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Career advisors, principals, deputy principals

TAFE NSW is Australia’s largest education and training provider, with over 1,200 courses, diplomas and degrees.

Students will graduate with strong theoretical knowledge, practical skills and industry experience to ensure they are job ready. Help guide your students’ ambitions into a career they’ll love.

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Industry and career insights

Industry and career insights

Want to know where the largest employment growth is and the courses that can take your students there? Help guide your students’ ambitions with our Career Snapshots that give you the jobs, stats and facts within each career area.

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Career Advisors - Student services - 2019

Student Services

Studying at TAFE NSW means being guided to success. We’re here at every stage of the learning journey with study support, personal and career counselling, accessibility services and help finding employment or accommodation. Students will be supported at TAFE NSW.

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We are the leading education and training provider in Australia, with expert teaching staff and state-of-the-art facilities.

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We have established pathways and over 25,000 industry connections that can put your students into their dream career – quicker.

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Career Advisor 2019 - Video

Career Advisor 2019 - Video and Testimonial

Don't take our word for it

See what our students have to say about their time at TAFE NSW

"I wasn’t really into the whole university atmosphere where everyone seems to be competing. At TAFE, everyone kinda helps each other. It’s much more supportive."