Past student continues as mentor and TasTAFE supporter – TasTAFE

Djuker Willis-Hart is a proud First Nations man who is using his experience and expertise as a walking guide to help his peers in his community build their own careers.
A guide by trade and a guide by nature, Djuker is a living example of this year’s theme for Reconciliation Week: ‘Be a Voice for Generations”.

Refreshing new career – TAFE Queensland

Refrigeration technician Jennah Halley is making her mark in a male-dominated industry. Jennah, a proud Aboriginal woman, accidentally fell in love with her trade. What began by helping her brother turned into a fulfilling career.

TAFE NSW helps Kinchela Boys reclaim their education – TAFE NSW

TAFE NSW has helped Uncles from Kinchela Boy’s Home Aboriginal Corporation in Redfern reclaim their education through a landmark literacy program.
Kinchela Boys Home Aboriginal Corporation was established by survivors of Kinchela Aboriginal Boys Training Home, a ‘home” run by the NSW Government for over 50 years to house Aboriginal boys forcibly removed from their families.

Targeted training helps Aboriginal women develop skills for mining sector – TAFE SA

A pre-employment training program customised and delivered by TAFE SA’s Aboriginal Access Centre has helped a group of Indigenous women gain work in the mining sector.
The training at TAFE SA’s Port Augusta Campus enabled the women to develop key skills and confidence to prepare them for roles at mine sites in the north-west of South Australia.

Defence industry training program boosts job opportunities – South Metropolitan TAFE WA

It is no surprise that South Metropolitan TAFE (SM TAFE) in Western Australia has cemented its position as a national leader and training provider in the defence industry.

In 2022 the college was named Academic Institution of the Year at the 2022 Defence Connect Australian Defence Industry Awards and also recognised as Western Australia Training Provider of the Year.