The Electoral Education Centre (EEC) is wheelchair accessible. Ramp access is directly opposite the ACROD parking bays at the Havelock Street entrance.
The EEC has a wheelchair accessible toilet with hand rails and an accessible shower.
Entry to the theatrette has a small step (or lip), and there is an area in front of the tiered seating that can accommodate wheelchairs.
Parking bays are provided for school buses in Havelock Street in front of the Constitution Centre.
There is metered parking available for visitors to the EEC in Havelock Street and in Parliament Place.
There are two ACROD parking bays available for permit holders only in the main car park at the Constitutional Centre. Please contact the EEC for more information.
There are male and female toilets and a wheelchair accessible toilet for visitors to the centre.
These are not public toilets.
- There is a courtyard with bench seats and shade from trees available for students to use during breaks. Teachers should note that other bookings and offices will be running in very close proximity to the courtyard and that all noise levels should be kept to a reasonable level.
- There is lawn area at the front of the Constitutional Centre (on Parliament Place) which students can access for longer break periods. This area is further away from work spaces where noise is not such an issue.
- There is a drink fountain for students in the courtyard.
- There are no lunch bar or café facilities at the EEC. However, there are two coffee shops on Havelock Street: 4 U Café – 35 Havelock Street and Dumas Café – 2 Havelock Street (Dumas House).
- Student lunches may be left at the EEC. Please make arrangements with your presenter when you arrive for your booking so that a suitable place can be found.
Public indemnity insurance
The EEC has the required level of public indemnity insurance.
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Working With Children Check
All staff working at the EEC have a valid Working With Children card.
Safety and emergency information
The EEC has an emergency evacuation procedure developed in accordance with Western Australian Occupational Safety and Health Regulations and relevant Australian standards.
Supervising staff are required to bring a list of all visiting students and staff in case a roll call is necessary in an emergency situation.
In the unlikely event of an emergency which requires the evacuation of the building, an alarm tone will sound, and EEC staff will take over and give instructions to supervising staff. Staff are asked to follow all instructions given by EEC staff or appointed wardens. On evacuation, groups will be directed to the initial assembly area which is located on the lawn area at the front of the building, unless otherwise instructed by the wardens.
View evacuation plan (PDF, 207kB)