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​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Schools

To search for public schools in the Great Southern region, visit the Department of Education's Schools Online website

For more information on public education in Western Australia, including enrolment information, visit the Department of Education website.

For information on Catholic schools, visit the
Catholic Education Western Australia website.

For information on independent schools, visit the
Association of Independent Schools of Western Australia website.

 

Training options and career guidance

South Regiona​l TAFE​​ is the region's largest provider of nationally accredited training, industry and lifestyle courses. Campuses are located in:

The University of Western Australia's Albany Centre offers a number of undergraduate courses.​

 

 Albany Jobs and Skills Centre (JSC) 

 Located on the Albany campus of South Regional TAFE, the Albany Jobs and Skills Centre offers free advice on training and career development. The JSC offers professional and practical advice on training and employment opportunities including careers advice, apprenticeship and training information and partnerships with industry. The JSC is supported by career services from Worklink, and Aboriginal services from the Southern Aboriginal Corporation.

Please visit the Jobs and Skills WA website for further information.

 

News


State Nomination Invitation Rounds

20 January 2023

 

Western Australia has received an overwhelming amount of applications for the State Nomination Migration Program.

 

To allow adequate time to process the large volume of applications prior to the end of the program year, invitation rounds for the remainder of the 2022-23 State nomination program year will be brought forward, and run in the first week of each month, commencing February 2023.

 

For more information on the State Nominated Migration Program visit the About State nomination page.


Fun Fact
Western Australia is the largest Australian state with an area of more than 2 500 000 square km, a 12 500 km coastline and spanning 2 400 km from north to south.