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.
High school students drive their way to a career in automotive
TAFE NSW has launched its first automotive school-based program for year 10 and 11 students in the Blue Mountains, giving aspiring mechanics the opportunity to learn hands-on skills while they are still at school.
Female Trucking Apprentice has a successful career in tow
TAFE NSW automotive student Renee Gibson has been awarded the prestigious Cummins South Pacific Scholarship, shining brightly in a male dominated trade.
Caitlin Stephens is not tyred of being a mechanic
Getting dirty hands fixing cars is not the way many 19-year-old women choose to spend their time, but for Caitlin Stephens it’s not only a hobby but also her...
Wrecked cars to drive TAFE NSW auto students forward
According to the latest TAFE NSW research, ‘motor mechanic’ is the occupation expected to experience the largest employment growth in the NSW Automotive Trades and Services industry over the...
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