The TAFE Immersive Learning Network (TILN) has been established to assist in the alignment and implementation of AR/VR technologies that create enhanced simulation and learning environments for students on campus, in workplaces and online. Current priorities of TILN include: Create and maintain a catalogue to share vetted software / hardware / infrastructure suppliers Development of […]
The Elite Athlete TAFE Network (EATN) is part of the Australian Institute of Sport’s (AIS) Career and Education, one of five programs within the AIS’ approach to Athlete Wellbeing and Engagement. TDA member TAFEs and dual sector universities support the AIS’ vision for athlete wellbeing and engagement so high performing athletes can learn, thrive and contribute to the […]
From time to time TDA will stand up other networks to deliver a specific purpose. In 2022-2023 TDA has a focus on product sharing and collaboration. There are three TDA networks currently collaborating on Assessment Templates, RPL and a Shared Catalogue of products developed and in development. For more information email email@example.com TAFE Australia Shared […]
TAFETalks: Apprenticeships Part 1: Innovation, Collaboration and Acceleration Gavin Lind’s slides are available to view here. Michelle Hoad’s slides are available to view here. We would be grateful if you could spare 3 minutes of your time to share your anonymous feedback on the webinar. This will help to inform future events. Please click here to provide […]
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An all-girls Try A Trade program was recently held at TAFE SA’s Tonsley Campus giving participants the chance to explore trades traditionally dominated by males.
Meeting a female plumbing apprentice at a TasTAFE Apprenticeship Night inspired Jenn Eiszele to think about plumbing as a career.
TAFETalks: Apprenticeships Part 1: Innovation, Collaboration and Acceleration – 17 November at 2pm AEDT
Please join TDA on 17 November for a discussion with Dr Gavin Lind and Ms Michelle Hoad on innovation, collaboration and acceleration in apprenticeships
Developing a skilled workforce for the renewable energy sector plays a very important role for the Canberra Institute of Technology (CIT) as the sector continues to evolve.
South West TAFE Institute has been working with Deakin University and its partner Hycel on several exciting hydrogen energy projects.