Tafe courses can open career doors
For anyone looking for a job, promotion or new direction, now is the time to plan for the future.
Applications are open now for full-time study at South Regional TAFE in 2018, so call at the TAFE stand at the Albany Show, where the friendly staff will discuss training options and help decide on a course to suit.
With a nationally recognised qualification from TAFE, graduates will be equipped with the skills for a real job. Dozens of courses are offered in areas such as business, rural, construction, education, health, fitness, beauty therapy, community services, tourism and information technology.
Lecturers are professionals who are knowledgeable in their study area and support students every step of the way.
The college also offers a range of short-course training in areas including high-risk licensing, work health and safety, office skills, earthmoving and lifestyle.
From computing to cookery and from first aid to forklifts, the list is long and comprehensive.
Find out more about full and part-time courses and short courses at South Regional TAFE.
Visit the website southregionaltafe.wa.edu.au or phone 9892 8888 and take time to check out the stand at the show.
Corbyn Robinson tests equipment in the electrotechnology workshop at the Albany campus.