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$83m to convert casual teachers to TAFE educators

The NSW state government will commit $83.1m over the next four years to help convert casual teachers to permanent employment in a bid to retain expert TAFE teachers. Currently, an estimated 48 per cent of TAFE NSW’s teaching workforce does not have permanent employment, ...

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4% pay rise for new NSW TAFE teachers

New NSW TAFE teachers will start out on salaries over $92,000 under a deal inked between the Minns government and teachers’ union. A new one-year enterprise agreement will see teachers’ wages and work-related allowance lifted by four per cent, a pay rise the Minns government says ...

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TAFE teacher rules relaxed to improve shortage

High school teachers and teachers-in-training can now use their qualifications at TAFE in a "commonsense" move to ease the shortage of VET educators. Those with a secondary school teacher qualification will be excused from having to obtain a full Certificate ...

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65% increase in SA fee-free TAFE enrolments

South Australian applications to study fee-free TAFE in 2024 are up 65 per cent from two years ago, the first time enrolments have increased year on year since 2012. Early childhood care, plumbing, nursing and electrotechnology courses have received the ...

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Research shows we can improve student equity

Most Australian universities claim to make the world a better place by creating environments where people want to work and study.  Whether staff and students experience these objectives is a different story, particularly when it comes to be feeling ‘seen’ ...

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