TAFE NSW helps David find his calling for caring
Coonabarabran resident, David Brennan, is taking full advantage of new employment opportunities in the aged care industry and the TAFE NSW Connected Learning Centre. After completing a Certificate III in Individual Support (Ageing), David is now working at Cooinda Coonabarabran as a support worker.
Local students unite for arts, design, film and gaming display
In an era where everything can be bought from big name homeware stores, there is a real demand from regional communities for bespoke goods. TAFE NSW students are ensuring they will be equipped...
TAFE NSW helps Jessica connect to a new career
Ms Wratten’s new career is in sight after choosing to upskill at the Connected Learning Centre after her five young children had grown. She decided to study a Certificate III in Information Digital Media and Technology (IDMT) and is now furthering her knowledge by enrolling in a Certificate IV.
TAFE NSW lights the path for Jantana on her integration journey
A migrant who landed in Narrandera for love seven years ago has credited TAFE NSW with helping her integrate into Australian life and gain the skills to secure a job in the booming aged care industry.
Sparks fly as Corowa students get taste of metal trades
Sparks flew and skills grew when a group of Corowa High School students earned an engineering qualification as part of a unique partnership with the TAFE NSW Corowa Connected Learning Centre recently.
Fresh start in art
TAFE NSW Macksville students studying a Certificate II in Career Preparation displayed their creations in an exhibition on Friday night. Held at Bowraville Community Hall, the exhibition...
Electrician sparks a career in Information Technology at TAFE NSW
A Penrith sparky has traded in the tools and turned up the voltage on his career, using his TAFE NSW IT skills to help leading university academics find breakthroughs in diabetes research.
TAFE NSW helps Millie make a career out of caring
A TUMUT mum-of-four has encouraged others to pursue their “passion for compassion” at TAFE NSW amid figures revealing a looming jobs boom in the childcare industry.
How TAFE NSW helped new Aussie land two jobs in a year
A THAI woman who arrived in Cootamundra 12 months ago and spoke barely a word of English has praised TAFE NSW for helping her build her language, and confidence, to the point where she now has two jobs.
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