The office of the Utilities, Engineering, Electrical and Automotive (UEEA) Training Council is open. Please contact us on the main office number (08) 6142 2567 or via the following mobile numbers:

Jason Cullen (CEO) – 0409 087 745

Mark Harper (Ind Consultant Auto and Eng) – 0404 551 163

Troy Bond (Ind Consultant Elect and Utilities – 0403 040 559


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Federal Government Support for Businesses
The Australian Government continues to announce ‘Coronavirus information and support for businesses’ at  This page is also continuously updated.  Click here.

The Government of Western Australia, Department of Jobs, Tourism, Science and Innovation
The department has compiled a list of contact details for specific industry areas. This list will be updated regularly as new information arises. Click here.

Support for small businesses to retain apprentices and trainees
As part of the Australian Government’s Economic Response to the Coronavirus, eligible employers can apply for a wage subsidy of 50 per cent of the apprentice’s or trainee’s wage paid during the 9 months from 1 January 2020 to 30 September 2020.  For more information, contact your local Australian Apprenticeship Support Network (ASSN)provider.  Click here.

For Not for Profits
Webinar: What help is the government giving not-for-profits?
The Institute of Community Directors is hosting a webinar on 2:30 pm to 3:30 pm AEDT on Thursday, April 17, 2020.  To register Click here.


The Utilities, Engineering, Electrical and Automotive (UEEA) Training Council  came into operation on 4 July 2016.  If you previously engaged with the Engineering and Automotive (EATC) or the Electrical, Utilities and Public Administration (EUPA) Training Councils, please return to this site as it is regularly updated.

The UEEA Training Council advises the State Training Board and the Department of Training and Workforce Development about attracting, retaining and skilling a capable and sustainable workforce.

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