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The growth of STEM

North Metropolitan TAFE is committed to achieving the Western Australian Government’s skills strategy in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) and Our Priorities vision for a bright future:

“By 2024, have 85% of Year 12 students completing two or more STEM courses and/or STEM related vocational, education and training (VET) qualifications”.

STEM areas are considered to be the industries of the future with developments in innovation, creativity and design.

Youth Insight research released in 2019 shows that young people have positive attitudes towards STEM with 64% saying “learning about science and technology is exciting”.

STEM initiatives

Showcasing STEM

“Almost half of those who attended science events outside school say their interest in STEM subjects increased”

Hear from our students and lecturers

Hear from Martin Robinson, Surveying lecturer, how NMT is using drones in our training delivery.

Robots and autonomous systems are changing the way we live, work and play. 

Page last updated June 24, 2019