Inspiring TAFE NSW course offers hope, new skills to refugees
An inspiring project aimed at arming refugees with new employability skills and helping Riverina farmers address a crippling farm labour shortage is taking shape at TAFE NSW Primary Industries Centre in North Wagga.
SHEAR CLASS: Wil turns to TAFE NSW to turbocharge career
A “dyed in the wool” sheep farmer who has been in shearing sheds since he could walk has turned to TAFE NSW to take his career in wool to the next level.
New TAFE NSW horse safety course aimed at stemming the tide of tragedy
The CEO of the nation’s peak horse safety body has welcomed a new TAFE NSW course aimed at helping stem the alarming tide of horse-related deaths and injuries in the region.
Unique partnership puts TAFE NSW ag students in the driver's seat
The TAFE NSW Primary Industries Centre (PIC) is putting the next generation of farming leaders in the driver’s seat – literally – as part of a unique partnership with leading agricultural equipment company Case IH.
How TAFE NSW can make you a backyard DIY 'ninja'
A leading Wagga landscaper has identified the most common backyard “DIY disasters” ahead of the popular spring garden makeover season.
CASH COW: TAFE NSW ag students land prestigious scholarships
8 July, 2019 A group of future agricultural leaders studying at TAFE NSW have been given a career “leg up” by being awarded prestigious scholarships by the Royal Agricultural Society of NSW Foundation.
Class act: Career-changer Clare claims top gong at Riverina Training Awards
A former chef and now aspiring farmer has been awarded the prestigious Vocational Student of the Year at the 2019 Riverina Training Awards.
Cream of the crop: TAFE NSW takes farm training to the world
One is the son of a retail manager from Japan’s third most populous city; the other from a tiny town in Southern Italy. Both have travelled halfway around the globe to forge a career in agriculture in Australia and have turned to TAFE NSW to teach them the finer points of farming.