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Industry Engagement

Trade Academy Western Australia are proud and active participants in all our communities; from locally to nationally and beyond. We strive where possible to support business associates, sporting clubs, charity groups and any other entity that shares TAWA's core values and principles. 

To this end, we have exciting partnerships in place with the following organisations. Go ahead, check them out

Tyrone Group is a respected force in the construction industry. The company's success is the result of its dedication to the highest standards in all aspects of its business. Trade Academy Western Australia work closely with the Tyrone Group with their commitment to upskilling their construction workers and apprentices ensuring they have highly skilled and trained tradesmen and women.

Visit them here for an insight into their construction activity. 




Established since 1999, Caledonia has grown to become one of the largest privately owned specialist access companies in Australia and New Zealand.

Caledonia Group has become an integrated services provider with the addition of cladding, insulation, sheet metal work, rope access and paint and blasting.

Caledonia has base offices and yard facilities in both South Australia, Western Australia and New Zealand.

With some 13,000m2 of facility space, 200+ employees and a comprehensive inventory of vehicles, access equipment and scaffold materials, we pride ourselves on being entirely self-sufficient and capable of undertaking the largest projects – both at a practical and financial level.

Administrative departments support our operations with in-house specialist teams in Accounting, Finance and Human Resources.




CAFC Perth Lions were formed in 2014 as a locally based soccer club in Perth, playing in the Mysolar Metropolitan North Division. Trade Academy WA are proud sponsors of the Lions and share their ethos of youth development and charitable values.


Check them out on Twitter, Facebook and at their website."C'MON THE OZCELTS!"