TAFE NSW Wollongong West takes Eric from interior design to hair design
IF changing career in the new year sounds good to you, a Corrimal interior designer-turned-hairdresser and barber has a few inspring words of avidce. “Go for it, it will energise you,”...
TAFE NSW student’s brain injury inspires a new career
A tragic moment in 2016 changed the course of Tom Spratt’s life forever after he fell asleep behind the wheel and rolled his car.
STATE OF THE ART: TAFE NSW launches landmark arts degree at Wagga and Albury
A jobs renaissance in the arts sector has prompted TAFE NSW Wagga Wagga and Albury to offer their first ever dedicated degree course – a Bachelor of Creative Practice.
KEEPING THE FAITH: How TAFE NSW helped Leeton mum break the cycle
A Leeton mum has vowed to use her TAFE NSW qualifications to inspire other local Aboriginal people to improve their lives through education.
Sara reveals syrupy secrets for a flavourful Christmas ham
Whether you like it traditional or a little bit radical, glazed ham is as much a part of an Aussie Christmas as turkey, bon bons and beer.
Got time off? try these TAFE NSW tips on tasks to tackle around the home
You can only spend so much time at the beach or lazing by the pool over the Christmas holiday period, so consider spending some time maintaining what is likely the most expensive investment...
TAFE NSW teacher tips on how to turn school holidays from torture to terrific
In an age where families struggle to balance constraints on time and the ever-present temptation of screens, former TAFE NSW Early Childhood Education and Care teacher, Marg Casey, can offer...
TAFE NSW graduate leads by example
Steven, a Mudgee resident and Western NSW Local Health District employee, realised he needed to gain the additional skills to be able to lead and empower a dynamic team in his role as the Sector Engineer for Asset Operations. He chose to study a Diploma of Leadership and Management online through TAFE NSW Dubbo to assist him in making improvements and better informed decisions.
Aboriginal Community skills up for a career in IT
Members of Western Sydney’s Aboriginal community have become IT whizzes thanks to a new TAFE NSW course delivered at Kimberwalli,