NAIDOC Week 2020: The Power of TAFE for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples
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Quality trade education is absolutely possible in remote Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities if you have the vision to lead and the dedication to share knowledge and experience.
It is never too late to pursue your passion, and with the flexibility of online learning this is becoming more do-able in rural and remote communities.
A group of passionate Inverell locals will soon graduate from a unique TAFE NSW course focussed on showcasing and preserving Aboriginal culture
As Australia returns to pre-COVID economic activity, small and medium sized enterprises need targeted and sustained support. There is no better time for business owners to take stock of where their enterprises are heading and assess how their businesses may need to adapt to the ‘new normal’.
Training helps students to support pupils at Wadja Wadja High School – Central Queensland University (CQU)
Lifelong learning can help people manage change, better understand their jobs and work differently. For two teachers’ aides, undertaking training in a Certificate III in Education Support has helped them find new ways to connect with the students and better understand their expectations.
With campuses in the largest region of Western Australia, Central Regional TAFE offers a wide range of Aboriginal student services to meet diverse student needs from the desert to the coast.
For over 20 years the William Angliss Institute (WAI) has been a leader in training Indigenous people to gain knowledge and skills in the food, tourism, hospitality and events industries.
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.*
A cultural shift is required to improve educational outcomes for Indigenous students*.
All the data shows that Australia needs more apprentices. Ways of engaging young people in apprenticeships can be complicated but with mentoring and clear learning pathways there are many opportunities for earning while you learn
TAFE Directors Australia acknowledges and pays its respects to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the traditional custodians of the land, rivers and sea. We acknowledge and pay our respects to the Elders, past, present, and emerging, of all nations.