“She is a wonderful role model for all TAFE NSW staff and stakeholders in promoting respect and understanding for Aboriginal peoples and their culture and a thoroughly deserving recipient of this prestigious award.”
“We believe that traineeships are an ideal way to learn by combining essential theoretical concepts at TAFE NSW and the development of practical on-the-job skills at Towri MACS.”
“You really can’t go past enjoying cauliflower in all its glory and when buying it fresh and locally grown is an option, it gives you even more reason to give this recipe a go."
“I’m incredibly excited to be a part of this conference. Apart from anything it is a chance to be back on my ancestral country. I have deep Wiradjuri roots and many of my family come from around the Dubbo region."
“Developing and costing a menu and practicing different cooking techniques are just a couple of the skills that I have been able to fine tune at the TAFE NSW restaurant.”
“The kitchen and simulated restaurant is the perfect learning environment and has given me an insight into what it is like to work in a restaurant."
“Women’s Health Week serves as a timely reminder to start investing in your health and wellbeing and by following a few simple steps, you can create and maintain a healthy lifestyle.”
“The best part about this recipe is that it’s fun to make and, something that the entire family can do together. Most importantly – it tastes wickedly good!”
“It is a tremendous honour to represent TAFE NSW and I am really excited to meet with those who are actively engaged in this field either through research, program designers or those working one-on-one with youth."
“I have a real passion for helping the community, talking to people and making a difference and this role really appealed to me as it includes all of those things," Ms Jarrett said.
“I loved the help and resources that TAFE NSW provided me with throughout the duration of my traineeship and Certificate III in Business Administration. The knowledge and skills I have developed as a result, are priceless."
“Bangamalanha means ‘To share with each other’ and that’s exactly what this conference is all about – Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people gathering from across the country to work on strategies to bridge the gap Aboriginal peoples face when it comes to education, training and employment."
“I urgently need to upgrade my computer and this support will assist me with my studies and give me the motivation to keep going."
“This investment will enable TAFE NSW to provide more modern facilities for teaching and learning and will provide the people of Menindee with more accessible and relevant services to obtain the skills they need to get the jobs they want."
“I will never forget the practical skills I learnt from my rural placement at Bourke Hospital where I played an integral role in the delivery of a baby. Because it was a smaller hospital, I was able to spend a lot of time with a nurse assisting with patients - opportunities you wouldn’t get at larger hospitals."