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Mining and Manufacturing Career Awareness Program

The Mining and Manufacturing Career Awareness Program (MAMCAP) is a tailored program to assist in career awareness for the Mining and Manufacturing sectors. The program is aligned to the Australian Secondary School Curriculum and involves an engaging presentation leading into a hands-on activity to show case the diverse careers and pathways options within the sectors. …

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Find your future career at TasTAFE Info Week Get the skills you need for the job you want in 2024 at TasTAFE From trades and hospitality to nursing and business, we’ve got plenty of course pathways to help your reach your career goals! Register now for an INFO Week information session to find out more …

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Powering a ‘Brighte’ future for women in energy

TasTAFE and Brighte, Australia’s leader in sustainable upgrades, have partnered to launch a scholarship program for eligible female electrical apprentices to train with TasTAFE. The 2024 Brighte Women in Energy Scholarship, valued at $3,350, will assist in covering the cost of the successful recipient’s Certificate III in Electrotechnology Electrician training and fund the first year …

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Building Futures for Tasmanian Apprentices

Seeking a career in the Building and Construction industry? Read on! The Tasmanian Building Group Apprenticeship Scheme (TasBGAS) are proud to be working with KEYSTONE to deliver an exciting project that provides students the opportunity to experience a construction trade and complete a complete a School-based Traineeship within the Building & Construction industry. Building Futures …

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School-based Traineeships 2024

Will you be starting grade 11/12 and are you unsure of what you want to ‘do’ when you finish school? Why not consider a School-based Traineeship with the Tasmanian State Service! Commencing early 2024, there are approximately 14 Australian School-based Traineeships across Business Administration/Customer Service, Information Technology, Laboratory, Visitor Services and Animal Care. As a …

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Casual work – know your rights & responsibilities

Today’s workforce offers all sorts of amazing careers that never existed 10 or 20 years ago. This includes Virtual reality consultants. Social media managers. Content managers. Data analysts. Eco-tourism consultants. Cyber-security experts – just to name a few. One of these career paths could be a perfect match for you.

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Join the world’s most important career If you’re 17-25, this unique gap-year program provides you with a paid job, training and development, not to mention the opportunity to build your networks within the agriculture industry. As part of the program you will have: a full-time paid farm job with a passionate host farmer a $4,500 …


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King Island students learn from best of North and North West

TasTAFE recently co-designed a program to give 12 King Island District High School students a crash course in tourism and hospitality. The students spent five days in North and North-West Tasmania getting first-hand experience at hotel, restaurant, and retail settings. With requirements provided by the King Island industry and community, the program was designed for …

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