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TAFE NSW student enlists signs of career success
TAFE NSW and Dubbo Senior College student, Lilli-Rae Campbell is taking advantage of new employment opportunities in the community services and childcare industry. Lilli-Rae has recently completed a Certificate II in Community Services at TAFE NSW and has gained employment with the After School and Vacation Care Program at the Dubbo Neighbourhood Centre Inc. trading as Connecting Community Services.
Mother and son a class act helping Aboriginal elders through their twilight years
Mother and son study at TAFE NSW together and work in one of the state’s only Aboriginal aged care facilities.
TAFE NSW Wollongong and Shellharbour offer a taste of careers in growth area
The health, wellbeing and community services sector needs qualified employees and a TAFE NSW is offering a seven-week taste of the industry. TAFE NSW Head teacher of Community...
TAFE NSW Nowra and Ulladulla offer a taste of careers in growth area
The health, wellbeing and community services sector needs qualified employees and a TAFE NSW is offering a seven-week taste of the industry. TAFE NSW Head teacher of...
TAFE NSW puts Luci in a league of her own
4 June, 2019 At just 23, Luci Lugsdin has the world at her feet – a beautiful young daughter, a promising rugby league career and part-way to a TAFE NSW qualification that will make her highly employable.
Kirsten praised at prestigious TAFE NSW awards
Kirsten Fitzpatrick, who completed a Certificate III in Community Services at TAFE NSW Dubbo in 2018, was announced as the winner of the prestigious Career Pathways, Aboriginal Languages and Employability Skills Student of the Year and VET in Schools Student of the Year at a gala awards ceremony at Lazy River Estate.
Shoalhaven Women’s Wellness Festival and TAFE NSW turned Kristy’s shattered life around
South Nowra’s Kristy Hoger should be the poster-girl for how to pick yourself up after you’ve been knocked down. The Shoalhaven Women’s Wellness Festival and TAFE NSW played a major role in her finding the career of her dreams.
TAFE NSW Casino hosts community services day
In recognition of the challenges some students face in juggling their studies with other commitments such as family and work, TAFE NSW Casino yesterday hosted a community services day as an extension to its annual Orientation Week.
TAFE NSW diploma puts Kate in a $50 billion industry after one year of study
Merimbula’s Kate Mustard went from working in a bakery and studying at TAFE NSW Bega, to a career in a $50 billion industry in less than one year.
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