Julianne Jarrett and Kurt Beahan have always been passionate about their community and now they’re focussing their energy on enhancing the education and training opportunities for the people of Orange and the Central West in their new roles at TAFE NSW.
Ms Jarrett (Anson Street and Forest Road) and Mr Beahan (March Street) are the new TAFE Service Coordinators at TAFE NSW Orange and are thrilled to be working with the community and industry in such a vibrant city to help produce exciting pathways to success.
“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’m driven to listen and find out what the particular needs are in the areas of education and training and what TAFE NSW can do, to help close this gap.”
Mr Beahan previously worked as a Program Manager for the Aboriginal OOHC program at Barnardos Australia and said he was looking forward to working with the Orange community to help deliver a range of courses at TAFE NSW.
“I’m very excited to move back into a role which has a heavy focus on community engagement and, in particular, promoting education and training,” he said.
“I feel privileged to be appointed to this position in such a wonderful city and feel I am the right person to deliver outstanding results for the community and TAFE NSW.”
Ms Jarrett added: “TAFE NSW Orange has a range of courses available for enrolment now ranging from certificates to diplomas in the areas of carpentry, painting and decorating, electrotechnology, civil engineering, agriculture, animal studies and many more.
“I encourage the community to reach out and make the most of the variety of training opportunities available to them right here at TAFE NSW Orange.”
For information, visit www.tafensw.edu.au or phone 131 601.