RAISING HOPE: Former refugee to share story as part of unique TAFE NSW short course
A Syrian refugee will recount her harrowing journey to Australia as part of a TAFE NSW short course that aims to better prepare local mental health professionals and support services to work with forced migrants.
MAKING THE CHOP: Elizabeth proves a cut above in male-dominated butchery trade
A self-confessed “girly girl” from Bowral is challenging stereotypes about the traditionally male-dominated butchery trade and, with the help of TAFE NSW, is about to become a fully-fledged tradeswoman.
How TAFE NSW empowered Rubi to support a community's healing
A TAFE NSW graduate delivering a youth empowerment program for Kiama teens has urged locals to prioritise their health and wellbeing in what has been a difficult year for local young people.
Fee-free TAFE NSW mental health courses to support aged care residents, workers
Two fee-free TAFE NSW courses aimed at empowering aged care workers to better understand and address mental health issues in residents have been launched in the Illawarra.
TAFE NSW trains SALT women in region’s first handy-person pilot program
A group of Illawarra women are training at TAFE NSW gaining the hands-on skills to operate their own handy-person businesses.
TAFE NSW Wollongong and Shellharbour offer a taste of careers in growth area
The health, wellbeing and community services sector needs qualified employees and a TAFE NSW is offering a seven-week taste of the industry. TAFE NSW Head teacher of Community...
Leonie’s a spark of inspiration to aspiring electricians
Leonie Davies is the only female electrotechnology teacher at TAFE NSW Wollongong, and a bit of a rarity among electricians particularly in her previous workplaces of heavy industry and mining sites.
TAFE NSW teacher lands the sweetest role on the planet
TAFE NSW Wollongong’s own king of chocolate, Herve Boutin, has been announced as President of the jury panel for the Pastry, Gelato, and Chocolate World Cup.
Athena uses TAFE NSW as a one-year-shortcut to university
Despite battling a painful and crippling condition that ended her school studies in year 11, Athena Withnall has gained an ATAR equivalent at TAFE NSW of 98.