TAFE NSW student upskills to help make a difference
Wanting to help make a difference, Doug Chiles commenced work as a classroom assistant at a local school and decided he wanted to upskill and focus his efforts on giving younger children the best start in life by studying a Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care at TAFE NSW Bathurst.
TAFE NSW student enlists signs of career success
TAFE NSW and Dubbo Senior College student, Lilli-Rae Campbell is taking advantage of new employment opportunities in the community services and childcare industry. Lilli-Rae has recently completed a Certificate II in Community Services at TAFE NSW and has gained employment with the After School and Vacation Care Program at the Dubbo Neighbourhood Centre Inc. trading as Connecting Community Services.
Meike helping make a home for young hearts
For Meike McDermott, helping develop young hearts and minds is more a calling than a job.
TAFE NSW study is child’s play for Zoe
Gunnedah’s Zoe Devine is making a positive impression on all the children at Li’l Achievers Early Learning Centre, using the skills she learnt at TAFE NSW to kick-start her dream career.
Chloe's committed to caring for children
Chlor Jones started her journey by studying a Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care at TAFE NSW Wilcannia. After completing her work placement she was offered a maternity relief role as the Aboriginal Education Officer at Barlu Kurli Preschool.
Care factor: How TAFE NSW is addressing the childcare shortage in West Wyalong
A West Wyalong childcare worker has encouraged others to consider a “career in caring” amid newly released figures revealing a skills shortage in the local industry.
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