Published on Sep 29, 2020
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Are you looking to retrain into a new career? Are you a displaced worker? Are you looking for a new work challenge or opportunity to give back to your industry?
TAFE NSW Kurri Kurri and Cessnock campus are offering a range of short courses for eligible NSW residents.
The opportunity inspires one to study and take advantage of this offer to upskill and discover new prospects to further their education, career or business.
There are 5 short courses being offered at the Hunter campuses which include:
- Introduction to Cultural Art and Identity
- Introduction into Floristry
- Prepare for Computer Pathways
- Barista Making and Servicing Coffee
- Construction Induction (White Card) Statement of Attainment
- Introduction Aged Care – Statement of Attainment
- Digital Literacy Skill Set
- Agricultural Chemical Skillset
- Chainsaw Operations – Basic tree Felling Statement of Attainment
The courses will provide knowledge, experience and immediate skills ranging from building confidence with technology and computer basics, prepare and service of beverages and hygiene practices for food safety and requirements for working in licensed premises and deployment within gaming areas, skills and techniques used in Aboriginal Cultural Arts, and attain creative techniques used within the Floristry Industry.
These courses will contribute to helping businesses stay in business and people stay in jobs. It’s vital for the respective industries to keep people employed and ensure we have the ability to rebuild post COVID.
The Hunter is facing a shortage of skilled workers so whether you’re a career starter or career changer, TAFE NSW is delivering practical skills to make sure students are employable and keeping up with the needs of diverse industries within the community.
For more information and to check your eligibility for the above accredited short courses contact TAFE NSW on 131 601 or visit TAFE NSW.
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