TasTAFE is going Fee-Free in 2023! Places are available in a range of courses. Apply now
Agriculture students will soon be able to train in new state of the art facilities, with construction of TasTAFE’s Agricultural Training Centre of Excellence nearing completion.
This page provides information on the COVID-19 safety measures being followed to keep the TasTAFE community safe. Urgent COVID-19 impacts to TasTAFE will also be shown on this page.
Vineyard manager Jordan Holliday says completing TasTAFE’s Horticulture Supervisor Training has helped him gain new skills and become more organised at work.
TasTAFE is excited to announce applications are now open for fee-free TAFE places. Qualifications and short courses are available in a range of industries including aged care, agriculture, childcare, IT and hospitality and tourism.
TasTAFE and Civil Contractors Federation (CCF) Tasmania have come together to train future members of Tasmania’s civil construction industry.
Following seven years in a career in marketing, Emma Bennett realised that the business her and her husband manage, and they had bought into had grown to the point where they really needed their own Human Resources Manager.
As part of TasTAFE’s SKILL UP no-fee course initiative, TasTAFE has worked with Tasmanian Minerals, Manufacturing and Energy Council (TMEC) and key industry stakeholders to deliver a new, free metals and manufacturing short course in Launceston and Burnie.
A TasTAFE nursing student who has shown determination to overcome learning barriers has won an award recognising her commitment to study and her strong contribution to campus and community life.
TasTAFE and the Migrant Resource Centre Northern Tas have teamed up to help migrants in Northern Tasmania gain jobs in the construction sector.
The Tasmanian Automotive Chamber of Commerce is working with TasTAFE to deliver a nationally accredited course to ensure the safety of automotive industry personnel working on battery electric vehicles (BEV).
And that’s a wrap! Over the past few weeks we’ve travelled across Tasmania to launch our ambitious new strategic plan called Reimagining TasTAFE.
The Multicultural Council of Tasmania (MCOT) and TasTAFE are partnering in a new program to increase diversity in leadership roles in Tasmanian workplaces.
A former TasTAFE student has been called upon to assist in Tasmania’s largest ever transport infrastructure project.
TasTAFE CEO Grant Dreher recently hosted NECA Victoria RTO CEO Gideon Perrott and NECA Education and Careers Tasmania General Manager Garry Vidler on a tour of the new Water and Energy Trades Centre of Excellence at TasTAFE’s Clarence Campus.
Fleur Broadhurst was named the Vocational Student of the Year at the 2022 Tasmanian Training Awards.