Management changes and compliance red tape hindering students and teachersAugust 24, 2019
The recent resignation of TAFE Managing Director Dr Caralee McLiesh just nine months after the previous Managing Director moved on has highlighted the problems facing TAFE, its students, teachers and communities.
Vocational education policy failureJune 13, 2019
For many years, Federation has warned all levels of government about the flaws in the private vocational education market.
Community concerns for Bega TAFEApril 09, 2019
Bega TAFE Federation members and the local community are still deeply concerned about plans to further build on the Bega Connected Learning Centre (CLC) site rather than the existing TAFE campus.
TAFE teachers deliver quality despite cutsDecember 07, 2018
TAFE NSW teachers continue to deliver high-quality vocational education despite a loss of $239.6 million compared with a loss of $51.3 million in 2017.
Clear message from Nowra TAFE forumNovember 13, 2018
In the federal electorate of Gilmore, attendees at a community forum had a strong message to send: a well-resourced and properly funded TAFE is vital in regional areas such as the Shoalhaven.
Morrison Government’s contestable funding has failedNovember 09, 2018
The announcement that NSW will be sending TAFE students to registered clubs to do their courses is further proof of the failed and damaging contestable funding policy of the federal and state governments.
Smart and Skilled is really “Dumb and Dumber”October 08, 2018
The resignation of TAFE Managing Director Jon Black and the appointment of an acting managing director has highlighted the fact the Smart and Skilled policy has failed.
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