TasTAFE is on the lookout for new volunteer English tutors for migrant students.
A new pilot program will see TasTAFE working more closely with regional employers and communities to meet local training needs.
TasTAFE apprentices and former apprentices have excelled at the WorldSkills Australia National Championships, bringing home a five-medal haul.
Tasmania’s civil construction workforce continues to grow, with another round of graduates recently completing the High-Vis Army Civil Construction Pre-Employment Program in Burnie.
21 Tasmanian industry specialists have recently begun their journey with TasTAFE to become fully qualified trainers. The Developing Industry Trainers Program is allowing industry experts in their field to learn the skills they need and be supported through a fully funded pathway to completing a Certificate IV in Training and Assessment.
This week more than 50 of our talented hairdressing students competed in the 11th annual competitions at Alanvale.
Congratulations to all of the TasTAFE students who have been selected as finalists for the 2023 Tasmanian Training Awards!
Future Energy Skills (FES) and TasTAFE are collaborating to upskill Tasmanian trainers in the delivery of solar PV and battery systems training.
To mark NAIDOC Week, four of our campuses were treated to special events coordinated by our Aboriginal Support Officers to inform, educate and celebrate with our staff.
Congratulations to TasTAFE trained glazing apprentice Bailey Jordan who was named Tasmanian Apprentice of the Year at the Australian Glass and Window Association’s (AGWA) state awards on Friday night.
Djuker Willis-Hart is a proud First Nations man who is using his experience and expertise as a walking guide to help his peers in his community build their own careers.
TasTAFE and Tasmanian Minerals, Manufacturing and Energy Council Limited (TMEC) are joining forces to bolster Tasmania’s manufacturing, energy and mining sectors.
TasTAFE recently co-designed a program to give 12 King Island District High School students a crash course in tourism and hospitality.
Two young Tasmanians have turned a Fee Free TAFE course into a new career.
TasTAFE Bakery Apprentice Bjarke Svendsgaard recently took out first prize at the LA Judge Award in Sydney.