An overview of the practical and theoretical assessment services provided
Learn about CET's history since 1975
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Meet our friendly staff
Learn all about the CET General courses
Discover CET's wide variety of Post Trade & Telecommunications courses on offer
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Established in 1996, CET offers pre-apprenticeship, apprenticeship, post-trade and specialist training to the electrical, air-conditioning, electrical fitting and data and voice communications industries, with more than 5,500 students training per year at our state-of-the-art campuses in Joondalup and Jandakot.
People love what we do! We’ve won many awards as a business and for our talented staff, including the 2019 Industry Collaboration Award, 2014 Large Training Provider of the Year and many Australian Trade Teacher of the Year awards.
We value our relationships. CET have longstanding affiliations with secondary schools, industry bodies and government throughout Australia and internationally. Click here to find out more about us.
You’ll be part of a big work family! CET is a division of the Electrical and Communications Association of WA Inc (ECA WA) who support the interests of the WA electrical and communications sector. ECA WA is also the peak electrical industry association in WA with more than 1,500 members and includes Electrical Group Training, the biggest employer of electrical apprentices in WA, Equip-Safe and ECA Legal.
Have you been thinking about getting off the tools and improving your work-life balance? Have you considered becoming an Electrical Instructor at CET?
We have a range of casual, part-time and full-time Electrical Instructor positions available now at our campuses in Joondalup and Jandakot and we would love to have a chat with you about joining our team.
Hear from Michael Tomic, an instructor at our Jandakot campus, about his experience transitioning from a career in the industrial sector to teaching at CET.
“Teaching is a rewarding responsibility. My students all learn differently…As an instructor, I’m constantly adapting, identifying who needs help and being creative in finding ways to engage them. I get a lot of satisfaction from seeing my students progress.”