TAFE NSW Cowra students help important community cause
As part of the The Youth Employment Strategy (YES) Program, which introduces disengaged and vulnerable high school students to vocational education and training, 11 Cowra High School students have constructed two dog kennels that will be used as prizes in a CINC raffle to raise money for victims of domestic violence.
TAFE NSW Student's career adds up thanks to TPC course
Narrabri resident, Charlotte Joulian, is encouraging early school leavers to consider studying a one-year TAFE NSW High School Certificate (HSC) equivalent course as a pathway to further...
TAFE NSW graduates add new skills to the mix
Dubbo’s EarlyRise Baking Co. is defying a national trend by choosing to invest in their employees to meet their needs, rather than recruiting new ones. Talented bakers and pastry chefs,...
TAFE NSW helping migrants live their best life
New residents who have migrated to the Central West and Blue Mountains regions from Cambodia, India and China are accessing a unique program to learn English, find employment and adapt to their...
TAFE NSW student recognised for wanting to help others
After falling victim to domestic violence herself, Kara Jayne has made it her mission to help others in a similar situation. For her passion for supporting rural communities and commitment to her career she was also awarded with a $6,000 Royal Agricultural Society (RAS) Foundation Scholarship presented by the Governor of New South Wales, The Hon. Margaret Beazley AO, the Patron of the RAS.
TAFE NSW student creates a business plan for success
Samantha Hicks is on the path to success after choosing to upskill at TAFE NSW after her three children had grown. She decided to study a Certificate III in Business Administration and then a Certificate III in Business (Medical) and is now furthering her knowledge in a Certificate IV in Business Administration.
TAFE NSW teacher helping young people build a positive future
TAFE NSW Dubbo teacher, Stephen Smith, is working with Orana Haven Aboriginal Corporation to encourage young Aboriginal people to get job-ready skills to take advantage of the employment...
TAFE NSW student turns her new lifestyle into a healthy career
TAFE NSW graduate and Mudgee local, Amy Ryan believes it’s never too late for a career change and is encouraging others to consider a career in the fitness industry as more than 20,000 new jobs...
TAFE NSW student turns his love of the outdoors into a career
Former TAFE NSW Lithgow student, Simon Colagiuri, is taking advantage of opportunities in the industry after turning his love for exploring the outdoors into a thrilling career path. After studying a Certificate III and IV in Outdoor Recreation, he is now working as a group leader at Somerset Outdoor Learning based at the Colo River near Richmond.
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