Chris' TAFE NSW skills translate to successful career in community services
Chris came to Australia from Togo on a humanitarian visa and worked as a translator before following his passion for helping people.
Veteran continues life of service in the community thanks to TAFE NSW
When Jack Brown left the Army, he knew he wanted to continue to help the community
Stronger together: TAFE NSW students support each other amidst surge in industry demand
With NSW recording a surge in demand for community support services in the wake of the pandemic and amidst a rise in the cost of living, TAFE NSW is committed to upskilling students to help meet...
Industry workforce in spotlight at landmark TAFE Digital event
A landmark event in Strathfield aimed at strengthening ties between TAFE Digital and industry has been hailed an “overwhelming success” and prompted plans for future similar events.
Lived experience drives TAFE NSW grad's passion for community service
Work and caring duties were a barrier to study for Chloe Wilson. TAFE Digital allowed her to study flexibly and now she's got a job in health support in her own community.
TAFE NSW Coffs Harbour trains locals for community services jobs boom
With increasing demand for community services workers, Woolgoolga’s Paul Hunt is one of many TAFE NSW Coffs Harbour Education Campus (CHEC) graduates learning the skills needed to support the Coffs community.
TAFE NSW helps Bega dad transform his life by helping others
A Bega dad whose entire family is living with a disability has credited TAFE NSW with empowering him to support his loved ones and other vulnerable community members.
New courses at TAFE NSW Liverpool address health industry demand
Diploma courses will be offered at TAFE NSW Liverpool for the first time in 2022 to meet demand for skilled workers in the local health and community services industry.
TAFE NSW prepares students for essential mental health jobs
With NSW recording a surge in demand for counselling support services during a pandemic that has affected up to 300,000 jobsi, CEO of Lifeline Central West is encouraging locals to upskill to help with the shortage of skilled workers during National Mental Health month.