Business and Information Communication Technology (ICT)
No matter where you are in life, or what study or career goals you may have for your future, TasTAFE has a qualification or training program that is right for you!
Business and Accounting
An Accounting qualification at TasTAFE will provide you with the skills and knowledge for a career in Accounts Administration, Bookkeeping or Accounting.
Rewarding career paths are open to finance students with many accounting professionals choosing to work in government departments, major corporations and small organisations. Pathways are offered from Certificate III through to Advanced Diploma level, with pathways also existing with the University of Tasmania for the Bachelor of Business (Accounting).
Business/Business Management is crucial across all business sectors and levels of industry, and can provide diverse career opportunities for anyone wanting to be part of, or manage, a team or a professional office.
A Business qualification at TasTAFE will provide you with the skills and knowledge you need to be competent in a wide range of contemporary business practices. Rewarding career paths are open to business students that include marketing, finance and accounting, management, human resources, work health and safety and office administration – just to name a few!
From big business to medium sized operations or small ‘mum and dad’ outfits in the suburbs, the skills you learn in business are highly transferable and can take you to any industry sector anywhere in the world. You could even become a business owner or entrepreneur!
A day in the life of a GETI/TasTAFE Business Studies Student, Jas
TasTAFE Accounting graduate success story – Meet Liuba
Information and Communication Technology (ICT)
A qualification in Information and Communication Technology (ICT) can offer you a wide range of exciting and challenging jobs that are not just confined to the Information Technology industry.
From banking to big business, construction and primary industries, manufacturing, entertainment, education, science, health and private sector enterprises, technology is advancing in leaps and bounds, and touches upon nearly every aspect of our daily lives.
Many ICT professionals choose to work in government departments, major corporations and small organisations specialising as network administrators, software developers or support technicians. But with most jobs today being either driven or affected by ICT in some way, the chances are if you gain employment in this industry, the job you will end up working in doesn’t even exist yet!
Whether you’re looking for a general IT course or something more specialised, TasTAFE offers a wide range of qualifications and study options.
Pathways are offered from Certificate II through to Advanced Diploma, with clear articulation arrangements through to the University of Tasmania. Whether you are retraining and updating your skills or developing skills for career entry, Information Communication Technology qualifications will provide a strong foundation for your new career.
Innovative ICT partnership creating training and employment opportunities
Training and Assessment
Develop the skills and knowledge needed to deliver training in an industry/specialised area and to conduct competency-based assessment. This qualification is designed for trainers who have responsibility for program development, delivery and assessment. You can choose to undertake the full qualification, an accredited skill set or an individual unit of interest. You can decide what suits your current workplace situation, and education and training needs. Apply now!
Work Health and Safety
Gain skills, qualifications and experience in this growth industry by undertaking one of the many WHS qualifications or short courses listed here and below. Our WHS program empowers you with qualifications, skills and experience to improve your career prospects, and help your organisation meet compliance and reduce risks, injuries and loss. You will learn how to improve your WHS management system, culture and performance, with positions as a Health and Safety Representative (HSR), inspector, WHS practitioner, manager/supervisor, or officer. You learn both strategic and operational WHS risk management from experienced WHS professionals, that will improve your workplace safety culture, reduce incidents and near misses, claims, and absenteeism. Our courses are at the forefront of industry trends, tackling emerging issues such as psychosocial and musculoskeletal risks. So prevent harm in your workplace by enrolling in a qualification or short course now. The courses are enjoyable, challenging but achievable.
We offer quality, flexibility and value, with our qualification fees now all government subsidised, cheaper, and catering for concession students. Our enrolments are open now and ongoing throughout the year. Whether you are working, or not or maybe seeking promotion, you can kick start your career and learn valuable skills for the workplace.
We offer flexible learning options, through scheduled workshops in the north and south, at your workplace by request, online or via distance. Our qualifications take 12-24 months to complete. You can complete the Certificate IV and Diploma in one year.
WHS Short Courses
Our WHS short courses are strongly regarded in industry, with opportunities to gain qualifications, network, share experiences and apply learnings back to your workplace.
“Studying at TasTAFE has really set me on a new path. I started at TasTAFE with a Certificate I course and am now doing a Certificate III in Business. I feel much more confident now in my ability to do something and achieve.” – Lydia, Certificate III in Business.
“Thanks to the qualifications I’ve acquired at TasTAFE, I’ve been able to begin my career in ICT and continue to progress through to Advanced Diploma while I’ve been working.” – William, Advanced Diploma Computer Systems Technology