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Water and Energy Trades Centre of Excellence

At the Water and Energy Trades Centre of Excellence, you’ll receive modern training and use state-of-the-art technology that is aligned to industry. The Centre of Excellence is TasTAFE’s southern-based home for plumbing, gas, refrigeration, air-conditioning and electrotechnology training. The building has a floor area of over 5000 square metres across two levels. It’s right next …

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TasTAFE INFO Week

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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TasTAFE Conservation students managing their own ecosystem

TasTAFE’s Conservation and Ecosystem Management (CEM) students have been getting their hands dirty recently at a Hobart reserve. Working at Gregson Avenue, New Town, the students are working alongside City of Hobart to learn first-hand about bushland conservation. The students are regenerating and maintaining the bushland reserve while balancing its unique management requirements.  Students have been …

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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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