INNOVATIVE NEW COURSES ON OFFER AT TAFE NSW IN 2018

Tuesday, 2 January 2018

Drone technology, anti-money laundering and cyber security are just some of the exciting new courses TAFE NSW will deliver in 2018 to meet the evolving needs of business and industry.

The Minister responsible for TAFE NSW Adam Marshall said the latest course offerings were a demonstration that TAFE NSW was leading the way in delivering the workforce of the future.

“In 2018 TAFE NSW will be offering new and exciting courses and skills sets in cyber security, anti-money laundering and drone technology,” Mr Marshall said.

“The delivery of courses in these new and in demand sectors next year demonstrates the NSW Government is ensuring TAFE NSW responds to our changing economy and is able to provide the workforce for the future the State will need.

“These latest course offerings show the NSW Government’s modernisation of TAFE NSW is yielding real benefits and ensuring the NSW Government is able to deliver the most contemporary and in demand skills to get students jobs, meet employer needs and boost our economy.

“Many of these new courses will also be heavily subsidised by the NSW Government through Smart and Skilled, significantly lowering the cost for students wishing to undertake the study they need to get a job.”

Increasing the use of the latest digital technologies – from virtual and augmented reality to visual simulation – will drastically improve the student learning experience.

New TAFE NSW courses and skills sets planned for 2018 include:
· Certificate IV in Cyber Security
· Advanced Diploma in Cyber Security
· Drone Technology – course is titled Certificate III in Aviation (Remote Pilot – Visual Line of Sight)
· Diploma of Payroll Services
· Anti-Money Laundering and Counter Terrorism Financing Skill Set
· Workplace Innovation Skill Set
· Working with Children in Performing Arts Skills Set
· Workplace Innovation Skills Set

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