Vehicle donations put TAFE NSW students in driving seat to build job-ready skills
TAFE NSW Dubbo and Cobar automotive students will be able to hone their practical skills, thanks to donations of unwanted vehicles.
TAFE NSW graduate passing on the tricks of the trade
Amid a construction boom across regional NSW, Dubbo builder, Jack Bush is making the most of NSW Government subsidies to grow his business with a TAFE NSW trained apprentice.
TAFE NSW Dubbo builds pipeline of employees to meet local jobs demand
Dubbo resident Ally Niemeyer has experienced first hand the challenges of working with children with disabilites and has become increasingly aware of the job opportunities in the community services industry. She studied a Diploma of Community Services at TAFE NSW Dubbo and is now reaping the rewards working as a support worker at Mission Australia.
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.
TAFE NSW graduate leads by example
Steven, a Mudgee resident and Western NSW Local Health District employee, realised he needed to gain the additional skills to be able to lead and empower a dynamic team in his role as the Sector Engineer for Asset Operations. He chose to study a Diploma of Leadership and Management online through TAFE NSW Dubbo to assist him in making improvements and better informed decisions.
TAFE NSW student is committed to caring for children
Chloe Hopson began her exciting career in the early childhood and education industry by studying a Certificate III in Early Childhood Education at TAFE NSW Mudgee whilst completing a traineeship at Mudgee’s Puggles Childcare Centre. She is now part way through a Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care at TAFE NSW Dubbo and is already employed as a childcare assistant at the popular childcare Centre.
TAFE NSW graduates add new skills to the mix
Dubbo’s EarlyRise Baking Co. is defying a national trend by choosing to invest in their employees to meet their needs, rather than recruiting new ones. Talented bakers and pastry chefs,...
TAFE NSW teacher helping young people build a positive future
TAFE NSW Dubbo teacher, Stephen Smith, is working with Orana Haven Aboriginal Corporation to encourage young Aboriginal people to get job-ready skills to take advantage of the employment...
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.