Say urged on course needs

TAFE NSW is seeking input from residents for the first time, on how its training, support services and facilities can better support and enable their community.

TAFE NSW Executive Director Alison McGaffin said locals were invited to participate in the online survey and ideas board.
“As regional economies and local communities transform, TAFE NSW wants to be on the front foot of developing community-based solutions,” she said.
“At its heart, this is about ensuring communities feel strongly connected to TAFE NSW. Whether you’re a local business owner, a parent, a school leaver, or have diverse needs, we want to hear from you.
“We’re proud of the fact we trained more than 125,000 people from regional communities, 38,000 Aboriginal learners and 46,000 people with disability over the last financial year but we know we can do more.
“You can answer as an individual, or on behalf of a business or group you represent. Gathering these insights helps TAFE NSW ensure we are well-positioned to help your community thrive.”
It’s open for feedback until February 6 at: