TAFE NSW student tops the State in HSC Course
Griffith local Lachlan O'Grady encourages young people to get a head start in the automotive industry at TAFE NSW after finishing first in the state in the HSC Automotive Examination.
TAFE NSW GRADUATE TAKES HOME MEDAL AT WORLDSKILLS AUSTRALIA
Local Lismore mechanic Nicholas McLaren has won silver at the 2021 WorldSkills Australia National Championships after...
TAFE NSW graduate Apprentice of the Year finalist at John Deere Awards
TAFE NSW graduate Callum Campbell has been recognised as one of the top John Deere Technicians in Australia after completing his apprenticeship at Hutcheon and Pearce, Finley.
AMBER DIGS IN AT TAFE NSW TO BECOME A GREAT MECHANIC
Cobar mechanical apprentice Amber Byrne has taken her studies a step further, getting behind the control panel of heavy diesel equipment so she can experience first-hand what it's like to operate the equipment she'll be servicing.
FORMER TAFE NSW AUTOMOTIVE STUDENT A DRIVING FORCE IN THE CLASSROOM FOR NEW GENERATION OF MECHANICS
Automotive mechanic Joel Crawford takes to the classroom to train workforce of the future.
TAFE NSW proves Girls Can Too when it comes to taking up a trade
Year 10 students are proving Girls Can Too, as part of a try-a-trade program with TAFE NSW Orange. The Canobolas High School students have been getting their hands dirty in carpentry, light automotive, electrotechnology, painting and decorating.
Keeping it local - TAFE NSW Dubbo celebrates 20 years of putting heavy vehicle mechanics in the driving seat
TAFE NSW Dubbo’s heavy automotive vehicle section this year celebrates its 20th anniversary of training hundreds of apprentices for a sector which is critically short of staff.
Vehicle donations put TAFE NSW students in driving seat to build job-ready skills
TAFE NSW Dubbo and Cobar automotive students will be able to hone their practical skills, thanks to donations of unwanted vehicles.
GIRLS CAN TOO: LOCAL STUDENTS EXPLORE CAREER IN TRADES
Forecasted growth in the Australian automotive industry over the next five years has prompted TAFE NSW to launch a new program encouraging local female high school students to get a taste of what an automotive career is like.