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Saturday, 1 September 2018 - 11:18am

All you need to know about competitive applications is here in this guide about bolstering your application. 

So you’ve decided TAFE is the place for you and now it’s time to think about your application.  There are only a certain amount of places for students to study in any given course, so it’s very important to put your best foot forward.  So that you can stand out from the crowd and secure a spot in your chosen course, we’ve put together some top tips for doing your TAFE application.

Monday, 16 April 2018 - 4:18pm

At an informal ceremony hosted at SM TAFE's Bentley Pines Training Restaurant on Monday 16 April, graduates from across the organisation were celebrated as part of the 2018 SM TAFE Student Awards.

The awards recognise the academic achievements of students across multiple categories, aligned to the WA State Training Awards. See those categories and their winners below.

Monday, 12 March 2018 - 9:21am

Education and Training Minister Sue Ellery visited Murdoch Campus on 7 March to officially open the new $46.5million Stage 4 building. 

Conveniently located in the Murdoch Health and Knowledge Precinct, the new three level building offers specialist training facilities for business, fitness, hair, beauty and massage.

The development also offers a new library, bookshop, cafeteria, staff offices, conference rooms and amenities.

Thursday, 22 February 2018 - 11:34am

The Higher Education Student of the Year for 2017 was announced at a gala event at Technology Park in Bentley last night, after students were conferred their diplomas and associate degrees.

The Higher Education Student of the Year award recognises a graduate who has achieved academic excellence and demonstrated leadership in their field of study. It takes into consideration the student’s overall grades during the entirety of their course, as well as their contribution to leadership in their class, and to the community as a whole.

Monday, 20 November 2017 - 2:57pm

Munster Campus Stage 2 is now open and offers additional training facilities for students hoping to pursue, or further, their career in the oil and gas, chemical processing, engineering and resources industries.

The $12.4 million Stage 2 expansion was officially opened by Education and Training Minister Sue Ellery on Wednesday 15 November.

Training at the Munster Campus provides students with hands-on experience in a real life industry setting.  The new facilities are housed in two new buildings.

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