About Us

Since Kelyn Training Services was founded in 2000, management and staff have been totally focused on providing a complete professional training experience.

We are a Registered Training Organisation (50335) with the Training Accreditation Council (TAC) in Western Australia to deliver nationally recognised training throughout the state.  Our trainers and assessors hold all current and required qualifications and have extensive industry experience relevant to the training delivered.  General public courses are held weekly in our fully equipped and serviced training centre in Welshpool.

Training can also be delivered at your premises at times and dates to suit you. Kelyn Training Services coordinates and delivers training throughout metropolitan and regional Western Australia, running courses even for small class sizes. Certification is issued to successful participants at the completion of training for courses held at Welshpool and within 4 working days of course completion for onsite training.

Kelyn Training Services offers group-booking discounts and Construction Training Fund (CTF) subsidies.

Training with Kelyn Training Services awards competency – NOT just compliance.

Testimonials

I enjoyed attending both courses, 'basic worksite traffic management' and 'traffic controller'. I Learnt a lot from the course that I didn't think I needed to know! It is definitely worth attending and would recommend it to anyone.

By Jemma Wharry from Rural traffic services

I did my AWTM training last week and I just wanted to say that I was very pleased with the extent of the content trained and Jason's attitude towards training. It was overall quality training and the facilities at Kelyn Training Services are excellent. I am 100% satisfied and I would recommend Kelyn to anybody wanting training in the traffic management industry.

By Jade Saunders from SJ Traffic Management

No negative feedback from the guys at all (even though some of our people did not want to complete the course) and they like the trainer, funny friendly manner.

By Wayne Rushton from