TAFE NSW is an organisation that engages with industry; an organisation that is thinking in new ways and delivering training solutions relevant to industry requirements.
Industry developments are at the forefront of the TAFE NSW focus. TAFE NSW provides training needs analysis, strategic planning and advice to national Industry Skills Councils, government agencies, industry associations, enterprises and community organisations.
TAFE NSW staff are professionally qualified educators. They have extensive industry experience and work with industry to develop courses relevant to today’s workplace and to give students an edge in their chosen career.
TAFE NSW has a long-term strategy to align its training products and services with the current and evolving needs of the manufacturing and engineering industry. The TAFE NSW Manufacturing and Engineering Strategy refocused training activities to ensure TAFE NSW is equipped to meet the changing circumstances and skills needs of the manufacturing and engineering sectors.
TAFE NSW organises its training around industry sectors aligned to national Industry Skills Councils. This allows TAFE NSW to deliver nationally recognised training and ensures graduates can use their qualifications around the state and nationally. Each industry area has a corresponding TAFE NSW training and education support unit which develops and manages, with the TAFE NSW Institutes, educational programs and teaching resources for the industry-focussed courses it develops. These TAFE NSW units support the work of TAFE NSW Institutes in delivering flexible, customised and responsive training to industry and the community.
A service framework for equity support and vocational access that utilises social inclusion policy is provided as a core business approach.
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