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.
Interested in Semester 1, 2016 courses?
Make sure the course you choose is the right one for you.
Come along to an information session about the course you are interested in. We're holding them at convenient times in the afternoon or the weekend.
It will give you a chance to speak directly with the lecturers and learn exactly about what your experience will be like.
Looking for a program entirely focused on Visual Art?
Starting in 2016, this course provides an immersive studio experience in the major art disciplines, including painting, printmaking, drawing, sculpture, ceramics and media arts.
It is the only tertiary course in WA to concentrate entirely on studio practice in Visual Art.
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.
Congratulations to Central student Thomas Remont for winning the Council for International Students of Western Australia (CISWA) 2015 International Student of the Year.
This award is open to all student visa holders in Western Australia and recognises academic excellence and the enhancement of student experience both on and off campus.
Thomas was also Central's International Student of the Year. You can read the blog story.
During the October school break, children are invited have a massage to allow our students to gain experience massaging children. The students will be supervised at all times during the massage.
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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.
Applications for full time study in Semester 1, 2016 are now open
20 July - Semester 2 starts
11 December - Semester 2 ends
If you haven't let us know your USI, please do so ASAP!
Find out about options that will help you pay your fees.
VET FEE- HELP (Dip + Adv Dip)
Other financial assistance options
The Centre offers a comprehensive training program including the Certificate IV in Training and Assessment
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Adult Migrant English Program
Recognition of Prior Learning
REACH Health Practice
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Central is situated on the land of the Whadjuk Noongar people
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