“The reward of having a qualification before I finish school is enough to motivate me to keep managing my time effectively."
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.
“This popularity is driven by increasing industry demand, and because our students enjoy learning from industry experts. The fact that employers trust our training, which can lead to exciting, real-life employment prospects in areas such as administration and IT is also a telling factor."
“I was very excited to be nominated as a finalist, and to be the recipient of this award is truly an honour. I humbly accepted this award and dedicated it to my ancestors and to my children, for the struggles that have been before us and for the prospects that are yet to come.”
The 2017 TAFE Western Vocational Students of the Year are Kathleen Hevesi and Donna Fitzgerald.
“The program has come a long way since we first delivered it to a group of 15 TAFE NSW Automotive apprentices in March last year."
“Our administration staff will be joined by specialised Business, Nursing and IT teachers, as well as our TVET coordinator and disability support consultants, ensuring we can offer advice and options to everyone, no matter their age, ability or circumstances."
“We have more than 400 courses on offer across western NSW, meaning there’s something for everyone – no matter where you live, your skill level or your qualifications."
TAFE Western’s most outstanding staff for 2016 were recognised at the organisation’s prestigious Institute Director’s Awards last night.
“Michael demonstrated all of these qualities and many more during his time studying at TAFE Western. He was a valued team member, was well respected by his peers and an exceptional student, so is a very deserving winner of our most prestigious award.”