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Short courses to put you on a new path
If you're looking to take your career in a new direction, a short course at TAFE NSW is the speedy way to get you heading towards your goal. Gain confidence, explore new passions or even start your own business – the choice is yours.
If you don't see the course you need to help you achieve your next goal below, give us a call and we'll help you find the best option.
- Working in Early Childhood
Develop knowledge and skills in working with children within an early childhood setting.
- Cyber Security
Learn all about tactics, techniques and procedures in catching those cyber criminals
- Food Handling & Food Safety
Smell success and serve yourself up a healthy career with short courses in food safety and food handling.
This course will get you behind the bar in no time. Start your new career in hotels, bars and resorts today.
- Responsible Conduct of Gambling
Roll in a new direction with an exciting career in the fast-paced casino and gaming industry.
- Hair & Beauty
Unleash your inner goddess with one of our Hair & Beauty short courses.
Learn the skills required to work in administrative and clerical positions in a medical office environment.
Australians love a good coffee. Learn how to brew up a good cuppa with one of our short courses.
Make the cut and learn the skills to launch your own barbershop.
Spark up a new career and be a specialist in demand with a short course in welding.
- Defence Preparation
Study online and gain the skills required for your Australian Defence Force application.
Testimonials and Why TAFE
Don't take our word for it
See what our students have to say about their time at TAFE NSW
I wasn’t really into the whole university atmosphere where everyone seems to be competing. At TAFE, everyone kinda helps each other. It’s much more supportive.
- Jesse Skinner, Bachelor of 3D Art and Animation
Coming to TAFE was a much better fit for me because I was really able to be one-on-one with teachers and it was a much more intimate learning environment, which really benefited me as a student.
- Olivia Groome, Bachelor of Design (Interior Design)