The Fourth Industrial Revolution will depend a lot on people like TAFE NSW student Carolina Trajtemberg from Chile.
Carolina has a Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care (CHC30113) and Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care (CHC50113) from TAFE NSW.
As we enter into a world where technological advancements will fundamentally alter the way we live, work, and relate to one another, teachers will be responsible to help the future generation develop skills that will make them work-ready from as early an age as possible.
Like Carolina discovered, TAFE NSW is the Vocational Education and Training (VET) provider that helps you become that forward-thinking educator.
TAFE NSW in Australia is a leading training and education provider that offers aspiring educators like Carolina the skills and lifelong learning experiences to become the best versions of themselves.
Each year, more than 500,000 students enrol into TAFE NSW’s nationally recognised Certificate, Diploma, Advanced Diploma, Graduate Certificate and Degree courses. By the end of their programme, they leave with an in-demand, employable skill set.
Carolina is one of them.
“I chose to study at TAFE NSW because I had heard about its high reputation. TAFE NSW provides excellent quality education. Also, its facilities make student life easier,” she said.
“The teachers were amazing: very supportive and friendly. They really knew their field. They had vast experience in the early childhood education industry and were very passionate about teaching us to be educators,” she says.
Through the Diploma’s job experiences and theoretical coursework, students practise operational leadership skills, work within surrounding communities and build supportive relationships with industry experts and clients.
While studying at the Petersham campus in Sydney, Carolina also found the library to be extremely resourceful as it was full of early childhood education materials.
“There were also many computers and printers for students to use and the library staff were very friendly and always willing to help,” says Carolina.
Another route that compassionate students like Carolina may also take is the Diploma of Nursing (HLT54115).
By opting for this course, you would be working under the supervision of a registered nurse and gain the skills necessary to provide nursing care for people across the global health sector.
And once you’ve graduated from this Diploma of Nursing programme, which is approved by the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia (NMBA), you’d be eligible to apply for registration with the NMBA as an enrolled nurse.
The above courses exemplify the industry-relevant courses TAFE NSW is well-known for. They fit what employers are seeking in the future world of work.
They are also the kind of qualifications students today want, ie. courses that make them employable, train them to be globally aware and arm them with future-ready skills.
According to a 2020 global report by Manpower Group, 93 percent of millennials want lifelong learning.
“Four out of five say the opportunity to learn new skills is a top factor when considering a new job, and 22 percent intend to take an extended break from work to gain new skills and qualifications,” the report said.
Where industry experience gives you that competitive edge
Whichever course you choose, TAFE NSW will always place your future first.
With every programme, the trusted international education provider applies an industry-oriented approach so that their graduates are sought after by global employers.
“After I finished my practicum for Certificate III, I was immediately offered a position in early childhood education. Then, after finishing my Diploma, I had more offers,” says Carolina.
“At TAFE NSW teachers really care about you and they care about your learning. They help you become the best version of yourself. I strongly recommend you study here.”
So if you want a qualification as highly in-demand as Carolina’s, then find out how to apply today.
Your future is waiting at TAFE NSW.