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We are situated on the land of the Whadjuk Noongar people, the Noongar people remain the traditional peoples and cultural custodians of their land.

Interested in training?

Want to come to a place that is right in the heart of things?


Well, come and see just how deadly it is at North Metropolitan TAFE.

Our team in the Koolark centre look forward to meeting you.

Our job is to make sure Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students are fully supported during their time with us. ​

We have a great facility in the new building at 30 Aberdeen Street, Northbridge. We will put you in touch with the right people and ensure your time here is productive, successful and of course, fun.


Come and have a yarn


We’ll sit down over a cuppa and find out where you’re at, where you’re from, what you are looking to do, and then work out the best way for you to get there.

You need to make sure that TAFE is the right place for you and that you choose a course that's right for you. ​

Call us to  have a chat, or fill in our online form and tell us a time that suits.

Contact Us

Call the Student Liaison Officer at Koolark

T: +61 89428 0340




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We offer a wide range of awards and qualifications to suit your needs, beginning with a Certificate I, going all the way to an Advanced Diploma.

Depending on what you study, you may also be able to go onto further study at University.

Our courses page offers a handy tool which matches your skills, personality and interests to careers, to help you choose the right course.

We also encourage you to speak with us, and we can talk about the right course for you.


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2016 Koolark Courses:

There are also programs that we offer or are affiliated with, that are specifically for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders

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UWA legal studies pathways

With a legal studies qualification from North Metro, you could apply for the Advanced Diploma in Indigenous Legal Studies at The University of Western Australia (UWA), and further pursue a degree in related areas.

View the pathway information flyer​​



UWA Law pathways

There is a second option where ​if you complete a Certificate of General Education for Adults or a Certificate IV or Diploma you can enter into a one year Aboriginal orientation program at UWA or a one year Advanced Diploma in Indigenous​ Legal Studies (ADILS) or a three year undergraduate degree at UWA Law School.

View this legal pathway flyer


Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP):

The RAP enhances our existing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander employment strategy and our commitment to developing ongoing opportunities to increase the participation and retention of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in the training, education and employment.

RAP.pdfView our Reconciliation Action Plan



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