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Applications for Semester One courses have now closed.
Semester two applications open on Monday 1 May and close on Monday 12 June.
Competitive offers will be released via email to applicants on Wednesday 21 June. Non-competitive offers will be released throughout the application period 1 May to 23 June.
Once you have decided what course you want to do, applying for a place involves a few simple steps.
If you need assistance at any point during the process, or need help finding the best course for you, then contact your local campus.
The application process
There are several ways to apply for entry to South Regional TAFE depending on what type of course you are interested in.
1. full-time applications - via state training admissions
Applications for most full-time courses are made through State Training Admissions. Before you start, make sure you have the correct course details and that you meet the entry requirements. You can do this by visiting our courses page and searching for the course you are interested in, or for a full version of the admission guide click here.
We recommend you contact us first so that we can guide you through the application process.
Visit TAFE Admissions to apply for a full-time course tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au
2.South Regional TAFE - late applications
If you miss the deadline in submitting an application for study in a full-time course or you want to make an application for a part time course then you can apply directly to South Regional TAFE. Contact your local campus.
3. Part-time applications
Selected courses are available to study part time at South Regional TAFE and normally enrolments are taken in January and July each year. Contact your local campus for more information.
4. short course applications
Complete the “Contact Us” form on the short course webpage you are interested in, you should expect a reply within two business days. Or directly contact the campus which is offering the course.
The next step - If your application is successful you will receive an offer letter from South Regional TAFE, after which you can enrol. The letter will provide details about how and when you are required to enrol and will direct you to enrolment details online.
Page last updated April 10, 2017