Central is located in the heart of Perth, and our students and staff take an active role in the development of the vibrant and diverse local community.
Some of our initiatives include:
Reach provides a roaming service to provide easy access to vital health services.
Reach offers health checks which include:
- Blood pressure check
- Blood sugar level check
- Cholesterol check
- Health promotion
The program is available to variety of groups in the community.
Oxford Foyer Project
Australia’s first purpose-built Foyer is set to be built in Perth at Central's campus on Oxford Street in Leederville.
The Oxford Foyer will help young Western Australians who are surviving or coping to build and thrive. It will provide high-quality accommodation and training for up to 98 young people between the ages of 16 and 25.
Students will participate in a range of education and training options – most of them at Central– and will have access to comprehensive support services.
Anglicare WA, Central and Foundation Housing have teamed up to build and operate the Oxford Foyer.
Solid Futures Program
The Solid Futures program is a joint venture between the Central Institute of Technology and the David Wirrpanda Foundation (DWF); it aims to support Indigenous people through training and employment.