TAFE NSW Dubbo graduate goes from patient to nurse
TAFE NSW Dubbo graduate Jackie Bayley is proof that anything is possible after overcoming mental health challenges to realise her dream of becoming an Enrolled Nurse.
TAFE NSW construction training filling foundational skills need in Dubbo
TAFE NSW Dubbo is answering industry calls for more foundational building skills by offering the newly developed Certificate II in Construction to local students.
TAFE NSW training helps Aboriginal men in recovery to build a solid future
Clients at an Aboriginal drug and alcohol rehabilitation service near Brewarrina are gaining job-ready skills in the growing construction industry thanks to a TAFE NSW course.
TAFE NSW student tops the state in HSC course
TAFE NSW Dubbo student Abram Liddell has finished first in the state in the HSC Electrotechnology Examination.
TAFE NSW trains next generation of shearing industry leaders
Despite years of life experience on the land, fifth-generation Merino farmer and shearer Rachel Pritchard turned to TAFE NSW to get the skills and qualifications she needed to succeed in the...
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 helps young couple find success in life and love
Not only have TAFE NSW graduates Matt and Tahlia Raleigh launched successful careers in the shearing and wool industry, but it was their love of shearing that brought the Cootamundra newlyweds together.
TAFE NSW helps young shearer launch golden career
TAFE NSW graduate Nicki Guttler is living her dream life travelling around Australia shearing sheep and earning good coin in an industry crying out for more workers.
TAFE NSW traineeship gives Leadville teenager a head-start in veterinary career
Charlotte Abbott loves to care for the pets and animals in her community, and thanks to TAFE NSW, the 17-year-old already has a burgeoning career doing what she loves.