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One TAFE NSW
From 1 January 2019, TAFE NSW started operating as one Registered Training Organisation (RTO) called TAFE NSW. This centralised model, referred to as One TAFE NSW, brought together 130 campuses across the state. The move is part of an exciting modernisation program allowing us to provide better results for our students and customers.
Learning for jobs and brighter futures
TAFE NSW stands proudly at the centre of the state's vocational education and training sector. As the leading skills provider in the state we have an important role to play in the post-pandemic economic recovery, delivering relevant, practical and creative training to grow the NSW economy and skill the workforce for the future.
As we work toward completing the modernisation reforms, we are guided by four strategic goals:
- Skill the State’s workforce of the future as the provider of choice
- Be a contemporary, commercial and sustainable business
- Serve our local communities
- Develop a customer-driven, proud and productive TAFE NSW team
The NSW Government's vision is for a modern TAFE NSW that provides high quality, industry-relevant training for the jobs of tomorrow.
Find out how we are delivering job ready workers, being a successful business, strengthening communities and growing our people.
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Benefits of change
Positive change will enable us to unlock and reinvest significant savings. In turn, this will help us to deliver a more cost-competitive product, making TAFE NSW courses accessible to more students in metropolitan and regional areas.
Further benefits of a more efficient, commercial and modernised TAFE NSW include:
- More convenient access through a network of training resources, including Centres of Excellence, Connected Learning Centres, modern campuses, and workplaces supported by technology and state-of-the-art facilities;
- contemporary student support services and user-friendly enrolment and management systems;
- refreshed, high-quality courses that connect job-ready graduates with industry and employers; and
- increased enrolments and revenue that can be reinvested into continual improvements.
From 1 January 2019, TAFE NSW started operating as one Registered Training Organisation (RTO) called ‘TAFE NSW’ with RTO code 90003 and the CRICOS provider number 00591E.