Retail and agriculture courses are being offered on Eyre Peninsula to meet a need for skilled workers. The training is being delivered by TAFE SA.
In the International Year of the Nurse and Midwife, a group of CIT students have successfully graduated as nurses during this tough COVID-19 time.
TAFE SA has collaborated with Odyssee Aus Engineers to develop a virtual ship engine room at its Regency campus. The cutting edge technology got a big thumbs up from the students.
A new 35-metre-tall tower crane has been installed at one of CIT’s campuses for safety and renewables training. The tower crane gives students a safe, highly controlled simulated workplace environment, allowing them to experience the physical challenges of working and operating equipment safely at height.
STEM occupations are traditionally associated with higher education, but did you know that more STEM workers in Australia possess a VET qualification than a university degree?
The Australian Chief Scientist’s STEM Workforce Report reveals that out of 11.5 million workers in 2016, 10% had a VET STEM qualification and 6% had a university STEM qualification.