TAFE NSW links up with Volvo in training partnership

TAFE NSW links up with Volvo in training partnership

Third-year motor mechanic apprentices Mitchell Evans and Jordan Stansfield are confident their career choice will see them through the coronavirus pandemic and beyond. “It’s a job that will always be in demand because of the human input,” Mr Evans, 21, said. The apprentices work at a Parramatta workshop for Volvo which has just entered into a new training partnership with TAFE NSW.Read more here: https://www.smh.com.au/business/workplace/tafe-nsw-links-up-with-volvo-in-training-partnership-20201002-p561e0.html

Head of TAFE NSW gains trainer credentials to better understand frontline jobs

Head of TAFE NSW gains trainer credentials to better understand frontline jobs
As managing director of TAFE NSW, Steffen Faurby’s aim of studying the training was to get a view from the coalface of the organisation he leads. The role vocational education and training (VET) has to play in addressing looming skills shortages and retraining legions of jobless Australians to support an economic recovery after the summer bush fires and pandemic, is more important than ever.

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