Your one-stop-shop for career, training and employment services for students, employers, job seekers and the community
Are you are a business, student, jobseeker or career changer looking for free advice and information on training and employment?
Then look no further, visit us at one of our four North Metropolitan TAFE Jobs and Skills Centres.
Read on to see an overview on how we can help you or go to the Jobs and Skills WA website.
Students and jobseekers
If you're a school student or leaver, career changer or jobseeker looking to enter the workforce, you can access your nearest Jobs and Skills Centre to update or upgrade skills, and improve your job prospects.
The Jobs and Skills Centre provides free:
- Career information and guidance
- Skills and qualification recognition information
- Training and course information
- Apprenticeship and traineeship assistance
- Help with job searching and job matching
- Culturally sensitive employment and career services for Aboriginal people
Businesses and employers
Our Jobs and Skills Centres engage with local communities and industries to help build local workforce solutions.
The following services are available to employers and businesses:
- Recruitment assistance apprentice/trainee recruitment
- Advertising opportunities on an Aboriginal-specific Jobs Board workforce development advice
- Training or course information resources and advice on Aboriginal recruitment and retention strategies.
If you are an Aboriginal person looking to get into training, employment or furthering your career, there is a range of services we can offer you.
We have experienced staff to help with your needs.
Not sure what you want to do?
Why not make a booking with one of our qualified Career Advisors to discuss all of your options?
Skills for Education and Employment (SEE)
SEE provides language, literacy and numeracy training to eligible job seekers, to help you to participate more effectively in training or in the labour force.
Career Transition Assistance (CTA)
If you are 45 or over and would like to return to work or up-skill to meet the demands of the current industries CTA is the prefect training for you.
What our clients say
I decided to go to the Joondalup Jobs and Skills Centre (JSC) one day after being referred by the friendly front office staff at North Metropolitan TAFE.
I am a 63-year-old woman who has been in the same kitchen job for 14 years and has out of date qualifications and computer skills. I was nervous to try something new as a mature aged person, but thought the JSC would be my best bet to get back into study and upskill to move into clerical work.
I spoke to a lovely lady at the JSC about improving my computer skills and she was absolutely fantastic. She took down my details even though they were closing up for the day and sent me a whole bunch of emails with resources and TAFE course information.
My interaction with the JSC gave me the motivation to attend a recent jobs expo where I secured a one day a week volunteer opportunity with the Mental Illness Fellowship of Western Australia. I cannot wait to flourish in my new role, gain clerical experience, and hopefully find full-time work in the industry through the JSC.
I plan to go back and see my JSC rep to discuss study options now that I am working and volunteering. I have since recommended the JSC to members of my congregation who are looking for work or need motivation to make a change like I did.
Jobs and Skills Centre client
I approached the Jobs and Skills Centre (JSC) while I was studying a Certificate III in Business Administration at North Metro TAFE and looking for work in my field.
Linda at the Joondalup JSC was very helpful and took the time to go over my options with me. She opened my eyes to other avenues for my job search such as social media and online employment sites.
I was then offered assistance with applying for jobs, which involved first updating my resume and cover letter. It was awesome to have help with this and a big time-saver.
The support offered by the JSC has helped me to secure a full time administrative position with a Conquest Metal Roofing and I am really thriving in my new role.
Jobs and Skills Centre client
There are four Jobs and Skills Centres in the north metropolitan region, each one located at a North Metropolitan TAFE campus.
Select each of the links below to find out more about the services available at each centre, and its location and contact details.
Click here for information about all Jobs and Skills Centres across WA.