CSIRO and TAFE NSW partnership ignites passion for STEM careers
Igniting a passion in young people to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) is the focus of a new program being run in Western Sydney by TAFE NSW and Australia’s national science agency, CSIRO, as part of the Generation STEM initiative.
TAFE NSW opens doors to careers in mental health
TAFE NSW is helping to skill new mental health workers in Western Sydney following a spike in demand for services in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic and extended lockdowns.
TAFE NSW helps Orange local land dream zookeeping job
Tim McMaster is only 20, but thanks to TAFE NSW the Orange local has already landed his dream job as a zookeeper.
TAFE NSW helps bolster New England shearing numbers
TAFE NSW’s practical short courses are providing fast career pathways into the booming wool industry as a nationwide worker shortage continues to drive demand for shearers in the New England region.
TAFE NSW traineeships help boost critical aged care workforce
TAFE NSW is partnering with major aged care providers across NSW to train a new generation of workers amid a huge demand for skilled staff in within the sector.
TAFE NSW qualification helped Jennifer’s horticulture career blossom
TAFE NSW qualification could lead you just about anywhere, even tending Mudgee’s beautiful rose gardens, according to TAFE NSW graduate Jennifer Tidey. Caring for the city’s magnificent...
TAFE NSW gives Armidale man a new hobby, side hustle, and holistic love of trees
As the nation grapples with a skills shortage of arborists, Armidale’s John Forsythe has taken matters into his own hands and is learning arboriculture skills at the tender age of 64 through...
TAFE NSW grows workers to stem national skills shortage
TAFE NSW is helping the arboriculture industry tackle a growing national skills shortage by training up and instilling a passion for the industry in workers like Sydney-based arborist Dalton Wills.
Dubbo mum falls in love with study through TAFE NSW
Disability worker Hope Morrissey finished school in Year 10 and never liked formal education, but after enrolling with TAFE NSW to upskill at work, she has discovered a newfound thirst for knowledge and passion for study.