Apprentice chef course now available at TAFE NSW Bathurst
TAFE NSW is offering budding Bathurst chefs the opportunity to study a nationally accredited apprenticeship course in their local area.
Bathurst local leading the charge on beating the battle of the bulge
TAFE NSW Bathurst Fitness graduate Corinda Barlow is encouraging others to consider a career in the fitness industry as the Bathurst community continues to battle its share of the national obesity epidemic.
Dream come true for TAFE NSW student
Bathurst resident and self-proclaimed animal lover, Danielle Pearson is now working in her dream career as an animal attendant at the RSPCA Orange, thanks to her studies at TAFE NSW.
TAFE NSW student paints away at a bright future
Bathurst resident, Nicole Foxall, is taking advantage of the growth in the visual arts and craft industry by painting a successful career in the Central West as an artist. Known for...
TAFE NSW student recognised for wanting to help others
After falling victim to domestic violence herself, Kara Jayne has made it her mission to help others in a similar situation. For her passion for supporting rural communities and commitment to her career she was also awarded with a $6,000 Royal Agricultural Society (RAS) Foundation Scholarship presented by the Governor of New South Wales, The Hon. Margaret Beazley AO, the Patron of the RAS.
TAFE NSW student turns her new lifestyle into a healthy career
TAFE NSW graduate and Mudgee local, Amy Ryan believes it’s never too late for a career change and is encouraging others to consider a career in the fitness industry as more than 20,000 new jobs...
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.
Esther outclasses her career at TAFE NSW
TAFE NSW Bathurst graduate, Esther Werner, is proof of the changing perceptions of the wool industry. After studying a Certificate IV in Wool Classing, Esther has made the move to the New England area to work as a superfine wool handler for RP Layton Shearing Contractors.
TAFE NSW students awarded Dean Mobbs Gallery Scholarships
TAFE NSW Bathurst students Sarah Booby, Kiana Ryan and Marley Pearce have been announced as the recipients of the Dean Mobbs Gallery Creative Arts, Early Childhood and Hospitality Scholarships...