4 February 2019

Careers Information

WACE Examination - Sickness/Misadventure

If a student's performance in a WACE examination is affected by a temporary sickness, non-permanent disability or unforeseen misadventure suffered immediately before or during the examination period OR a student is prevented from attending an examination due to illness or misadventure, a SICKNESS/MISADVENTURE APPLICATION FORM can be obtained from Mr Frusher or downloaded from the SCSA website for completion and forwarding to School Curriculum & Standards Authority. There is a long list of reasons that will not be accepted by School Curriculum & Standards Authority but if a student is unsure he needs to check with Mr Frusher.

TAFE Applications are open!

Applications are open for Semester 1, 2017 so here's some useful information to help in guiding your students on where to go and what to do, to get enrolled for next year.

How to apply

For full-time study, students need to visit TAFE Admissions and complete an online application. Students will then be required to send in their relevant documentation. They will then receive a Letter of Offer which will invite them to come on campus and enrol (in January 2017).

For apprenticeships/traineeships, students need to contact the Department of Training and Workforce Development's Apprenticeship Office.

Key Dates

9 December 2016 TAFE Admissions applications close (full-time)

6 January 2017 1st round offers issued (full-time competitive courses)

16 January 2017 2nd round offers issued (full-time competitive courses)

Mid/Late January 2017 Enrolments (full-time)

Mid/Late January 2017 Enrolments (part-time, no application required

Campus Open Nights

North Metropolitan TAFE is hosting a number of Campus Open Nights in the coming weeks to give potential students the opportunity to meet lecturing staff, view campus facilities and participate in a range of study-related activities. Most sessions will run from 5.00pm - 7.00pm and all dates, times and study areas are listed on our website. Students will need to register their interest to attend and can do so by completing the RSVP form.

The Royal Aero Club of WA is proud to announce that the 2016 RACWA Young Eagles programme is now open for enrolments.

RACWA Young Eagles is an exciting new programme designed to provide extraordinary aviation experiences to prospective future aviators between 10 and 16 years of age. This is an exclusive activities-based learning experience, limited to 24 participants. The programme operates from the RACWA clubhouse at Jandakot Airport over seven weeks, commencing 1.00pm Saturday 22 October 2016, sessions usually end around 4.00pm.

The indicative schedule consists of the following activities:

  • Introduction to RACWA aircraft and facilities
  • Basic principles of aviation lesson
  • Visit to the Control Tower
  • Tour of the facilities at Jandakot Airport
  • Radio procedures
  • Basic principles of aircraft navigation lesson
  • Tour of commercial operators at Jandakot
  • Model planes and drones

For information and registration forms, please email jgarrett@royalaeroclubwa.com.au or call operations on 9417 0000, spaces for the programme are limited we work on a first in first accepted basis so get in quick to ensure a spot.

Academic Tuition


Mr Peter Frusher

Careers Adviser