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Five TasTAFE-trained apprentices and former apprentices have won medals, including three gold medals, at Australia’s biggest vocational skills competition.
TasTAFE Screen and Media students have won two awards in Wide Angle Tasmania’s 48 Hours Challenge.
Two TasTAFE-trained apprentices were recognised at the Master Builders Tasmania Awards for Excellence on Saturday night (9 October).
A TasTAFE horticulture course is helping migrants and humanitarian entrants gain the skills for employment.
Today (30 September) the Tasmanian Government released draft legislation relating to TasTAFE for public consultation.
TasTAFE staff and students have been recognised with three awards at the Study Tasmania International Education Awards.
Congratulations to the six TasTAFE trained students who were recognised with Tasmanian Training Awards on Friday 10 September.
If you are keen to continue studying in 2022, TasTAFE is helping Year 12 leavers continue on a vocational pathway.
Ben is currently in Perth, WA competing in the WorldSkills National Championships as part of an eight-strong Tasmanian team of apprentices and former apprentices, all trained at TasTAFE.
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.