Australia-International Institute of Workplace Training



Provider No. 02645B

Head Office / Malaga Campus
Unit 2, 19 Kent Way
Malaga WA 6090

City Campus
Level 1, 188 Newcastle St
Northbridge WA 6003

Tel: (61-8) 9249 9688


AIWT is a registered training organisation with over 12 years of training expertise and experience in the vocational sector. Based in both Malaga and Northbridge (Perth), AIWT offers a variety of nationally accredited courses.

The domestic and international student courses give individuals the opportunity to gain achievements in Certificate III, Certificate IV, Diploma and Advanced Diploma level qualifications, earning them the skills and abilities to undertake work in select industries. Our class-based, correspondence and online delivery options are designed to cater for the diverse learning needs and requirements of every individual.

Director Profile

Tracy Hopkins is the Founder and Director of AIWT. She is an experienced business owner, a sessional academic for Curtin University (Bentley Campus) in the School of Business and she consults regularly to other SME businesses. Tracy was a Finalist in the West Australian Telstra Business Women Awards in 2010.

She holds a number of qualifications including an MBA, and with a Doctorate of Business Administration on the way, Tracy has published seven children’s books and presented conference papers in areas of business management and education and a business skills advisor and mentor for the Business Growth Centre. Tracy serves as Chair to Vundo Institute of Commerce and Engineering based in Zambia, Africa on the boards of committee and past Chair to Harvest West Bible College Academic Board. She is the President of the Malaga and Districts Business Association. Tracy is passionate about supporting the community and contributes to a number of worthy causes such as Life4kids (Kenya), Ballajura Community College and Pre-school in Cambodia. Her philosophy is based upon an ancient Chinese proverb: “Give a man a fish and you will feed him for a meal. Teach a man to fish and you have fed him for life.”