TAFE Queensland teachers deliver educational excellence. They encourage and mentor our students to help them succeed in their chosen industry.
At TAFE Queensland, our employees matter to us. That’s why we've built a comprehensive range of employee benefits as a way to say thank you to our staff.
At TAFE Queensland we believe that vocational education and training has a key role to play in achieving a united Australia; one where Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people participate equally and equitably in all aspects of life.
One of TAFE Queensland’s core values is safety first; we make the health and safety of people working, learning or visiting any of our locations our top priority.
TAFE Queensland currently employs over 5000 staff. We are the largest and most experienced provider of vocational education in the state, with a history of serving Queensland communities for more than 140 years.
At TAFE Queensland, our values of working together, focusing on our customers, taking responsibility, showing initiative and putting safety first are at the heart of everything we do.
Thousands of Queenslanders and international TAFE students and graduates are set to benefit from this new partnership.
A new wave of international students experienced a Welcome to Country and Smoking Ceremony at their orientation day at the Acacia Ridge campus.
TAFE Queensland’s Diploma of Screen and Media students assist with social media production day.
When early childhood educator Nicola Johnston was tasked with developing the content for a new core unit, she never expected the journey to such an emotional experience.
TAFE Queensland's Defence Members Transition program was recognised as a Vocational Education and Training leader at the recent TAFE Directors Australia National Awards.
In an Australian first, TAFE Queensland has committed to tackling the issue of period poverty by providing free period care products to staff and students.
TAFE Queensland Diploma of Screen and Media students at the Coomera Creative Campus have been busy developing two road safety campaign commercials!
When it comes time to decide between TAFE and uni, there are plenty of people who will tell you that university is the only way to set yourself up for a great career. But the truth is TAFE graduates earn more, are more employable, and have skills that are more relevant in today’s job market.
This outstanding 2022 Student of the Year recipient has her sights firmly set on a bright future and promising career in the aged care and disability services industry.
Apprenticeships and traineeships are a great way to get the skills and experience you need to kick start an exciting career in a new industry. And the good news is, it's never too late to get started.
Some people just seem to never stop and 2022 Student of the Year Sheyana Brough is certainly shaping up to be one of those!
Lachlan Helmrich didn't know where he wanted to go in life while in school, until his passion for telling stories through video brought him to TAFE Queensland.