Yagan, a physically imposing Whadjuk Noongar man, frequented the Midland area, the town that grew around the Midland Junction railway station in 1894.
Our Midland campus is just five minutes from Midland Station and the central shopping district, surrounded by the Blackadder and Woodbridge creeks in the hearth of Perth’s Swan Valley region.
The campus is a specialist METRONET Trades Training Centre, providing training to support the specific technical and support skills required for rail car manufacturing and METRONET maintenance.
Midland campus also features purpose built trade workshops, hairdressing salon, an operational nursery, and a conservation and land management site.
Services and facilities
North Metropolitan TAFE is committed to ensuring that people with disability have equal access to our services, programs and facilities so that you can achieve your educational and career goals.
Accessibility and Learning Support coordinators coordinate and implement support for students with a diagnosed disability, medical condition or mental health condition, whether temporary or permanent.
This service is free, confidential, and optional.
Accessibility and Learning Support can assist students with:
- Assistance with the enrolment process
- Familiarising you with the campus, facilities and classrooms
- Working with you to inform lecturers about your needs (if required)
- Alternative formats for learning materials (audio, large print, etc.)
- Adaptive technologies, software and specialised equipment
- Assessment alternatives and adjustments
- Study assistance, support and advocacy.
Find out more about Accessibility and Learning Support Services.
The Jobs and Skills Centres are one-stop shops for careers, training and employment advice and assistance. Services are free, and accessible to all members of the community.
Located in A Block on our Midland campus, the centre provides free professional and practical advice on training and employment opportunities including careers advice, apprenticeship and training information. Support services for employers and business, as well as specialist services for Aboriginal people, ex-offenders and people from a culturally or linguistically diverse background are also available.
For more detail and opening times, see the Jobs and Skills Centres(opens in a new tab) page.
Our METRONET Trades Training Centre is working with METRONET, the Public Transport Authority and key project stakeholders to develop specific training to ensure workers are skilled to support the construction and maintenance phases of the project.
For more information, see our METRONET and Civil Infrastructure page.
Our specialist metals and engineering centre focuses on new technologies and integrating these across traditional trades.
Students learn high speed, precision operations in a safe environment on a range of various programmable automated equipment. They’re exposed to computer controlled machining technology and they’ll gain skills in industrial robotics and component design using current industry standard computer-aided design.
We are also an industry leader in delivery of fluid power training.
We are the only state training provider of signcrafts training in WA.
Students have access to the Flecknoe Thermoform/Vacuumform training machine which can produce the type of illuminated sign you’d see outside your typical fast-food outlet (amongst other things). The machine is worth almost $80,000 and virtually 100% Australian made, using agile, innovative Australian design concepts.
Why not do something for yourself while supporting our students?
Our hairdressing salon located in C Block, is open to students and members of the public.
You can get your hair done by our students for a reduced rate. Find out more on our Life at NMTAFE page.
The Edition Café at Midland offers a large, tasty variety of fresh hot and cold food and drinks, including coffee.
During semester Monday — Friday 7:00am — 2:30pm
Term breaks Closed
Closed during the weekends and holidays.
Note Visitors (aged 16 years and over) who are purchasing food or drinks (except for takeaway) or being seated in this venue are now required to show proof of vaccination through the ServiceWA app, or in a digital or paper-based form, along with acceptable ID.
Our Midland campus features artworks from local and international artists, past and current students, lecturers, and emerging artists whose passion and talent was ignited during their time with us.
More information about individual artwork and artists can be found on our Campus artwork page.
All students parking at our Midland campus will need a Student parking sticker on their vehicle or risk receiving an infringement. You can register online then go to Student Services to pay your fee and collect your permit.
Ample parking is available for students, but must not park in designated staff bays. Parking signs prohibiting parking on any ring road or on lawn areas will be enforced by the City Ranger who will issue infringement notices.
Our Midland campus offers courses in high-growth industries, featuring trade workshops, MetroNet info hairdressing salons, an operational nursery and a conservation and land management site.
North Metropolitan TAFE Midland
Corner of Lloyd Street and Eddie Barron Drive
Midland WA 6056