Thinking about study options for after school? Not sure if uni is for you? VET could be the winning ticket to your dream STEM career.
Australia loses female talent at every stage of the STEM pipeline. A program in which educators and industry work together to help women gain in-demand skills is one piece in the puzzle.
Bagging a three-year bachelor’s degree isn’t the only way to kickstart a career in tech!
The Australian Government has announced plan to overhaul the VET sector in order to help reboot the economy post COVID-19
More than 80% of young adults who did a short spell of post-school education or training (such as a certificate or diploma), or went directly into work, were in full-time work by the time they were 25.
In response to the current COVID-19 pandemic, TAFE NSW has removed fees from a number of its online short courses.
There are heaps of opportunities to study STEM that don’t involve a degree.
In April 2019, the government-commissioned Joyce review made 71 recommendations to reform the VET sector. Here's what the report said, and what the government is doing about it.
If the uni pathway isn’t the right fit for you, there are alternatives to university that can take you to the engineering dream.
A Bachelor degree isn't your only ticket to a great career. Nab yourself a Diploma in Engineering and you could jump straight into full-time work (and a full-time salary, kaching!). We've rounded up the best options for Australian Engineering courses with TAFE or trade school, so check out your options.
Pursing a math career doesn't always involve going through university. There are plenty of ways to get employed by taking alternative paths, like TAFE or trade school. The tech industry, finance, and forensics are some of the trade school careers that you can get involved in without getting a degree.
For fashion designer, Natalie, digital technology is an essential part of her process. She's using computer aided design to model her ideas and digitise pattern making.