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Providing skills for the jobs of the future

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Industry 4.0

The traditional employment system is changing dramatically with the evolution of industry 4.0 and the impact it’s having on automation and data exchange leading to rapid changes in the technology and manufacturing industries.

Many people have to regularly upgrade their skills in order to be successful in gaining and retaining employment. 

Whether you’re just starting out in the workforce, looking to upskill, changing careers or returning to work, our qualifications can provide you with the skills you need to be job ready.

Why choose TAFE? 

TAFE graduates get jobs – it’s a fact!
In 2017, 85.4% of VET graduates were employed or enrolled in further study after training VET student outcomes 2018, NCVER.

VET is key to jobs of the future
Vocational education is a better pathway to a job than a university degree, new report finds.
In fact 46% of the mining sector workforce is VET trained Australian Jobs 2018.

We’ve got STEM covered
We offer courses across all STEM areas including surveying, mining, health technical services, civil engineering and infrastructure, information technology and cyber security.

Build your skills to get ahead
We offer a variety of short courses and skill sets to give you an edge in the jobs market including effective leadership, project management and emotional intelligence in the workplace.

Get industry connections
Our lecturers are all experienced professionals with close connections to their industry to help you get work experience and graduate placements.

Advance to university
We provide pathways to uni courses – so you finish in half the time with half the debt.


Hear from our students and lectures 

Caitlan Noble
(Winner of North Metropolitan TAFE’s 2018 VET Student of the Year, and winner of the 2018 VET Student of the Year at the Australian Training Awards) why she made the switch to NMTAFE.

Martin Robinson
Surveying lecturer, how NMTAFE is using drones in our training delivery.


Page last updated April 30, 2019