Welcome to eCampus, where SM TAFE students access online study tools and collaborate.
We understand the transition to studying online can be daunting but also very rewarding. Explore the helpful study and online access tips and information about our online tools in the articles below.
Before you begin
How to study well online
How to access Wi-Fi on campus
As a student you are welcome to use our campus free Wi-Fi using your own device, or take advantage of computers are available for use in our libraries during opening hours.
Please take note of our terms and conditions of use for our computer systems and other ICT policies.
To access the free Wi-Fi on campus use the login details below:
Bentley and Carlise campuses
- Select the network ‘PWAStudent’
- Enter your Student ID
You received this in your first email from us after enrolment. It will start with a 3, M or P and be followed by up to 6 or 7 numbers.
- Enter your default password
Tafeddmmyyyy (your date of birth in full)
Or the password you used to provision your account and now use to access your other student systems.
To get password assistance instructions, visit the Managing your password page.
Armadale, Fremantle, Jandakot, Kwinana, Rockingham, Mandurah, Munster, Murdoch, Naval Base or Thornlie campuses
- Select the network ‘GUEST’
- Enter the password
Frequently asked questions about the GUEST WiFi network
I have connected to GUEST, but I cannot browse the Internet?
Make sure your device is not connected to any VPN application. Check your DNS settings and make sure they are set to Automatic.
Which wireless standard does the GUEST network support?
Wi-Fi 5 and Wi-Fi 6 are supported. For the technically inclined: 802.11n and 802.11ac on both 2.4 and 5ghz radios.
I entered the wireless password, but my device does not connect?
Make sure your device supports WPA2 AES (CCMP) encryption. The GUEST network does not support legacy WPA or TKIP encryption. More information about Wi-Fi security protocols and how to find out what protocol your device is using, visit the MakeUseOf website(opens in a new tab) .