.
Under the Vocational Education and Training Act 1996, Governing Councils play a key role in the strategic management of TAFE Colleges within the Western Australian Government policy framework.
Members of Governing Councils are remunerated for their services.
Expressions of interest (EOI) for membership of Central Regional TAFE Governing Council are invited.
EOIs may also be considered for Governing Council interim vacancies throughout 2022.
The McGowan Government is committed to increasing the representation of women on Government boards and committees. Women are encouraged to apply for Governing Council membership, or alternatively, register with OnBoardWA to express interest.
Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people; and people from culturally diverse backgrounds are also encouraged to apply.
Please send a brief curriculum vitae of no more than two pages using the approved pro forma by Friday 21 January 2022 preferably by email at or by mail to:
Ms Helen Victor
Department of Training and Workforce Development
Locked Bag 16
OSBORNE PARK DELIVERY CENTRE WA 6916
Further information is available on the DTWD website.
Note: Recommended applicants will be asked to consent to a criminal record check. Applicants with a convictions record are not automatically precluded from appointment to the Governing Council. Each case will be considered on its merits.