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TAFE Western strengthens exciting Indian partnership (07 Feb 17)

“The trip was excellent – not only was it very enjoyable, we really felt we achieved a lot and built an even better relationship with Centurion University that will benefit students in India and Australia."

Exciting overseas learning opportunities for TAFE students (24 Jan 17)

“We are absolutely delighted to be able to offer these exhilarating, once-in-a-lifetime learning opportunities to TAFE Western students in western NSW."

TAFE Western Wellington College Information Day (24 Jan 17)

“Potential students can come and check out our facilities at the Wellington TAFE, chat with teachers and support staff and explore some exciting study options for 2017."

TAFE Western Cowra College Open Day (23 Jan 17)

“So if you finished school in 2016 and are looking for your next venture, would just like to improve your current skill set or want to explore a totally new and exciting career path, then come along - you never know what career you might find.”

Broken Hill College shows off exciting career options (17 Jan 17)

“Our administration and teaching staff will be joined by counsellors, disability consultants and Aboriginal support staff - as well as representatives from our teaching sections - ensuring that we can offer advice and options to everyone, no matter their age, ability or circumstances."

TAFE Western acknowledges that it stands on Aboriginal lands; recognises the strength, resilience and capacity of Aboriginal peoples; and respects Aboriginal Elders past and present.