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GOTAFE making education accessible with Mobile Campus
Jobseekers in regional and remote Victorian communities will now have better access to training and career counselling, as GOTAFE hits the road in a repurposed semi-trailer thanks to the State Government.
GOTAFE secures a bright future for regional training
GOTAFE is proud to share that our registration has been confirmed for a further seven years, the maximum term that any training organisation can achieve.
New GOTAFE appointment strengthens education strategy and delivery
GOTAFE has appointed Kristie O’Brien as Executive Director, Education after a competitive recruiting process.
GOTAFE welcomes the local community to new Seymour Campus
GOTAFE’s newly redeveloped Seymour Campus will be open to the public on Saturday 4 June for a Family Fun Day.
Innovative training partnership between GOTAFE and SPC is securing futures
GOTAFE and SPC are excited to announce a region-first strategic partnership to secure the future success and sustainability of the Goulburn Valley’s vital food manufacturing and agriculture industries.
GOTAFE supporting women in trades
The Victorian State Government recently announced a new Women in Apprenticeships fund, which seeks to remove the barriers faced by women wanting to start a rewarding career in traditionally male-dominated trades like plumbing, electrical and aviation.
Four new Free TAFE courses added as part of regional Victoria's COVID-19 recovery
GOTAFE will be ready to welcome hundreds of new students as State Government has reconfirmed their commitment to Free TAFE, funding scores of Free TAFE courses across the state.
GOTAFE Cyber Security students shows WorldSkills they can hack the pressure
Apprentices, trainees and students from all over Australia will showcase their talents and represent their industries at the 2021 WorldSkills Australia National Championships and Skills Show.