How to enrol
For most courses you will be able to enrol online, however for some you can simply turn up at your chosen college during their enrolment time and follow instructions.
You may also have to attend an information session, sit for a test, attend an interview or audition, or submit a portfolio.
How to enrol online
You can enrol online for the majority of courses offered by SWSi in 2013. All you need to do is find the course you want to enrol in using the course search, find the course availability (location and time) you want to enrol in, click the link to enrol and follow the instructions.
If you have any problems visit the How To Enrol online presentation and follow the step by step instructions .
How to enrol in person
You need to enrol in person at the college you will be attending.
- Find out which TAFE college offers your course.
- Check that you meet the entry requirements for the course you are interested in and bring your documents with you to enrol.
- Contact the college to find out if there is a special information pack or compulsory information session for your course.
- You must attend any compulsory information session as it may involve selection or enrolment. Courses with a compulsory information session may enrol students before the advertised enrolment days. Please contact your college for dates and times.
- Enrolments for other courses (those that do not have a compulsory information session) will take place on the advertised enrolment days.
- There will be a further opportunity to enrol in courses which still have vacancies after the initial enrolment process. Please contact your college for information on which courses still have vacancies.
- Complete the enrolment form and pay the TAFE NSW fee.
These courses are run at various time during the year and are not subject to the same enrolment process and times as mainstream courses.
For more information, call 9827 8406 or take a look at the Short Courses pages on this website.
What to bring to enrolments
- Proof of identity, such as a driver's licence or passport.
- Documents to prove you meet the selection criteria - these include copies of your highest school qualification.
- Academic transcripts from courses you have completed.
- A letter from your employer stating experience in your chosen field (if appropriate). If available, apprentices should bring their approval letter from the Department of Education and Training that indicates their Training Contract ID.
- If you receive a benefit or allowance from Centrelink, Veterans Affairs, Austudy or Abstudy, you may be able to get an exemption.
- You will need to bring documents to support your claim for exemption from the TAFE NSW fee.