TAFE unlocks vocational career prospects for school leavers

NSW Government

TAFE NSW is scheduling more than 1700 information sessions for school leavers looking to explore their post-school pathway into a vocational career.

A plumber instructing an apprentice on the job

Potential students can attend the information sessions in person or online to learn more about the 1,000+ courses and recognised qualifications that don’t require an ATAR, from apprenticeships and traineeships to certificate, diploma, and degree options.

Minister for Skills and Training Alister Henskens said the information sessions will provide prospective students the opportunity to learn more about the innovative range of course options while connecting with industry-expert teachers.

“For real-world skills and a job that’s in demand, explore TAFE and learn more about how you can gain an edge over your job-seeking competitors,” Mr Henskens said.

“The NSW Government is funding a range of fee-free courses and training programs to help people get the skills they need for the jobs they want.”

Register for a TAFE NSW information session

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