TAFE NSW study leads to rewarding careers for Narrabri locals
Narrabri locals Maria Revell and Alexia Weckert are encouraging job seekers to consider a rewarding career in the aged care industry considering local employment opportunities. Both Maria and Alexia studied a Certificate III in Individual Support (Ageing) at TAFE NSW Narrrabri and were employed by Whiddon Narrabri and Wee Waa before completing their course.
TAFE NSW graduate's career goes from plate to paddock
TAFE NSW Dubbo graduate, Cory Nordstrom, is proof that it’s never too late to be in a career you love after switching from the kitchen to the shearing shed.
TAFE NSW graduate leads by example
Steven, a Mudgee resident and Western NSW Local Health District employee, realised he needed to gain the additional skills to be able to lead and empower a dynamic team in his role as the Sector Engineer for Asset Operations. He chose to study a Diploma of Leadership and Management online through TAFE NSW Dubbo to assist him in making improvements and better informed decisions.
TAFE NSW offers advice for looking after loved ones at Christmas
While Christmas is an exciting time of year for most people, spent celebrating with family and friends, it can also be a source of stress and anxiety for the elderly. TAFE NSW Head...
TAFE NSW helps David find his calling for caring
Coonabarabran resident, David Brennan, is taking full advantage of new employment opportunities in the aged care industry and the TAFE NSW Connected Learning Centre. After completing a Certificate III in Individual Support (Ageing), David is now working at Cooinda Coonabarabran as a support worker.
TAFE NSW helps Jessica connect to a new career
Ms Wratten’s new career is in sight after choosing to upskill at the Connected Learning Centre after her five young children had grown. She decided to study a Certificate III in Information Digital Media and Technology (IDMT) and is now furthering her knowledge by enrolling in a Certificate IV.
TAFE NSW Cowra students help important community cause
As part of the The Youth Employment Strategy (YES) Program, which introduces disengaged and vulnerable high school students to vocational education and training, 11 Cowra High School students have constructed two dog kennels that will be used as prizes in a CINC raffle to raise money for victims of domestic violence.
TAFE NSW Student's career adds up thanks to TPC course
Narrabri resident, Charlotte Joulian, is encouraging early school leavers to consider studying a one-year TAFE NSW High School Certificate (HSC) equivalent course as a pathway to further...
TAFE NSW graduates add new skills to the mix
Dubbo’s EarlyRise Baking Co. is defying a national trend by choosing to invest in their employees to meet their needs, rather than recruiting new ones. Talented bakers and pastry chefs,...
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