Ljiljanna Ravlich

Ljiljanna Ravlich

Minister for Local Government; Racing and Gaming; Multicultural Interests and Citizenship; Government Enterprises; Minister Assisting the Minister for Planning and Infrastructure; Goldfields-Esperance; Youth

    Enrolling in TAFEWA has never been easier

    29/12/2005 12:00 AM

    The State Government has agreed to waive the late fee for people who have not yet enrolled in TAFEWA for 2006.

    Education and Training Minister Ljiljanna Ravlich said the $45 late fee would be waived throughout January and encouraged people to get their enrolments in as soon as possible.

    “This is great news, especially for school leavers who have just received their Year 12 results and need to make decisions about their future education or training,” Ms Ravlich said.

    “We want to be able to offer these young people the best options to keep them engaged in education and training; that is why we are giving them extra time to enrol in TAFEWA courses without a penalty fee.”

    Ms Ravlich said TAFEWA offered thousands of courses at 70 locations across Western Australia.

    “There are so many exciting courses on offer ranging from marine tourism, multi media and marketing to engineering and property management,” she said.

    “For those people who are unsure about their future, help and advice are available. I encourage anyone seeking career guidance to contact the Career Development Centre on 1800 999 167.”

    People can complete the entire enrolment process - from obtaining course information to lodging their application and then finding out if they have a place - online at http://www.tafe.wa.gov.au

    The Gallop Government is committed to delivering a world-class education to all Western Australians.

    Minister's office: 9213 6800