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Curating is about preservation, displaying, treasuring. It can combine artistic, scientific and technology skills in a unique and rewarding career.

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Why study Library or Record Management at TAFE NSW?

Library and Information Services courses offer students a chance to develop their researching skills and learn how to implement catalogue systems professionally. You will learn to catalogue, organise, digitise and maintain resources of all varieties, use your thirst for learning to help people access information, and preserve treasure knowledge for generations to come. Courses in this sector are formulated to equip you with the practical skills and background knowledge you need to accomplish results oriented, problem-solving tasks within any organisation.

This course area can lead to a number of job opportunities, from keeping and protecting a meticulous list of medical records to categorising reams and reams of books as a librarian. Qualifications in Library and Information Services can lead to a job as a library technician, team leader, assistant or archivist. The average weekly salary for a conveyancer or legal executive is $1,100.

TAFE NSW offers a wide range of courses at a number of levels to suit your needs. Whether you're just starting out in your Library Information Services career, want to upgrade your skills or simply broaden your horizons, don't wait any longer and enrol now!