Challenger Institute of Technology consists of campuses and centres along the coastline south of Perth from Fremantle to the Peel region and inland to Murdoch. Challenger Institute is the preferred choice of more than 25,000 full-time and part-time students applying for a huge variety of careers, courses and subjects.
At Challenger Institute they aim to provide training that gives students skills that closely match those needed in their future workplace. That is why we have a number of dynamic specialized training venues known as 'live works'.
These specialized training venues offer students hands-on and industry-relevant opportunities beyond traditional learning avenues, in an actual work environment, with actual customers. The customers patronizing the venues benefit too: with quality services and products that are often at reduced prices.
Campus of Challenger Institute of Technology -
The Fremantle (Beaconsfield) campus is located a short distance from the main Fremantle hub, and is easily accessible via a range of buses that run frequently nearby on South St and Lefroy Road.
Why Choose Challenger Institute of Technology?
- Challenger Institute has strong links to the community.
- Challenger Institute of Technology is WA’s most diverse training organisation and the only training provider in the state responsible for servicing both metropolitan and regional communities.
- It deliver more than 350 nationally-accredited courses – from oil and gas, maritime studies and building and construction to health and nursing, environmental science and hospitality.
Facilities at Challenger Institute of Technology -
- Financial assistance
- Class Rooms
- Disability Services
Career Service at Challenger Institute of Technology -
Challenger Institute provides a free service to all Challenger students to ensure they receive the best opportunities for success in the workplace and in their future careers. The career development advisers will help students identify the possibilities that are available to them during or upon completion of their training. The skilled staff assist with career planning, career pathways and course selection and will provide advice on university pathways, retraining, application and selection processes, etc..