The Mandurah campus is part of the Peel Education and Training (PET) campus, sharing the Peel campuses of Murdoch University and John Tonkin College. Whether you want to work in childcare, beauty, fabrication, aged-care or hospitality, Mandurah campus offers a wide variety of courses to prepare you for numerous careers.
Mandurah campus is home to a purpose-built fabrication and mechanical workshop, aged care simulation facility, commercial kitchen and a student beauty clinic for students to gain real-life practical experience under the guidance of expert lecturers. New in 2023: a new open-to-the-public restaurant and salon facility makes training in many other hospitality, cookery and beauty courses possible.
We also have the Peel Jobs and Skills Centre, a one-stop-shop for anyone looking to improve their skills and job prospects. The Peel Jobs and Skills Centre is supported by Aboriginal services from SMYL and career services from Bridging the Gap.
Mandurah campus also delivers the Adult Migrant English Program.
We also have a student beauty clinic for students to gain real-life practical experience under the guidance of expert lecturers. The clinic is open to the public and bookings are essential, see our booking requests page.
Mandurah campus features a library for the use of students on campus.
The library provides:
- A large and diverse resource collection of books, magazines and DVDs, both physical and online
- Assistance with researching for information and answers to reference enquiries
- Information sessions on library and information services, supported with published and online information guides
- Assistance with study, referencing and learning skills
- Networked and wireless computer areas
- Access to electronic information such as internet and databases
Mondays to Thursdays 8am to 4pm; Fridays 8am to 3pm. Closed school holidays.
Visit the library website
Mandurah campus features one of the state's Jobs and Skills Centres, where free career development advice and job opportunities can be explored by students and the general public.
The Peel Jobs and Skills Centre is supported by Aboriginal services from SMYL and career services from Bridging the Gap.
A cafeteria is open during school terms and hours and provides a range of food and beverage options.
Vending machines are available on site for drinks and snacks.
We recommend all visitors to campuses take advantage of our Smart Travel information to ease congestion on and around our campuses.
Mandurah campus has parking available for students surrounding the campus buildings, accessible via Education Drive.
Mandurah campus is accessible via a ten-minute walk to Mandurah station and bus terminus. Visit Transperth's Journey Planner, using South Metropolitan TAFE Peel campus as a landmark to plan your trip or collect a timetable from the Customer Service Centre on campus.