Locked Bag 103, Geraldton WA 6531 (08) 9956 2700
http://www.durack.edu.au info@durack.edu.au
  • Campus Urban
  • Established N/A
  • Location GERALDTON CAMPUS,WA 6530
  • Type Public
  • Vice principal http://www.durack.edu.au
Durack Institute of Technology is the major provider of vocational education and training in the Central West region of Western Australia. Durack delivers training at five campuses throughout the Mid West and Gascoyne regions with uniquely modern training facilities and resources. Locations include the Batavia Coast Maritime Institute (Geraldton), Carnarvon campus, Exmouth campus, Geraldton main campus and smaller Wiluna campus for remote inland communities.
Full-Time Study
Full time face-to-face study consists of 16-20 hours of classes per week. In addition to this you may be required to complete study or assignments in your own time. Most classes will be scheduled during the day but some courses do have evening classes.
Adult Literacy & Access
Bridging courses to help you gain access to work or further study plus English Language courses.
Agriculture & Animal Care
For careers in Agriculture, Animal Care, Horse Industry Pet Shops, Rural Operations, Vet Nursing, Wool Industry
Automotive & Engineering Trades
For careers in Refrigeration & Air conditioning, Metal Fabrication, Fitting & Machining, Plant Mechanics, Automotive, Light Duty
Mechanics Heavy Duty Mechanics, Panel Beating
Building & Construction
For careers in Carpentry and Joinery, Cabinetmaking, Bricklaying/Blocklaying Wet Trades (tiling, plastering, wall and ceiling
Plumbing & Gasfitting, Electrical & Cabling, General & Civil Construction
Business, Finance & Management
Durack Institute of Technology provides relevant and up to date training and assessment services across a range of industry areas which refect the needs of the local employers and the community. The range of programs is steered by industry demand and advice gained through a network of Regional and Industry Advisory Committees that keep us informed and up to date on regional labour market trends and industry training requireme