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TasTAFE’s Water and Energy Trades Centre of Excellence is being developed in collaboration with industry partners like TasNetworks, who were hosted at the site by TasTAFE representatives Steve Cleary, Sue Ashlin and Matthew Dance.
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Congratulations to all of theTasTAFE students who have been selected as finalists for the 2022 Tasmanian Training Awards!
As construction on the Water and Energy Trades Centre of Excellence (WET Centre) progresses quickly, TasTAFE is continuing to engage industry partners to ensure the facility will give apprentices access to modern equipment and an industry-authentic learning experience.
TasTAFE Adult Migrant English Program (AMEP) students recently completed an Employment Orientation Program which included work experience placements across many different businesses and community organisations in Tasmania.
TasTAFE is proud to be part of an initiative designed to support women working in electrotechnology in Tasmania.
Metals and manufacturing teachers are being supported to upskill through a partnership established by TasTAFE with the Tasmanian Minerals, Manufacturing and Energy Council (TMEC).
Keystone Tasmania and TasTAFE are joining forces to support growth in Tasmania’s building and construction industry.
A TasTAFE Drysdale second-year apprentice baker has taken out the silver medal at the LA Judge Award for apprentice bakers in Sydney.
The University of Tasmania and TasTAFE are working together to better serve agriculture in Tasmania, helping the industry create more jobs and more value for the State.
The $5 million Agricultural Training Centre of Excellence at TasTAFE’s Freer Farm in Burnie will train people for employment in the sector and support farmers to up-skill.
The project aims to support employers interested in employing more women into trade industries through a 12-month cultural change program.
Construction on TasTAFE’s Water and Energy Trades Centre of Excellence at Clarence Campus hit a significant milestone last week with the concrete slab for the building being poured.
TasTAFE and Master Builders Tasmania have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to support growth and productivity in the building and construction sector through training.
Are you interested in helping migrants learn English? Do you have some spare time on weekdays?
TasTAFE is seeking people who would like to become volunteer language tutors for eligible migrants in Hobart, with the next six-week tutor training beginning on 30 May, 2022.