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Premier Minns appoints Steve Whan as Minister for Skills, TAFE and Tertiary Education
The NSW Government has committed $93.5 million to hiring 1000 new apprentices and trainees.
NSW Training Awards Ambassadors visit Broken Hill to engage with students and explore their career aspirations.
Women claimed all individual student awards on offer at the 2023 NSW Training Awards. Mike Morrow reports.
NSW public school students from the Blacktown area got a taste of what it’s like to be an SES volunteer, thanks to the Educational Pathways Program. Duyen Nguyen reports.
The initiative aims to help young offenders skill up for work after custody. Leigh Mabin reports.
Clint Giddings travelled to WorldSkills National Championships with his team of NSW participants and with his vast skill was able to mentor and guide them to success.
The Educational Pathways VET Ambassadors are lighting up the path to success for remote students!
Oxley High students served more than 700 lunch packs and 300 cups of coffee and hot chocolate at the recent AgQuip Field Days. Kristi Pritchard-Owens reports.
Nimbin Central School students put their business and entrepreneurial skills to the fore by hosting a community market. Duyen Nguyen reports.
For the first time in at least eight years a TAFE NSW teacher has been appointed to join the TAFE NSW board.
The state’s best VET students competed at the national vocational education championships in Melbourne, winning a swag of medals. Duyen Nguyen reports.