Tafe cour­ses can open ca­reer doors

Albany Extra - - Make Smoking History -

For any­one look­ing for a job, pro­mo­tion or new di­rec­tion, now is the time to plan for the fu­ture.

Ap­pli­ca­tions are open now for full-time study at South Re­gional TAFE in 2018, so call at the TAFE stand at the Al­bany Show, where the friendly staff will dis­cuss train­ing op­tions and help de­cide on a course to suit.

With a na­tion­ally recog­nised qual­i­fi­ca­tion from TAFE, grad­u­ates will be equipped with the skills for a real job. Dozens of cour­ses are of­fered in ar­eas such as busi­ness, ru­ral, con­struc­tion, ed­u­ca­tion, health, fit­ness, beauty ther­apy, com­mu­nity ser­vices, tourism and in­for­ma­tion tech­nol­ogy.

Lec­tur­ers are pro­fes­sion­als who are knowl­edge­able in their study area and sup­port stu­dents every step of the way.

The col­lege also of­fers a range of short-course train­ing in ar­eas in­clud­ing high-risk li­cens­ing, work health and safety, of­fice skills, earth­mov­ing and life­style.

From com­put­ing to cook­ery and from first aid to fork­lifts, the list is long and com­pre­hen­sive.

Find out more about full and part-time cour­ses and short cour­ses at South Re­gional TAFE.

Visit the web­site southre­gion­altafe.wa.edu.au or phone 9892 8888 and take time to check out the stand at the show.

Cor­byn Robin­son tests equip­ment in the elec­trotech­nol­ogy work­shop at the Al­bany cam­pus.

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