The Technology Precinct is a leading location for driving innovative research, education and technology development for the defence, marine, oil and gas, and resource sectors in Australia.
Through co-location, the Technology Precinct enables small to medium enterprises, research, and support organisations to collaborate and create new solutions for industry. The AMC Jakovich Centre is located on-, with professional business suites and a function centre available for hire.
The Technology Precinct is also home to the Australian Centre for Energy and Process Training (ACEPT). Part of the South Metropolitan TAFE network, the Centre is the leading provider of process operations training for the Australian oil and gas, mineral and chemical processing industries.
AMC Jakovich Centre
The AMC Jakovich Centre is a state-of-the-art central services facility located within the Australian Marine Complex Technology Precinct. It provides professional business, function and conference suites to maximise commercial and networking opportunities.
The AMC Jakovich Centre provides a central meeting and networking point for representatives of industry, research organisations, education institutions and support service companies specialising in the defence, marine, oil and gas, and resource sectors.
The Centre's function and conference suites, available for hire seven days a week, are ideal for small or large groups and can accommodate up to 250 people.
Technology start-ups, relevant business support organisations and retail providers have the opportunity to lease floor space at Western Australia’s specialist marine technology park.
With a total area of 3,000sqm, the AMC Jakovich Centre has floor space ranging from 75sqm - 451sqm.
The Australian Centre for Energy and Process Training (ACEPT) is the leading provider of process operations training for the Australian oil and gas, mineral and chemical processing industries.
Hosted by South Metropolitan TAFE, ACEPT has been founded in collaboration with industry, and is guided by a 25-member Industry Board comprising representatives from major operating and service companies.
The Federal and State Government, together with companies in the resources sector, have contributed $21 million to the construction of ACEPT. The industry assistance is continuing in the form of advice and input into skills development to guarantee that the training provided is focused on the provision of the current skills needs of industry and process operators.
The Centre offers certificates under the Australian Qualifications Framework and short courses designed to meet industry and individual client needs. Training is offered in a variety of formats including classroom based, “live” training on the process plant, simulation, online, correspondence, workplace based and skills recognition using workplace based assessors.
ACEPT can also tailor courses specific to the individual needs of companies and workplaces.