TAFE NSW HELPS SKILLED MIGRANTS ENTER THE WORKFORCE
Egyptian migrant Ahmed Elfaramawy is encouraging skilled migrants to boost their job prospects in Australia with the incredible TAFE NSW Skillmax program.
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 graduate talks the talk with Central Coast kids
The Central Coast community now has access to unique paediatric speech pathology services lead by an early childhood educator in Springfield. TAFE NSW graduate and Speech Pathologist Rachel Wood made the momentous decision to launch Cheeky Monkeys Speech Pathology this year, shortly after completing a Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care online to expand her understanding of child development needs.
FORMER QANTAS WORKER FLIES INTO THE FINANCE SECTOR WITH TAFE NSW
Demand for financial services and mortgage brokers as Australians look to refinance their loans during the current economic downturn has sparked a career change opportunity for people to launch their career in the banking sector.
MACKSVILLE LOCALS LEADING THE CHARGE ON BEATING THE BULGE
TAFE NSW fitness graduate and Macksville Aquatic Centre Fitness Trainer Jett Bolton is encouraging others to consider a career in the fitness industry as the Macksville community continues to...
COFFS LOCALS LEADING THE CHARGE ON BEATING THE BULGE
TAFE NSW Coffs Harbour fitness graduate and Anytime Fitness Personal Trainer Cameron Gaddes is encouraging others to consider a career in the fitness industry as the Coffs community continues o...
FINANCE INDUSTRY SEES SURGING DEMAND FOR SERVICES AFTER COVID-19
Finance businesses are taking advantage of the NSW Government’s fee-free traineeships to meet the surging demand for financial services and mortgage brokers as Australians look to refinance their loans during the current economic downturn.
Learning digital technology is a skill for life
TAFE NSW Great Lakes students learning the fundamentals of digital technology had a steep learning curve when classes moved online and have credited great teaching for helping complete their course.
TAFE NSW a key ingredient in tackling hospitality skills shortage: Sir George head chef
A Riverina chef whose training has taken him to the kitchens of some of Australia’s most celebrated eateries has urged locals to consider a career in cookery to address the skills shortage afflicting the sector.
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