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You should discuss your interest in enrolling in a VET program at Western Technical College with your home school VET Leader and your parent/caregiver(s) before completing the online Expression of Interest form.

Upon receiving your Expression of Interest Form, we will contact you (and your home school VET Leader) with more information about the program(s) you've listed and the next steps. 

Western Technical College welcomes students from Catholic, Independent and Department for Education schools from all areas of Adelaide and regional South Australia. 

Depending upon the course you are undertaking, your course will be delivered at Western Technical College one day a week or fortnight during school terms.

44 Russell Street, Rosewater, next to Mount Carmel College.

Public transport is close by with Alberton train station less than a five minute walk away and bus stops on either Torrens or Grand Junction Roads, a short walking distance away.

As the Western Technical College is a trade training centre, a uniform meeting Personal Protective Equipment guidelines must be worn (this is partly supplied).  Uniform requirements are outlined in the relevant Course Outline information. 

TAFE SA and Western Technical College have an agreement in place, whereby TAFESA are responsible for the delivery, auditing and accreditation of all VET courses delivered.

The College is committed to providing students with affordable Vocational Education & Training options. A range of fees apply in accordance with the type and length of course and Government subsidies may be applicable.  It's important to discuss this with your home school VET Leader. 

Trainees are encouraged to consult with their home school and specialised school sector industry engagement consultants, along with the College’s Industry Connect Consultant to assist in gaining an apprenticeship. Opportunities are disseminated to students and home schools on a weekly basis.  Students are also encouraged to seek their own apprenticeships and through a combination of both, most students are successful by the end of their time at the College.

Experience shows that our program will give you an advantage. We provide you with the skills and opportunities – but we don’t give you the apprenticeship – only you can guarantee that!

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