TAFE NSW helps Orange apprentices do a roaring trade
TAFE NSW metal fabrication apprentices Makaela Hobson and Kate Marchington are both forging successful careers in an industry in which only 1 per cent of workers are female.
TAFE NSW graduate takes a tilt at national WorldSkills title
TAFE NSW graduate Harrison Blatch will soon go head-to-head with the best engineering mechanics from around the country at the WorldSkills Australia National Championships.
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.
NO LIMITS TO ENGINEERING A SUCCESSFUL CAREER
As school leavers across the state contemplate the next steps in their education journey, an Auburn local has proved that an ATAR is not the only way to get into university.
TAFE NSW AND UTS SKILL ENGINEERS OF THE FUTURE
Western Sydney’s engineers of the future have an innovative new study option that combines vocational education and training with higher education under a new plan announced by the Minister for Skills and Tertiary Education Geoff Lee.
WESTERN SYDNEY HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS ON THE FAST TRACK TO A CAREER IN ENGINEERING
Ahead of Western Sydney’s engineering jobs boom created by the future Aerotropolis, TAFE NSW is helping local high school students gear up for a career in engineering by hosting an international STEM challenge where students design, build and race a model Formula One car.
TAFE NSW HELPS SKILLED MIGRANTS ENTER THE WORKFORCE
Egyptian migrant Ahmed Elfaramawy is encouraging skilled migrants to boost their job prospects in Australia with the incredible TAFE NSW Skillmax program.
CHARLOTTE IS BRIDGING THE GENDER GAP IN ENGINEERING CONSTRUCTION
Charlotte made a career switch to engineering construction after completing a Diploma of Construction Project Management at TAFE NSW. She is now working on the $342 million Nowra Bridge Project.
TAFE NSW student welding her way to success
21-year-old TAFE NSW Campbelltown engineering student, Tayla Adcock is proving that Western Sydney’s infrastructure, energy and construction boom is not just a job for men. A catalyst...