TAFE NSW prepares students for essential mental health jobs
With NSW recording a surge in demand for counselling support services during a pandemic that has affected up to 300,000 jobsi, CEO of Lifeline Central West is encouraging locals to upskill to help with the shortage of skilled workers during National Mental Health month.
TAFE NSW diploma puts Kate in a $50 billion industry after one year of study
Merimbula’s Kate Mustard went from working in a bakery and studying at TAFE NSW Bega, to a career in a $50 billion industry in less than one year.
Chloe's committed to caring for children
Chlor Jones started her journey by studying a Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care at TAFE NSW Wilcannia. After completing her work placement she was offered a maternity relief role as the Aboriginal Education Officer at Barlu Kurli Preschool.
TAFE NSW offers skills to target jobs demand
Year 12 Quirindi High School student, Josh Redgrove is taking advantage of the growing pharmacy industry in a predominately female dominated area by undertaking a school-based traineeship at Quirindi Pharmacy and Emporium and studying at TAFE NSW.
TAFE NSW Dubbo offers skills to target jobs demand
Through TAFE NSW Dubbo, Ms Kelly, was able to develop her skills as an Early Childhood Educator by studying a Diploma in Early Childhood Education and Care which has helped her gain employment at a number of childcare centres in Dubbo.