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Soroptimist International of Devonport and TasTAFE are offering three $500 scholarships

Soroptimist International of Devonport and TasTAFE are providing three $500 scholarships to female students currently studying at the Devonport Campus. The recipients must be able to demonstrate a determination to succeed in their studies. The scholarships may be used to support the cost of the course, text books/materials or subscriptions/memberships. Application forms are available on campus …

Soroptimist International of Devonport and TasTAFE are offering three $500 scholarships

Automotive apprentices benefit from engine donation

Automotive apprentices at our Alanvale campus will have the opportunity to see how an authentic Harley engine ticks thanks to a generous donation from Richardson’s Harley-Davidson. Simon and Adam from Richardson’s Harley Davidson presented the 2014 model, Twin Cam 103 cubic inch engine to two very happy teachers, Adrian and Mark, last week. Our Automotive …

Automotive apprentices benefit from engine donation

TasTAFE IT courses offer work placements with leading IT company

TasTAFE IT students will again have the opportunity to gain work experience at one of Australia’s leading IT solutions companies as part of Certificate IV courses starting soon. A 14- week work placement at DXC Technology’s Customer Support Centre of Excellence in Hobart is a key component of TasTAFE’s Hobart-based Certificate IV in Information Technology …

TasTAFE IT courses offer work placements with leading IT company

Local charities benefit from Client Services South’s fundraising efforts

A volunteer-led charity which provides mobile washing machines for people in need will benefit from the fundraising efforts of TasTAFE’s Client Services South staff. The staff, based at Campbell Street and Clarence Campuses, have raised more than $4700 this year for Orange Sky laundry which washes clothes for people without a roof over their heads. …

Local charities benefit from Client Services South’s fundraising efforts

Tasmania’s best apprentices test their skills at WorldSkills regional competitions

Some of Tasmania’s best Metals Trades apprentices are among hundreds of apprentices who have challenged themselves and tested their skills at the recent WorldSkills Australia regional competitions hosted at TasTAFE campuses throughout Tasmania. The Metals and Engineering section, held on 20 October and 26 October, consisted of three competitions – Turning held at TasTAFE’s Bender …

Tasmania’s best apprentices test their skills at WorldSkills regional competitions

Freer Farm hosts Japanese farmers

TasTAFE is helping young Japanese farmers gain practical experience and training in Tasmanian farming practices as part of an MOU between the State Government, TasTAFE and Japanese Agriculture (JA) Biei. Starting this week, until 15 December, TasTAFE’s Freer Farm in Burnie will become a training-base for four of JA Biei’s young farmers during the Japanese …

Freer Farm hosts Japanese farmers

Training the next generation in the dangers of asbestos

TasTAFE training is helping keep the next generation safe from the dangers of asbestos. Proper training is the key to saving lives and preventing asbestos-related diseases and TasTAFE has shown a long-term commitment to training apprentices and individuals in this area. Over the past two years TasTAFE has delivered asbetsos-related training to almost 2000 apprentices …

Training the next generation in the dangers of asbestos

Accounting student recognised for dedication to study and the community

A TasTAFE Accounting student who volunteers as a Korean language teacher has won an annual award which recognises an international student’s dedication to study and contribution to the community. TasTAFE Interim CEO, Mark Sayer, today presented Eunju Jeong, 21 (pictured second from left in traditional Korean dress), with the Ueno Award at TasTAFE’s Drysdale North Campus …

Accounting student recognised for dedication to study and the community

North-West students collaborate to develop mental health resources

More than 100 North West college and TasTAFE students have joined forces to develop new mental health resources for young people. TasTAFE Student and Teacher Support manager, Christine McCristal, said the resources, launched on 1 November,  formed an integral part of the Working Well, Living Well project which aims to normalise mental health and reduce the …

North-West students collaborate to develop mental health resources

What’s After Year 12? Information Sessions

TasTAFE is giving parents of Year 12 leavers the opportunity to find out more about what vocational education and training has to offer their children at a series of state-wide ‘Parent Evenings’. It’s approaching the time of year when Year 12 leavers are looking forward to the next chapter in their lives. This can be …

What’s After Year 12? Information Sessions