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Year 9 students get a taste of future careers

More than 750 Year 9 students got a taste of future career options on Friday (9 August) when we hosted Creating My Career at TasTAFE’s Clarence Campus. Our teachers, plus teachers from the University of Tasmania and industry representatives shared their skills and knowledge across 17 cluster areas including construction, hair and beauty, IT,  engineering, early …

Year 9 students get a taste of future careers

Cabinetmakers with a TasTAFE connection gearing up for WorldSkills International Competition

Two cabinetmakers with a TasTAFE connection are gearing up to  represent Australia at the world’s largest skills competition. in Russia later this month Ulverstone Cabinetmaker, Joshua Boon, and his training manager, TasTAFE teacher, Jai Maluga, have built 20 test projects, each taking 22 hours to complete over 80 days, to prepare for the 45th WorldSkills International …

Cabinetmakers with a TasTAFE connection gearing up for WorldSkills International Competition

Partnership gives migrant students a taste of the trades

Students from TasTAFE’s Young Migrant Education Program have had a taste of what it takes to be a tradie this week thanks to a partnership between two TasTAFE teams. The Construction and Allied Trades and English Languages Services teams worked together to organise a trades taster for migrant students at our Clarence Campus workshops. The …

Partnership gives migrant students a taste of the trades

Partnership with TMEC provides specialised training for metals teachers

Eight TasTAFE Metals teachers recently had the opportunity undergo training in specialised welding techniques as part of a partnership between the Tasmanian Minerals, Manufacturing and Energy Council (TMEC) and TasTAFE. The training, conducted by Weld Australia at TMEC’s Advanced Welder Centre in Burnie, focused on welding according to the latest industry standards and installation and …

Partnership with TMEC provides specialised training for metals teachers

TasTAFE-trained glazier named AWA-AGGA Tasmanian Apprentice of the Year.

Congratulations to TasTAFE-trained glazier, Dylan Johnson who has been named the Australian Window Association and Australian Glass and Glazing Association’s 2019 Tasmanian Apprentice of the Year. Dylan completed his Certificate III in Glass and Glazing at TasTAFE with teachers Colin Lush and Scott Luttrell, who nominated him for the award in conjunction with his employer, …

TasTAFE-trained glazier named AWA-AGGA Tasmanian Apprentice of the Year.

TasTAFE Hairdressing apprentice recognised for outstanding commitment

A TasTAFE-trained hairdressing apprentice has been recognised for his outstanding commitment and perseverance with a $500 scholarship. Callum Oxley, who works at Imola salon in Hobart , was presented with the Sophie Bobbi Memorial Award at a ceremony at TasTAFE’s Campbell Street Campus recently. The Sophie Bobbi Memorial Award is a bursary provided by Sophie’s …

TasTAFE Hairdressing apprentice recognised for outstanding commitment

TasTAFE-trained cabinetmaker to represent Australia at world’s largest skills competition

A TasTAFE- trained cabinetmaker has been selected to represent Australia at the world’s largest skills competition, to be held in Kazan, Russia in August. Ulverstone’s Joshua Boon (pictured right) is one of 15 young Australians chosen as a WorldSkills Australia Skillaroo to compete against the best apprentices and trainees from around the world at the …

TasTAFE-trained cabinetmaker to represent Australia at world’s largest skills competition

ACS and TasTAFE launch Women in ICT Pathways Program

TasTAFE and the Australian Computer Society (ACS) have collaborated on a new pilot program to encourage more women in into Tasmania’s growing ICT industry. The Women in ICT Pathways Program is a 24-month pilot program supporting 36 students with training, mentoring and work placement. It was launched today by Minister for Science and Technology, Michael …

ACS and TasTAFE launch Women in ICT Pathways Program

Scholarships recognise contribution to Tasmania’s metals industry

Two stalwarts of Tasmania’s metals industry are being recognised for their commitment to apprentice training with a new scholarship named in their honour. The RH Purden and NP Saunders – Metal Industry Tasmania Scholarship will provide three $500 scholarships (one in each region of Tasmania) to TasTAFE apprentices studying Certificate III in Engineering – Mechanical …

Scholarships recognise contribution to Tasmania’s metals industry

Burnie City Council Education Bursary

Do you need assistance with study costs?   The Burnie City Council Education Bursary program will award $250 to a Burnie resident who is studying at our Burnie campus. Applicants must meet the below eligibility criteria: Live in the Burnie municipality Be enrolled at TasTAFE in 2019 Undertaking a full-time or part-time qualification (short courses and …

Burnie City Council Education Bursary