“My TAFE NSW courses taught me how to be a barista and gain extra skills like rostering, stock taking, ordering and also becoming a team leader which I use every day in my job at the zoo."
“I’d absolutely recommend these services to anyone. While they may be students, they are always extremely professional and the teachers are always closely supervising, meaning the quality is also very good."
“It would be a dream come true if I got the chance to represent Australia overseas, I’ve always wanted to compete in WorldSkills since high school. If I was to get that far, I would not only be very proud of myself but make my family and employer, Luke Cross Engineering and Rigging, very proud of my achievements.”
“Belinda continues to demonstrate outstanding skills and knowledge of the aged care sector, while Cody’s dedication to his studies was outstanding as he strived to reach his dream of becoming a builder. I believe both Belinda and Cody are deserving winners of these prestigious awards and have bright futures ahead of them.”
“The NSW Government’s modernisation of TAFE NSW is all about initiatives like this, which will improve TAFE NSW’s connection with industry, improve education outcomes for students and enable TAFE NSW to do the heavy lifting in terms of training the State’s future workers.”
“I use the skills I am developing every day at work (Dahab Café) and I believe I’m only able to do my job because of what I have learnt and continue to learn at TAFE NSW."
“I really enjoyed being able to study with my Mum, TAFE NSW provides a friendly environment which allows you to learn and mix with people of different ages."
Roxanne Streatfield said enrolments were now open for courses on Microsoft products that employers recognise at TAFE NSW, including Intermediate Excel, Intermediate Word and a Statement of Attainment in Advanced Skills in Microsoft Applications.
“Thanks to TAFE NSW, I was able to travel a short distance to the Coonabrabran Connected Learning Centre and connect easily by video conference with my teachers and other students at TAFE NSW Dubbo,” she said.
“We experienced a significant increase in interest and enrolments in the Certificate II in Agriculture course. This is because this is a massive growth area and there’s a skills shortage in agriculture right across NSW."