Women encouraged to Try a Trade at TAFE NSW Casino
TAFE NSW Casino and Richmond Valley Council are uniting forces to encourage women across the Richmond Valley to pursue careers in male-dominated industries with new Try a Trade short...
Collaborative training program providing Wilcannia locals with a pathway to employment
Eleven Wilcannia locals will graduate from an innovative training program this week equipped with job-ready skills in construction thanks to a collaboration between WaterNSW, Murdi Paaki Services, Regional Enterprise Development Institute (REDI.E) and TAFE NSW.
FEMALE CONSTRUCTION APPRENTICE HELPS SHAPE WESTERN SYDNEY’S FUTURE
A Chester Hill local is gearing up to work on major infrastructure projects across Sydney after landing an...
TAFE NSW graduate passing on the tricks of the trade
Amid a construction boom across regional NSW, Dubbo builder, Jack Bush is making the most of NSW Government subsidies to grow his business with a TAFE NSW trained apprentice.
New TAFE NSW Joinery course to help meet regional skills demand
TAFE NSW has moved to introduce a new Certificate III in Joinery apprenticeship course at TAFE NSW Orange to meet the demand for skilled trades in the wake of COVID-19.
TAFE NSW students learn the importance of passive design in Canada
A group of TAFE NSW Northern Beaches building students have gone global, travelling to British Columbia to learn about passive design as part of the Australian Government’s Endeavour Leadership Program (ELP).
Inspiring TAFE NSW Moree students graduate
Thirteen enthusiastic members of the Moree community are now equipped with new skills to pursue employment opportunities after successfully completing a Certificate II in Construction at TAFE NSW Moree.
TAFE NSW teacher helping young people build a positive future
TAFE NSW Dubbo teacher, Stephen Smith, is working with Orana Haven Aboriginal Corporation to encourage young Aboriginal people to get job-ready skills to take advantage of the employment...
Nat hammers home a career in construction
Being the only woman on a worksite full of tradesmen can be an eye-opening experience. It can also be a surprisingly rewarding one, according to Natalie Creed, a fourth year apprentice builder with Wagga’s Ladex Construction Group.