Study in Semester 2 2022
Online applications open May 2 2022 for most full time, part time and online qualifications. Click the Apply Now button above to enter our Semester 2 2022 application portal TAFE Admissions. Please let us know if you need any assistance.
If the course you are interested in is not listed in TAFE Admissions, please check the application instructions on that course's webpage.
For any help finding the best course for you or the applications process, contact our friendly Course Information Services team by phone or email.
- South West (campuses at Bunbury, Busselton, Collie, Harvey, Manjimup, Margaret River) on Freecall 1800 621 445 or 6371 3070, email CourseInformation@srtafe.wa.edu.au
Applications are now open for courses at tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au (opens in a new tab) (opens in a new tab) .
There are two types of courses – Competitive and Non-Competitive.
These are courses which are very popular and generally receive more applications than places available.
Main Intake Applications
Open May 2 2022 and close June 8 2022.
Up to this date, you can change your preferences by logging in via tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au(opens in a new tab) (opens in a new tab)
- Add new preferences, for any course
- Change the order of the preferences
- Cancel preferences
- Change the campus of an existing preference.
Open June 9 2022 and close July 29 2022.
Waitlist applications will be accepted for most competitive courses, but some courses will no longer be available if places fill through the main intake of applications.
Online applications will be accepted until the start of Semester 2 2022.
Expressions of interest
From July 29 2022 please contact your local campus directly to see what courses still have places available.
Our popular courses are known as ‘competitive’. This means that more applications are expected to be received than we have places for.
To make a competitive application you will need to supply supporting materials, which may include evidence of employment, volunteering or work experience, written references and previous study evidence. Applications are assessed and then ranked, with the top applicants in the main intake receiving offers.
Please contact Course Information Services(opens in a new tab) (opens in a new tab) for more information about competitive courses.
If you receive an offer, congratulations! Your eligibility for the course has been checked and a place has been allocated to you in a course.
Main Intake Wednesday June 22 2022.
From May 2 2022 until June 22 2022.
Offers once issued are available to view online at tasonline.tafe.wa.edu.au(opens in a new tab) (opens in a new tab)
Attached to your offer letter and below are detailed instructions on how to enrol.
Before we can complete your enrolment, we need you to provide us with evidence of your eligibility to take up a commonwealth funded place with us. You can do this by completing and uploading the required evidence within our online enrolment form.
Have you applied but want to change your course preferences? If you haven't received an offer yet you can log in to TAS online up until the application close date to change your preference. If you have received an offer but would like to ask about changing to a different course please email or phone us on 1800 621 445.
Don't want to accept your offer? If you change your mind and don't want to enrol in the course you have received an offer for please let us know, this will mean we are able to offer the place to someone else. Decline your offer email or phone us on 1800 621 445.
If your application is successful you will receive an offer to study with us, then it's time to enrol.
Before you can enrol for a full-time course, you must have received an offer. The offer letter will be emailed to the address used in your application.
You should follow the instructions for competitive or non-competitive courses. Find out if your course is competitive by checking our course list.
Courses with different application methods than TAFE Admissions
Please follow the application instructions on your chosen course’s webpage, usually located in the 'Apply now' tabs.
Instructions may differ depending if there are planned training dates or not.
Apprenticeships - usually last three or four years depending on the qualification and cover 'traditional' trades such as carpentry, electrical, automotive, engineering, hairdressing, and plumbing. Once you have successfully completed your training, you will become a qualified tradesperson.
Traineeships – usually last one or two years and provide training in vocational areas not usually covered by apprenticeships. Traineeships are available across a diverse range of emerging careers in most sectors of business and industry. Once you have successfully completed your training, you will receive a nationally recognised qualification.
If you wish to become an apprentice or trainee, please read the Apprenticeships and Traineeships(opens in a new tab) page.
In order to comply with COVID-19 Government directed social distancing guidelines, some courses may include a mix of online and classroom based training delivery, as well as practical and work experience placements.
While the mode of delivery might vary, the content and key learning outcomes of the course will remain the same.
The precise mix of delivery method will vary from course to course. The time, place and method of delivery may also vary across the semester to ensure social distancing and safe training delivery for staff and students during the COVID-19 pandemic.
South Regional TAFE will provide students with adequate support to work in online environments where necessary.