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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.
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.
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.
TasTAFE is helping to train young job seekers for work in the civil construction and transport and logistics sectors as part of a new youth employment program run by Colony 47.
Construction is underway on TasTAFE’s $21 million Water and Energy Trades Centre at Clarence Campus.
Are you a young Tasmanian who has been impacted by cancer and could use some financial support for post-secondary study?
A new TasTAFE training program will help ensure Tasmania has a skilled workforce to support the state’s major energy projects such as Project Marinus and Battery of the Nation.
Students Against Racism, made up of current and former TasTAFE students, have been recognised with an award for the significant contribution they make to the community.
A TasTAFE Drysdale student has won a silver medal in a national competition for apprentice chefs.
A TasTAFE Drysdale Cookery student has been recognised as an emerging leader in the hospitality industry with a national award.
An ICT student studying web-based technologies at TasTAFE has won an award recognising commitment to study and a strong contribution to the community.
When it comes to choosing a career pathway, there are many things to consider. Training or study are the first step for many successful careers – but it’s important to know if your chosen pathway has enough job opportunities before you get started.
Five TasTAFE-trained apprentices and former apprentices have won medals, including three gold medals, at Australia’s biggest vocational skills competition.