Greg Warren today announced TAFE NSW local enrolments are now open, supporting new opportunities for locals to gain skills in automotive, education, and hospitality.

“We’ve seen massive growth in Sydney’s South West over the last five years across key industries, with the region’s education and training sector growing by 4,400 workers alone,” Mr Warren, State Member for Campbelltown, said.

“TAFE NSW is the top training body in our state, and qualifications from TAFE NSW are a game changer for school leavers, job seekers, people looking to upskill and those wanting to start new businesses and careers.”

TAFE NSW Campbelltown features a student-run restaurant, a photography studio, and graphic arts and digital media training facilities.

Minister for Skills, TAFE and Tertiary Education Tim Crakanthorp said the Minns Government was committed to helping every person in New South Wales build the skills they need in the modern economy.

“TAFE NSW has hundreds of courses to choose from across a range of modern industries to help you gain a nationally recognised qualification in your area of interest,” he said.

“With Semester 2 about to commence, there’s never been a better time to discover the range of opportunities at your local TAFE NSW campus. This includes the different study options to suit your needs, such as online and face-to-face study.”