Rebuild With TAFE
No contest: the decade they killed TAFEMarch 18, 2022
Although a new agreement has not been finalised, all Australian governments indicated support for “a viable and robust system of public, private and notfor- profit providers, with contestability in VET (vocational education and training) markets, to ensure high-quality training and student choice” in a 2020 heads of government agreement.
To say this has been a challenging term would be an incredible understatementMarch 07, 2022
Our greatest remedy remains the support we find in our collective, looking after one another in the face of a government that is totally out of touch with our schools and TAFE colleges
Hawkesbury protests closure of TAFE equine coursesFebruary 14, 2022
Members of Hawkesbury’s equine community rallied outside Richmond TAFE on 11 February to protest the proposed closure of equine courses at the campus.
TAFEs in by-election seats hit by enrolment glitches, cutsFebruary 08, 2022
Students attempting to enrol in TAFE courses in the state by-election seats of Bega and Monaro have been besieged by problems, battling online glitches while courses have been cut.
TAFE members angry at enrolment debacleFebruary 01, 2022
As the NSW Government continues to cut TAFE teacher and support staff jobs, it is now stopping thousands of TAFE students enrolling in courses to start this month.
TAFE Rally highlights plight of part-time casual teachersNovember 23, 2021
The NSW Teachers Federation held a rally outside Wentworth Falls TAFE on 18 November as part of the Australian Unions, Secure Jobs, Worth Fighting For Campaign.
TAFE agreement sealed: let’s prepare for the nextOctober 29, 2021
While TAFE enterprise agreements came into effect this week, collectively we have plenty of work ahead of us to ensure our members, and their students, are part of the best public vocational education system possible.
Government denies permanent work to long-term TAFE teachersSeptember 30, 2021
Long-awaited changes to casual employment laws should have been a game-changer for thousands of long-term, part-time casual TAFE teachers, but they were stunningly snubbed by a NSW Government decision this week.
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