TAFE Digital helps Michelle turn COVID disaster into brand-new career
Michelle Williams was forced to reinvent herself when COVID-19 devastated her massage business. Thanks to TAFE Digital, she has found a new passion and launched a brand-new career.
Kirstin snaps up a career in photography
Orange photographer and proud Wiradjuri woman Kristin Byrnes has launched a photography business, thanks to her ‘life-changing’ TAFE NSW experience.
Gemma's career has all the right ingredients
From menu creation to running the kitchen, Bathurst resident, Gemma England has her career cooked to perfection, thanks to the skills and expertise she has learnt at TAFE NSW and on-the-job at Country Coffee.
TAFE NSW student sparks up a career change to meet demand on the South Coast
At 41 Adam Check made a career change into an industry crying out for skilled employees.
School-based traineeship gives Sophie a head start to her career
A Parkes Christian School graduate who has enjoyed a hands-on position in local government for two years has credited TAFE NSW for helping her accelerate her career.
TAFE NSW Orange restaurant to feature in F.O.O.D Week
TAFE NSW students and teachers are encouraging the Orange community to experience the culinary creations and exceptional service of the Dharra Ngurang training restaurant during Orange F.O.O.D Week.
Collaborative training program providing Wilcannia locals with a pathway to employment
Eleven Wilcannia locals will graduate from an innovative training program this week equipped with job-ready skills in construction thanks to a collaboration between WaterNSW, Murdi Paaki Services, Regional Enterprise Development Institute (REDI.E) and TAFE NSW.
Cowra student's hard work earns rare second traineeship
A Cowra TAFE NSW student has been given a rare opportunity to take up a second traineeship with Cowra Council and has also inspired his Council team mates to pursue further training in their chosen profession.
Vehicle donations put TAFE NSW students in driving seat to build job-ready skills
TAFE NSW Dubbo and Cobar automotive students will be able to hone their practical skills, thanks to donations of unwanted vehicles.