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    Best time to be a tradie

    Employment prospects remain high for apprentices and trainees, despite a downturn in other sectors of tertiary education.

    15 July 2015

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    East meets west, as TAFE Western collaborates with China

    TAFE Western staff has partnered with the Australian Chamber of Commerce's Shanghai office to increase Australian/ Chinese engagement.

    15 July 2015

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    Coffee, with a slice of social justice at Café Y

    CAFE Y at Menai, run by Project Youth, works with TAFE NSW to provide training and employment for young people who need extra support getting back on their feet and into the workforce.

    10 July 2015

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    Women make a mark in trades

    TAFE NSW students are all about quality training…and smashing stereotypes!

    07 July 2015

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    TAFE NSW fashion students set sights on China

    St George college fashion design students had the opportunity for a fantastic cultural exchange, at a recent study tour to China. Organised by TAFE NSW, the global excursion was a chance to get a glimpse behind the scenes on how manufacturers operate, giving students direct insight into the operation of factories and textiles shows on a grand scale.

    26 June 2015

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    Mudgee TAFE support the homeless

    A group of Skills for Employment and Education (SEE) Program students at Mudgee TAFE students raised $6800 for the region's homeless at an art auction.

    24 June 2015

  • Illawarra Institute new carpentry workshop unveiled

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    Illawarra Institute new carpentry workshop unveiled

    Member for Monaro and Minister for Skills, John Barilaro and TAFE NSW Illawarra institute director Dianne Murray unveiled Cooma TAFE's new purpose built carpentry training facility.

    24 June 2015

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    Aspiring chef wins apprentice of the year

    Aspiring St George chef, Matthew Wills, 20, of Peakhurst, won the top prize of apprentice of the year at a TAFE awards ceremony recognising excellence in the next generation of industry leaders.

    23 June 2015

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    Sick beats at Sydney TAFE

    Sydney TAFE is home to sick beats, giving students the skills in remixing, sampling, synthesis, time warping, recording vocals and song structures so that students can create legendary records in whatever genre they want.

    22 June 2015

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    TAFE Western teaches Wiradjuri language online

    TAFE Western Yarradamarra Centre head teacher Connie Ah See officially launched the Certificate I Aboriginal Languages course in Dubbo this week, bringing the traditional language of the Wiradjuri people to a new generation of students interested in connecting to this community and history.

    22 June 2015

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    New chair of TAFE board appointed

    Minister for Skills John Barilaro today announced the appointment of Mr Terry Charlton as Chair of the NSW TAFE Commission Board.

    19 June 2015

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    New technology hub at Wetherill Park

    South Western Sydney Institute's (TAFE SWSi) Wetherill Park College will be the home of a brand spanking new technology hub that will be officially open for business next year.

    18 June 2015