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.
Virtual Bangamalanha Conference attracts impressive guest speakers
Proud Wiradjuri woman, award-winning Australian author and Aboriginal literacy advocate, Dr Anita Heiss, will lead a star-studded line up of guest speakers alongside Nova Peris OAM and Mark ‘The Black Olive’ at the 2020 TAFE NSW Virtual Bangamalanha Conference this month.
Early childhood education scholarships promote a move to the country
TAFE NSW has welcomed the Destination Australia Scholarships program and is encouraging those who have recently made a tree change to consider a career as an early childcare worker.
TAFE NSW Inverell aged care students in demand with local employers
TAFE NSW students Erin Bridges, Evelyn Schembri, Lauren Mangano and Olivia Trevithick are the newest employees at McLean Care Inverell because they are equipped with the job ready skills they need to hit the ground running.
TAFE NSW helps Lachie pirouette to physiotherapy
Lachie Martin returned to Tamworth to complete a one-year Higher School Certificate (HSC) equivalent course at TAFE NSW which has established a pathway to university to study physiotherapy after a career-ending injury saw him leave the prestigious Australian Ballet School.
TAFE NSW Lithgow offers flexible new courses to address skills shortages
TAFE NSW Lithgow has moved to help address the shortage of social housing and community service workers by offering three new courses to the community through a mixture of flexible online study and face-to-face workshops.
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.
New Year, new career at TAFE NSW
TAFE NSW student Lyndall Pratt is proof that it’s never too late to be in a career you love. Ms Pratt swapped a busy career counting numbers for a promising future caring for animals by studying a Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing at TAFE NSW.
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.