Please note that all students wishing to apply must be referred by one of the following agents*:
• Department of Justice
• Western Australia Police Force
• Department of Education
• Other nominated agencies
The application process will include a visit by the student with their referring agent to their local PCYC where they will receive a guided tour of the facilities and will complete their student enrolment paperwork for the course.
All applications will then be reviewed and the applicants will be notified of their placement within the program.
If you are unsure whether you can be referred by one of the listed agencies, please call your local PCYC directly and they will help you through the process.
*Agency referrals are not required for students who identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander.
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