Donations 'hailed' as car rolls into TAFE NSW Wagga Wagga
A ferocious hailstorm that swept Canberra in January has provided the perfect “vehicle” for TAFE NSW Wagga Wagga automotive students to refine their skills.
WESTERN SYDNEY HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS ON THE FAST TRACK TO A CAREER IN ENGINEERING
Ahead of Western Sydney’s engineering jobs boom created by the future Aerotropolis, TAFE NSW is helping local high school students gear up for a career in engineering by hosting an international STEM challenge where students design, build and race a model Formula One car.
PROUD DUNGHUTTI WOMAN HELPING LOCAL MOTHERS
A proud Dunghutti mother-of-five is helping other Aboriginal women adjust to motherhood after securing a job in the antenatal and postnatal wards at Nepean Hospital as an assistant nurse.
New cultural arts course commences at TAFE NSW Tamworth
TAFE NSW Tamworth has launched a new course that is focused on the development of cultural art skills for a career in the growing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander arts sector.
TAFE NSW GRADUATE'S PASSION FOR BUSHLAND REGENERATION HELPS PROTECT THREATENED HAWKESBURY SPECIES
Warwick Michael is pursuing his dream in land rehabilitation working on the Cattai five-year rehabilitation contract to restore 59 hectares of wetland and bushland areas since completing a Diploma of Conservation and Land Management online at TAFE NSW and landing a job at Total Earth Care.
GARDEN LANDSCAPE INDUSTRY BLOOMING IN WESTERN SYDNEY
With more than 10.5 million Australians working from home during the pandemic, a local landscaping business has seen a spike in demand for services as people look to refresh their yards during COVID-19.
RAISING HOPE: How TAFE NSW helped Monique confront the 'invisible enemy'
A former Australian Army medic who is living with service-related PTSD has credited TAFE NSW for helping her rediscover the joy of learning and reintegrate back into society.
TAFE NSW building hope and jobs for some of Tumut's most disadvantaged
A unique project aimed at empowering unemployed Tumut residents to break the cycle of joblessness has swung into action.
GREY MATTERS: TAFE NSW helps John take the high road in unlikely career switch
A man in his 60s who found himself suddenly jobless after a successful and varied career has thanked TAFE NSW Corowa for helping him reinvent himself – as a traffic controller.
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