APPRENTICE AWARD CREATED FOR PASSIONATE TAFE NSW KURRI KURRI STUDENT
The NSW Golf Course Superintendents Association created an Encouragement Award to give special recognition to TAFE NSW Kurri Kurri graduate Austyn Layton.
TAFE NSW Student to go inside the Writers room
Tweed Heads local, Katie Tonkin, is set to take her screenwriting career to the next level after winning a place in Screenworks 2021 Career Pathway program, Inside the Writers Room.
TAFE NSW GRADUATES OPEN GAME DEVELOPMENT COMPANY
Three TAFE NSW graduates have levelled up to a new dimension with the launch of their own gaming development studio in Coffs Harbour. A passion for gaming inspired friends Joshua...
Orange resident to benefit from early childhood education and care scholarships
With the early childhood education and care industry expected to experience one of the largest education sector job increases over the next two yearsi, an Orange resident is taking advantage of the boom by enlisting the study options and incentives available at TAFE NSW.
Snapshot of life-changing TAFE NSW experience on display in Orange
Up and coming Orange photographer, Brooke Crawford, has described studying at TAFE NSW as a ‘truly remarkable and life-changing experience’, as she prepares to show off her year’s work at the annual TAFE NSW Orange creative arts exhibition.
Career change leads to a life of beauty for TAFE NSW graduate Melissa Jansen
From TAFE NSW graduate to successful business owner, it’s been a whirlwind three years for Tamworth’s Melissa Jansen.
TAFE NSW Gunnedah students creating history
A group of talented and enthusiastic child care students are creating history in 2019, becoming the first students to undertake a Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care in the classrooms of TAFE NSW Gunnedah.
Shoalhaven Superheroes launch 2019 campaign with TAFE NSW
Shoalhaven Superheroes launched the inaugural Kidditch World Cup at a dinner powered by TAFE NSW students last Wednesday.
TAFE NSW study helps Naricah flourish
With a caring nature and a selfless attitude, Moree’s Naricah Smith was always destined for a career helping others. Now, thanks to the skills she has gained studying at TAFE NSW, the young Kamilaroi woman is thriving in her role as an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social and Emotional Wellbeing trainee at Flourish Australia.
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