The power of VET for First Australians – TAFE Queensland

Vocational education and training has a key role to play in achieving a united Australia. VET is incredibly important in connecting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students and apprentices with their communities, local industry and government agencies to provide pathways to real jobs.*

Training helps connect students to country – TasTAFE

Djuker Willis-Hart, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Student of the Year at the 2019 Tasmanian Training Awards, is now an indigenous tour guide with wukalina walk, an Aboriginal owned and operated guided walk in North East Tasmania, thanks to his Certificate III in Guiding at TasTAFE.

Year 13 Engaging with Aboriginal Children and Young People – a conversation

As part of Reconciliation Week, Saxon Phipps, Founder and Managing Director of Year13 talks to Truth Project facilitator Scott Wilson to learn about his experience of working with Australian youth and in particular Aboriginal children. Their conversation unpacks stories, questions and ideas on what it means to be #InThisTogether.

Student’s art decorates city – TAFE NSW

Artist and TAFE NSW student Alanna Shorter has launched her own business and her artworks are brightening up prominent Coffs Harbour locations such as Headspace, Fresh Dental Care, Coffs Hospital Mental Health Unit and Korora Lookout.