Important updates regarding COVID-19. Find out more
If you are keen to continue studying in 2022, TasTAFE is helping Year 12 leavers continue on a vocational pathway.
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.
Best of luck to the eight TasTAFE-trained apprentices and former apprentices who will represent Tasmania at the WorldSkills National Championships in Perth, Western Australia from 26-28 August.
Congratulations to 2021 Tasmanian Training Awards finalists
On Sunday 11 July 2021, the Minister for Skills, Training and Workforce Growth, Sarah Courtney, launched the Agriskills Entry Program for 2021. This follows the successful initiative developed in 2020 in conjunction with Fruit Growers Tasmania, to help build Tasmania’s fruit growing, vegetable, livestock and dairy workforces.
Are you interested in helping others learn English? Do you have some spare time on weekdays?
TasTAFE is seeking people who would like to become volunteer language tutors for migrants in Hobart.
The scholarship was established by Royal Flying Doctor Service Tasmania in 2006 and gives recipients the opportunity to further their workplace skills by providing an experience of living in remote Australia and working there with the Royal Flying Doctors Service (RFDS).
The new TasTAFE Drysdale training facility at Claremont College is officially open!
Meeting a female plumbing apprentice at a TasTAFE Apprenticeship Night inspired Jenn Eiszele to think about plumbing as a career. She’s now gained an apprenticeship and says plumbing is the perfect job for her.
On Monday May 17, the TasTAFE Rainbow Action Group held events for International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia, Interphobia and Transphobia (IDAHOBIT) Day, at campuses around the state. Staff and students came together to raise awareness, and challenge prejudice and discrimination, against the LGBTIQ+ community.
TasTAFE Diploma of Nursing student, Michelle Gillett’s dedication to nursing is obvious. She’s already working in three causal positions at Burnie’s North-West Regional Hospital (NWRH) while juggling her Diploma studies.
Just over a year ago Max Beattie was on a gap year working as a receptionist, now he’s found a new career as an apprentice plumber and says it's better than any office job.