Stitching up a surgical career thanks to TAFE NSW
With HSC results now released, a TAFE NSW graduate is urging young people to consider an alternate path to their dream career if they don’t get the ATAR they were hoping for.
First Step program hits the ground running
TAFE NSW and J.P. Morgan have expanded their landmark First Step Program for young people to support South Western Sydney’s newly arrived migrant and refugee community.
Graduate goes from barista to master with TAFE NSW
With HSC results set to be announced this coming Thursday, a TAFE NSW graduate is urging young people to consider an alternate path to their dream career if they don’t get the ATAR they were hoping for.
TAFE NSW JOB-SEEKING COURSE SUPPORTS COVID-19 CAREER CHANGERS
A TAFE NSW program is opening the door to a new career for hundreds of jobseekers who’ve decided to make a change during COVID-19.
TAFE NSW graduate says there's more than one path to an ATAR
Youth Ambassador Elli Reinhard is urging young people to consider an alternate path to year 12 at TAFE NSW if they don’t get the ATAR they were hoping for.
TAFE NSW helps stay-at-home mum crack into the logistics industry
Graduate Ruth Li has taken advantage of the NSW Government’s JobTrainer scheme to study fee-free at TAFE NSW and make the leap from stay-at-home mum to full-time logistics worker.
Western Sydney migrants gain dual skills in English language and winter fire safety
TAFE NSW is at the forefront of helping migrants transition to life in Australia by helping them brush up on their English whilst learning critical home fire safety skills.
Inspiring mum of four takes on uni thanks to TAFE NSW
Student of the year and mum of four Nicole Li is calling on people to consider alternate pathways to tertiary study after opening a new chapter of her life with TAFE NSW.
TAFE NSW REFUGEE ADVOCATE WINS HUMANITARIAN AWARD
TAFE NSW Cultural and Linguistic Diversity Coordinator Eva Atkins has been awarded the 2021 NSW Humanitarian Award for Education.