Leticia grows language skills on the farm
65-year-old Leticia Milner is using her newfound English skills gained through distance learning with TAFE Digital to help grow her fruit and jam-making business on the Eyre Peninsula.
Kurri Kurri apprentice wins National Baking Award
An apprentice at Kurri Kurri's Bread Basket, Lucas Staff, has been named the National Apprentice Baker of the Year at the National 2021 Excellence in Baking Awards in Sydney.
Christine curates the perfect career with TAFE NSW
TAFE NSW graduate Christine Smalley is exhibiting her world-class curatorial skills in her new position as Coordinator Collection and Exhibitions at Penrith Regional Gallery.
Art and identity explored in TAFE NSW cultural arts program
TAFE NSW Katoomba is engaging Aboriginal artists in the Blue Mountains to share their stories through art in a unique “Painting up Country” program.
HOT PROPERTY: New TAFE NSW course offers locals a gateway to booming real estate industry
A TAFE NSW course empowering locals to tap into the booming real estate industry is being offered at a host of campuses for the first time ever this month.
COMFORT ZONE: How food can be a balm for the soul in troubled times
For some, it’s that feeling of a warm pizza box on your lap; for others, the carb-laden succour of a creamy mashed potato or the sweet sensation of a freshly-baked cookie.
TAFE NSW teacher wins North Coast VET Trainer of the Year
TAFE NSW Commercial Cookery Teacher David Forster has been named Trainer of the Year at the 2021 North Coast NSW Training Services Awards at Coffs Harbour.
TAFE NSW HELPS KINCHELA BOYS RECLAIM THEIR EDUCATION
TAFE NSW is helping Uncles from Kinchela Boy’s Home Aboriginal Corporation in Redfern reclaim their education through a landmark literacy program.
Mina puts lab skills to the test
St Leonards local Mina Hasheminasab has switched careers, moving from a 15-year career in the hair and beauty industry to an in-demand job as an environmental lab technician with help from TAFE NSW.