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Ranks to Recognition
TAFE NSW Ranks to Recognition works in partnerships with NSW Office for Veterans Affairs to assists Australian Defence Force (ADF) veterans and their spouses and partners to transition into the civilian workforce.
Ranks to Recognition offers a wraparound service including careers advice, skills assessment, credit transfer, recognition of prior learning (RPL) and training gap analysis to help identify the skills and knowledge acquired in the ADF, and the pathway to civilian qualifications.
Under NSW JobTrainer, veterans and their partners will have access to fee-free* training to help them gain skills in emerging Australian industries and help transition to civilian life after service. For more information and to check your eligibility, please visit https://education.nsw.gov.au/campaigns/jobtrainer
Veterans and their partners who enrol at TAFE NSW via the Ranks to Recognition program will have access to TAFE NSW support services, including counselling, disability services and study support to complete their qualification, equipping them with the skills they need to gain employment.
Veterans are encourage to visit the NSW Office for Veterans Affairs to find out about opportunities with the Veterans Employment Program (VEP).
VEP was developed to help veterans understand the NSW Government application process. An interactive Rank to Grade Guide was developed between ADF ranks and the NSW Government capability framework to assist veterans when choosing careers in NSW Government that align with their ADF skills.
For more information please check their webpage (https://www.vep.veterans.nsw.gov.au/veterans-education-program/) or call the Office for Veterans Affairs on 1300 838 233 or email email@example.com
Register your interest in Ranks to Recognition below or email firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more.
Interested in becoming a TAFE NSW teacher?
As a Registered Training Organisation TAFE NSW educators must meet ASQA’s standards.
To apply for a teaching role you must have:
- a nationally recognised qualification in the discipline in which you want to teach
- between three and five years industry experience (depending on the industry)
- a relevant education qualification
- Share your knowledge and skills to develop the future workforce
- Enjoy a career change
- Benefit from a good salary
- Excellent conditions and work/life balance
- Take pride in student achievements and outcomes
- Varied educational career path
Your Day to Day
- Teach students face-to-face in classrooms and online
- Support students 1:1
- Issue, mark and provide feedback on assessments
- Student administration, including marking rolls and recording results
- Maintain relationships with local industry and employers
- Stay current with industry practice