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Calling on Victorian employers – nominate today and be recognised

Is your organisation achieving great things through the provision of nationally recognised training for your employees?

Nominations are now open for the 2021 Victorian Training Awards

The awards acknowledge outstanding efforts in the Higher Education and Skills Sector. Nominations close 4 June.

State budget highlights 2020/21

As our state emerges from the global pandemic, we need to make sure all Victorians have the support they need. Explore our education and training highlights.

TAFE teachers share their successes on World Teachers’ Day

Sarah Eldridge and Syndi Grambau discuss their experiences of remote and flexible teaching

Learn Local program keeps sinking work prospects afloat

Leiry, who prefers to be known by his nickname, had just graduated with a Certificate II in Automotive from Gordon TAFE and was all set to begin his new life as an apprentice when coronavirus (COVID-19) struck

Bunyip Childcare Centre’s James Robinson tells his story for Early Childhood Educators’ Day

On this Early Childhood Educators' Day, we are sharing the story of James Robinson, a passionate early childhood educator from Bunyip Childcare Centre.

Victorians winning with Free TAFE for priority courses

The 2019 report card shows that Free TAFE has been an overwhelming success.

Tanya McDonald on education and her experiences of family violence

Mother of four Tanya McDonald enrolled in a Diploma of Community Services at South West TAFE. During her studies, Tanya worked as a paralegal, helping vulnerable women while recovering from her own experiences of family violence.