TAFE is up to the taskApril 07, 2020
TAFE is part of the NSW Government’s strategy to rebound from the economic slump that has accompanied the COVID-19 pandemic — offering 21 fee-free, accredited, online TAFE short courses to reskill job seekers and workers.
TAFE lessons halted; teachers to prepare for new delivery modesMarch 30, 2020
TAFE NSW has suspended training and educational delivery from Monday, 30 March, until the start of term 2 in response to the threat of coronavirus (COVID-19).
Support to deal with complaintsMarch 12, 2020
Federation has recently received a number of inquiries from members seeking support in relation to complaints against teachers in TAFE.
Classes in disarray amid fire clean-upMarch 10, 2020
As communities on the NSW South Coast continue the clean-up effort after the destructive bushfires, TAFE courses are in disarray with enrolments down and classes cancelled.
Bathurst course revs up motorsport careersMarch 07, 2020
TAFE automotive students were put on a fast track to a motorsport career as part of a short course during the Bathurst 12-Hour event at Mt Panorama earlier this term.
TAFE review must restore key fundingMarch 07, 2020
Federation will highlight the failed privatisation policies of successive state and federal governments during the NSW Government’s review of the vocational education and training system.
Signatures demand rethink on trades centre locationFebruary 18, 2020
Federation members and Bega locals are calling for a moratorium on the construction of a TAFE trades centre.
Wrong site for Bega campusDecember 15, 2019
Minister for Skills and Tertiary Education Geoff Lee has chosen the wrong location for the Bega TAFE construction project.
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