TDA’s submission on the Australian Strategy for International Education 2021-2030.
Thanks to a scholarship from Destination Australia, international student Adriana Meneses is enjoying her new life in Australia while she works towards her dream career in hospitality management.
TAFE Directors Australia and partner TAFEs are currently delivering a series of webinars with Latin American partners to showcase Australia`s capabilities, with a focus on the TAFE applied training model and training of trainers.
Australian Strategy for International Education 2021-2030 – Department of Education, Skills and Employment
International education is a vital part of Australian society. It brings many economic, cultural and social benefits to our people and businesses. It creates links and life-long connections with communities and partners across the world.
Exchange of best practices in TVET Australia and Latin America From March to May 2021, TAFE Directors Australia is delivering a series of webinars with Latin American partners, funded by the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade’s Council of Australia and Latin American Relations (COALAR). The webinars’ aim is to showcase Australia’s capabilities in […]
TAFE Directors Australia has produced two new videos to help international audiences better understand the Australian vocational education system, and TAFEs’ role in technical vocational education and training.
New international student data and COVID19 impacts – National Centre for Vocational Education Research
New data shows the COVID-19 pandemic affected the outcomes of international students who completed a nationally recognised vocational education and training (VET) qualification in Australia.
International education and the students it attracts brings a wealth of economic and social benefits to Australia. Strategies at the national and state and territory levels enable this sector to grow.
Mechatronics engineering isn’t your average career choice. But for Prashneel Sharma, it’s a job that gives him in-demand skills, great satisfaction and an insight into the Australian workplace.
A family health problem became the catalyst for Kusal Yasintha’s future nursing career.