Leadership skills are generic and applicable to a range of industries and career groups. This course caters to a wide range of disadvantaged and/or young clients. It is an enabling course to assist participants to progress to further education/training and/or employment or community work. Major client groups could include: VET for Schools students including students at risk school councillors, students with mental health needs or other disabilities, Indigenous groups, migrants, unemployed and volunteers.
Before enrolling in a course at TAFE, we suggest you make an appointment with a lecturer at the campus. This will help ensure that you:
•Are enrolling in the correct course for what you want to achieve
•Have the appropriate pre-requisites for the course
•Understand your study obligations
•Know when and where your classes will be delivered.
Enrolment forms are available at the Campus Admin’s front counter. The fees and charges are outlined on the back of the form, along with a range of survey questions. You’re asked to fill in the survey as your answers provide an insight into your learning requirements.
Kimberley TAFE provides quality vocational education and training throughout the Kimberley region, with campuses in Kununurra, Wyndham, Halls Creek, Derby and Broome, plus an access centre in Fitzroy Crossing. There is also a purpose-built aquaculture centre in Broome.
In order to meet the unique education and training needs of the region, we deliver training to both Indigenous and non-Indigenous clients across the key industry areas of trades training, Indigenous community management and development, business services, tourism and hospitality, community services, horticulture, and conservation and land management, information technology, art and music, aquaculture, maritime, pastoral, language, literacy and numeracy, access and participation courses. Programs are offered from Certificate I through to Diploma level, however, Certificate I and II programs represent approximately 68% of delivery undertaken by the College -a fact which highlights the unique environment and challenges for Vocational Education and Training delivery in the Kimberley region.
In addition, the College works in close consultation with communities to identify, develop and implement quality training that has a genuine impact on the social, economic, and environmental wellbeing of the region.
We are committed to providing quality training from lecturers who are industry professionals. Our courses are designed to make you work-ready so that when you graduate you’ll have practical skills which are valued by employers and the community.