Australian TAFE Colleges

List of Australian TAFE Colleges (by States):

Australian Capital Territory (ACT):
  • Canberra Institute of Technology - Courses available in Aged Care Work, Disability Work, Children's Services, Youth Work, Allied Health Assistance, Hospitality Operations, Frontline Management, Business Administration, and Training and Assessment.
Northern Territory:
  • Charles Darwin University (TAFE Division) - with campuses in the Darwin suburb of Casuarina, Palmerston, Alice Springs, Katherine and Nhulunbuy, and training centres in Jabiru, Tennant Creek and Yulara. 
  • Batchelor Institute of Indigenous Tertiary Education - offers over 60 Higher Education and VET courses.
New South Wales (NSW):
  • Hunter Institute - campuses located in the Hunter and Central Coast regions.
  • Illawarra Institute
  • New England Institute - has four faculties.
  • North Coast Institute - operates a number of Centres of Excellence.
  • Northern Sydney Institute - comprises seven colleges.
  • Open Training & Education Network
  • Riverina Institute - operate in Riverina and Sunraysia regions.
  • South Western Sydney Institute - offer courses at Certificate, Diploma or Advanced Diploma level.
  • Southern Sydney Institute
  • Sydney Institute - The main campus is in Ultimo.
  • Western Institute - a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) with ISO 9001:2000 certification.
  • Western Sydney Institute - many courses have credit transfer arrangements with universities.
Tasmania:
  • TAFE Tasmania - It includes two institutes, the Institute of TAFE Tasmania and the Drysdale Institute.
  • Australian Maritime College TAFE (maritime studies) - Australia's national centre for maritime education, training and research.
Queensland (QLD):
  • Barrier Reef Institute - offers a wide range of academic programs at the Certificate and Diploma levels.
  • The Bremer Institute - campuses based around Ipswich.
  • Brisbane Institute
  • Central Queensland Institute
  • Cooloola Sunshine Institute
  • Gold Coast Institute - Its training quality was awarded the best in Queensland in 2007 (Queensland Training Awards).
  • Logan Institute
  • Moreton Institute
  • Mt Isa Institute
  • North Point Institute
  • Open Learning Institute
  • Southbank Institute - the largest Technical and Further Education college in Queensland.
  • Southern Queensland Institute - with campuses in Toowoomba, Roma, Warwick, Kingaroy, Dalby and Chinchilla.
  • Tropical North Institute
  • Wide Bay Institute
  • Yeronga Institute
South Australia:
  • Adelaide Institute
  • Murray Bridge Institute
  • Onkaparinga Institute
  • Regency Institute
  • South-East Institute
Victoria (VIC):
  • Bendigo Regional Institute
  • Box Hill Institute
  • Central Gippsland Institute
  • Chisholm Institute
  • Eastern Gippsland Institute
  • Gordon Institute
  • Golburn Ovens Institute
  • Holmesglen Institute
  • Institute of Land and Food Resources (TAFE Division)
  • Kangan Batman Institute
  • Northern Melbourne Institute of TAFE (NMIT)
  • South West Institute of TAFE
  • Sunraysia Institute
  • William Angliss Institute
  • Wodonga Institute
  • Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (TAFE Divison)
  • Swinburne University of Technology (TAFE Division)
  • University of Ballarat (TAFE Division)
  • Victoria University (TAFE Divison)
Western Australia (WA):
  • Central TAFE
  • Challenger TAFE
  • SWAN TAFE
  • West Coast College
  • C Y O'Connor College
  • Central West College
  • Great Southern Regional College
  • Kimberley College
  • South West Regional College
  • Kalgoorlie College
  • TAFE International WA
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