Home | Latest news

Latest news

Monday, 21 October 2019 - 8:04am

Working together compounds learning benefits for Esperance students

Monday, 7 October 2019 - 6:02pm

Bridgetown cabinet maker Kevin Dirks has been recognised with a 2019 BBM Global Industry Scholarship. Kevin, who completed his cabinet making training at South Regional TAFE, will now travel to Canada to gain work experience with some of the best cabinet makers in the world.

Tuesday, 1 October 2019 - 2:52pm

An exciting new program called Solid Foundations is having a ripple effect in the community and making a positive difference to the lives of local people in Albany.

The program is being run at South Regional TAFE in collaboration with Impact Services Pty Ltd, a newly formed Aboriginal owned business operating out of Albany.

Impact Service’s Director Stuart Roberts says the aim of the program is to engage the Aboriginal community in training and employment opportunities, with a focus on the long-term goal of assisting people to gain sustainable employment.

Thursday, 15 August 2019 - 1:05pm

Students in the Great Southern will benefit from the scholarships that were recently presented at the Albany and Denmark campuses thanks to very generous local organisations.

Albany Scholarships

Students, supported by their friends and family, gathered at the Albany campus for a scholarship presentation ceremony on 14 August.

Wednesday, 7 August 2019 - 4:46pm

Three South Regional TAFE students have been announced as finalists in the prestigious 2019 WA Training Awards by Education and Training Minister Sue Ellery.

Chloe Baigent from Busselton has been announced as a finalist in the WA Vocational Student of the Year category and Bukonla Olayeni from Bunbury has been named as a finalist in the WA Cultural Diversity Training Award.

In the Great Southern Kaitlyn O’Connell was announced as a finalist for the WA Trainee of the Year award.

Kaitlyn completed a Certificate II in Business at the Albany campus as a trainee.

Archived News