Students and future students across the State are flocking to TAFE NSW campuses for enrolment week to discover the exciting menu of study options on offer at TAFE in 2018.  The Minister responsible for TAFE NSW Adam Marshall said he was delighted students attending enrolment week were being given the opportunity to learn more about how studying one of TAFE’s more than 1,200 courses can turbocharge their career.

“This week provides students with an invaluable opportunity to explore the innovative range of study options at TAFE NSW and enrol in one of 1,200 available courses to turbocharge their career,” Mr Marshall said.  “TAFE NSW students are in high demand because of the quality of their education and ability to hit the ground running with the skills necessary to thrive in the modern economy.

“With new courses in areas such as cyber-security and drone technology, and significant subsidies for a range of courses from the NSW Government, enrolling with TAFE NSW is the obvious choice for people looking to secure their first job, win a promotion or endeavor on a career change.

 “Visit your local TAFE NSW campus this week and speak to one of the wonderful members of staff about how studying at TAFE can further your career aspirations in 2018.” TAFE NSW campuses will be open for enrolment week from 15-20 January. Campuses across the State will hold a range of information sessions, demonstrations and workshops to assist students to learn more about their study options.