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​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Schools

To search for public schools in the Goldfields-Esperance region, visit the Department of Education's Schools Online website

For more information on public education in Western Australia, including enrolment information, visit the Department of Education website.

For information on Catholic schools, visit the
Catholic Education Western Australia website.

For information on independent schools, visit the
Association of Independent Schools of Western Australia website.

 

Training options and career guidance

The Western Australian School of Mines located in Kalgoorlie offers various science courses.

Central Regional T​AFE​​ in Kalgoorlie and South Regional TAFE​​ in Esperance offer a range of courses at their campuses.


Kalgoorlie Jobs and Skills Centre (JSC) now open

Located on the Kalgoorlie campus of Central Regional TAFE, the JSC provides free advice on training and employment opportunities, and career development support for jobseekers, career changers, training courses, apprenticeships and traineeships. The Kalgoorle JSC provides expertise in Aboriginal workforce development and support for Aboriginal jobseekers.

Please visit the Jobs and Skills WA website for further information.


News

Changes to the Graduate Stream of the State Nomination Migration Program

The State Nomination Migration Program (SNMP) Graduate stream will soon be more accessible for international students who study in Western Australia.

On 16 October 2019 Premier Mark McGowan announced that the Graduate Stream of the SNMP will be extended to include vocational education and training (VET) graduates who complete a qualification in Western Australia at Certificate III level or above, excluding trade occupations (unless approved for delivery to international students).  

For information on the current Graduate Stream of the State Nomination Migration Scheme requirements visit the State nomination requirements page.

Fun Fact
Western Australia is three and a half times as big as Texas (USA) and the British Isles would fit into it six times.