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New Security Competency Testing Program launched
This pre-license test has been designed to ensure that those seeking to gain employment as a Security Officer or Crowd Controller in WA can demonstrate the required knowledge and language skills.



DTWD launches new website
The Department of Training and Workforce Development has launched a new website to assist business.



Industry training partnership to future-proof Western Australian jobs
20 October 2017
TAFE WA and Rio Tinto to create a new training program to prepare workers for industry advancements, innovation and automation

Western Australians head to Abu Dhabi for Skills Olympics
09 October 2017
Australia's finest tradies, the Skillaroos, are on their way to Abu Dhabi for the WorldSkills International Competition

Celebrating excellence in the training sector
18 September 2017
WA Training Awards 2017 winners announced
Government is working to grow our State's economy through the training sector and local job creation


Commitment to training and future jobs highlighted in State Budget
12 September 2017
Ageing TAFE campuses to get $54 million in remedial works
TAFE fees freeze to make training more accessible for Western Australians


Premier announces eight new directors general
30 August 2017
New directors general appointed to newly amalgamated departments
Part of Labor Government's commitment to driving cultural change across public


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