Kick off the New Year on the right career path

HOBART residents interested in studying at TasTAFE in 2016 will have the opportunity to find out more about courses, study and career pathways during TasTAFE’s Info Week later this month.

TasTAFE chief executive officer Stephen Conway said the event, which runs from 27-29 January, would be held throughout the state, including Hobart’s 75 Campbell Street and Drysdale (59 Collins Street) campuses.

“Potential students can come along and chat with teachers to get advice about learning and training options, have a look at our facilities, undergo suitability assessments and find out about enrolment processes,” Mr Conway said.

“As the largest public provider of vocational education and training in Tasmania, TasTAFE offers more than 370 qualifications across a wide variety of industry areas from business and ICT to construction, cookery and hospitality, and health and aged care.

“We pride ourselves on delivering high quality, industry-relevant training that produces job-ready graduates.”

Information sessions are running across a range of course areas and most areas have information sessions both during the day and after working hours.

For details about session times and locations log onto http://www.tastafe.tas.edu.au/tastafe-info-week.

To register for an information session phone 1300 655 307.

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