For RPL, you will need to complete the Self-Assessment Checklist to provide proof of your experience in your chosen industry.
An assessor will then review this information and contact you to discuss your suitability for RPL.
Please note This is not required if you are already an NMTAFE student and have completed similar units in a previous course. In these cases, you should send your academic transcripts to AdvancedStanding@nmtafe.wa.edu.au for assessment.
On campus (full-time)
- Select your course and apply (TAFE Admissions is now closed for Semester 1)
- Receive an offer letter
- Accept your offer online
- Receive an Enrolment Estimate (please check your spam/junk folder for emails received from email@example.com. If you should have received an Enrolment Estimate and can’t find it, please contact us and we will resend it to you).
- Pay your fees (in full via bank transfer or in instalments – see fee question below)
- Receive Confirmation of Enrolment with instructions on how to access your Office 365 account to view your timetable and Orientation details.
On campus (part-time)
Some courses are designed specifically for students wanting to study part-time.
Online applications are open for many study areas.
See the Online study and application page for further information and to apply.
Our skill sets are a type of short course that provides certification for specific workplace skills.
Please fill in the Skill set application to choose a skill set and apply to study.
You can now pay your fees in full via direct deposit to the bank account below. Use your Student ID (found on the top of your enrolment estimate) AND your surname as a reference:
Account No 19807784
Reference No Student ID and last name
Once you have paid, please email your bank receipt (screenshot is acceptable) to firstname.lastname@example.org(opens in a new tab) or notify us that you have paid in full to our account. Please ensure you include your Student ID in any correspondence.
If you are struggling to get access to your Office 365 account, you need to reset your password, or if you’re logging in for the first time please download the how to guide (735 KB) (PDF document) (with step-by-step instructions)