The funding, from the Labor Government’s $320 million TAFE Rescue Fund, is a boost for vital programs that support disadvantaged locals to access training and support, including its Literacy and Numeracy support program. Read more
This Centre is one of a network of Skills & Jobs Centres currently under development at TAFE’s across the state including Wangaratta and Wodonga in the North East. Each of the centres are tailored to meet the needs of their local communities and industries, with coordinated, intensive support services. Read more
A new report released by the National Centre for Vocational Education Research indicates the number of people commencing Apprenticeships has slumped by almost 20 per cent over the past year.
“Apprenticeships are declining across many of our vital industries,” explained GOTAFE Commercial Manager for Automotive and Engineering, Brett Ambrosio. Read more
GOTAFE Hairdressing students are set to compete in the regional qualifier of the WorldSkills Competition this week.
WorldSkills Competition is the biggest vocational education and skills excellence event in the world, held every two years, bringing together the best young people from across the world aged under 23 years. Read more
John Mason won the major award for Outstanding Apprentice for the North East Region, while Nicholas Bateman claimed the Employer Nominated Award. Read more
GOTAFE’s National Centre for Dairy Education (NCDE) are set to welcome industry delegates from across the country at this week’s Australian Dairy Conference.
Held at Shepparton’s Eastbank Centre, the two day conference will see 300 dairy farmers, scientists and industry leaders discuss the future of the industry during a range of seminars. Read more
The Baking Show is celebrating a landmark tenth year in Shepparton and has now outgrown its previous location, the GOTAFE Fryers Street Campus Baking Facility. This year, the McIntosh Centre at the Shepparton Showgrounds will be transformed into a hub of flour and yeast for the very first time. Read more
GOTAFE’s National Centre for Dairy Education will play host to a contingent of Vietnamese cheesemakers next week at the GOTAFE Werribee Campus.
The six representatives from TH Milk Joint Stock Company, Brenntag Vietnam Ltd and Chr-Hansen will join a three day practical cheesemaking course. The group has been sponsored by Chr-Hansen, an international starter culture supplier for the dairy industry.
If you are still not sure what you want to do after VCE, why not consider studying with GOTAFE? Get job-ready skills for employment or choose a course that can give you credit points into the University degree of your choice.
GOTAFE offers hundreds of nationally recognised courses and provides students with practical hands-on skills, designed to allow students to follow their passion and increase their employability. Read more