Study with us in 2016 New Associate Degree courses Diploma of Radio GreenSkills wins national award Foyer wins Premier's Award Two big wins for Central About Central

Apply now for full time study at Central in Semester 1, 2016.

Whether you are interested in a course that leads straight into a career or you think you might like to go onto further study at university, we have over 120 courses to choose from.

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We are now offering four new Associate Degrees in Design and Art with a strong focus on studio time.

Find out more about the ​Associate Degree of Design (Fashion & Textile Design), Associate Degree of Design (Jewellery & Object Design), Associate Degree of Visual Art and Associate Degree of Design (3D Product Design)​. 



Applications now open for Central's Diploma of Radio.

This course will provide you with the skills to land your first job in radio.

It's a very practical course with a placement in a real radio station.


Our new GreenSkills building has won the Built Environment Award at the national Green Gown Awards. 

The Green Gown Awards Australasia is the first and only Award Scheme dedicated to recognising excellence in sustainability within the tertiary education sector in Australasia. 

Find out more about the award.


Foyer Oxford won the Strengthening Families and Communities Award at the 20th annual Premier’s Awards for Excellence in Public Sector Management.

Foyer Oxford delivers a holistic response to youth homelessness by providing secure accommodation and services designed to help young people live independent and productive lives.


Central and one of our Community Services graduates secured a couple of major wins at the WA Training Awards on Friday evening at the Convention Centre.

Congratulations to all involved! Diploma of Community Services (Financial Counselling) student Katherine Haag won the highly competitive Vocational Student of the Year prize, and the Jumpstart training program designed for Foyer Oxford residents won WA Training Initiative of the Year.


​Established in 1900, Central Institute of Technology is one of Australia's largest training institutes. We train more than 29,000 students annually, including 1300 international students.

Central offers around 400 nationally accredited training courses across a wide variety of training areas and is the primary deliverer of higher-level technical and professional qualifications within Western Australia.

We're conveniently located in five campuses in vibrant, inner city hubs of Perth.




Future Students

Applications for full time study in Semester 1, 2016 are now open

New degrees for 2016:

Current Students

Current Students

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Semester Dates:

11 December - Semester 2 ends



Semester 1 

February 1 to July 1
Semester 2
18 July to 9 December



If you haven't let us know your USI, please do so ASAP!




Industry Specific Solutions

Learn about the types of training that we can deliver for you, on site or at our facilities.

Commercial Short Courses

From welding to MYOB, we offer a range of commercial short courses.


Find about how to employ a Central trainee, apprentice or graduate.




We offer over 110 courses for international students.
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