NSW Budget has no plan for TAFE growthJune 21, 2019
The meagre 3 per cent increase in spending on TAFE in Tuesday’s NSW Budget revealed the Berejiklian Government had no plans for any significant growth in public vocational education, Federation analysis of the documents reveal.
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.
Here's to centenary of activismJune 13, 2019
Councillors, Life Members and guests of the TAFE Teachers Association came together to celebrate 100 years of activism at the TAFE Teachers Association Centenary Anniversary AGM and dinner on 31 May.
Change the rules, change the nationApril 14, 2019
A strong showing is needed at May Day Change the Rules rallies to indicate to politicians that inequity will be an important issue for voters at the federal election.
A simple moral choice: some children or all children?April 11, 2019
As a nation, we can decide to give our teachers in public schools the resources they need for the task at hand or we continue to advantage those private schools that are over-funded.
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.
Your workplace contactsApril 08, 2019
Scott O’Connell traces his immersion in the union movement back to 10 weeks standing on a picket line outside the mine he worked for, as non-union workers were bussed in to do his job.
Vocational learning opportunities reduced for many under funding modelMarch 25, 2019
Data presented to a recent roundtable shows why government funding of the vocational education and training sector is best directed towards TAFE.