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.
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.
IRINA SMASHES LANGUAGE GOALS WITH HELP FROM TAFE DIGITAL
Tweed Heads local Irina Lysova is reveling in her newfound confidence after supercharging her English language skills with TAFE Digital.
TAFE NSW helps migrants adapt to new and improved lifestyles in Cowra
Eight new Cowra residents who have migrated to the Central West from Congo are accessing a unique program at TAFE NSW to learn English, find employment and adapt to their new lifestyles.
Local deaf woman on a studying mission at TAFE NSW
Deaf Iraqi refugee Khishkok Hameed is on a studying mission now she has found independence and freedom in Australia, having completed a range of course in only 18 months – including learning English and sign language
Sumi takes a whisk and changes careers
After discovering cooking was a therapeutic way to de-stress at the end of the day, 42-year-old father-of-one, Sumidohlo Sutirman (Sumi) is turning his love of baking into a career.
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