TAFE NSW ENGLISH LANGUAGE COURSES HELP SYDNEY MIGRANTS INTO JOBS
TAFE NSW is at the forefront of helping migrants transition to life in Australia by helping them brush up on their English and set them up for career success.
Western Sydney migrants gain dual skills in English language and winter fire safety
TAFE NSW is at the forefront of helping migrants transition to life in Australia by helping them brush up on their English whilst learning critical home fire safety skills.
TAFE NSW helping secure the future for migrants and refugees
TAFE NSW will be able to help migrants, and humanitarian entrants build their English skills further, thanks to recent changes to the Adult Migrant English Program (AMEP) eligibility.
Leticia grows language skills on the farm
65-year-old Leticia Milner is using her newfound English skills gained through distance learning with TAFE Digital to help grow her fruit and jam-making business on the Eyre Peninsula.
FROM DESPAIR TO HOPE: How TAFE NSW helped Jinpa forge a new life
A man who fled religious persecution in his native Tibet and found safe haven in Wagga Wagga has thanked TAFE NSW for helping him create hope and prosperity in his adopted homeland.
KULVINDER KICKS CAREER GOALS WITH TAFE NSW
An English program at TAFE NSW has created a world of possibilities for one Westmead local who has now gone on to study for a career in business administration.
SEWING A BRIGHT FUTURE: MIGRANT WOMEN TAKE UP TAFE NSW FASHION COURSE
TAFE NSW is helping migrant women across Western Sydney settle into their community by offering fee-free courses to equip them with basic skills in fashion design, enabling students to get a foot in the door to an industry they love.
Refugee gives back to community during tough times
An Iraqi refugee, who fled to Australia in search of a better future, has turned her life around with TAFE NSW and is now helping new migrants settle into the Western Sydney community.
Refugee bakes the recipe for happiness with TAFE NSW
Baking bread has taken on a new meaning for Rania Shahoud, who once feared for her life walking to the shops to buy bread to feed her family in war torn Syria.