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.
TAFE Queensland's world-class Cyber Security Training Operation Centre and Robotics Lab is developing the workers for the future from the South Bank campus.
Keelie Sander, a jewellery apprentice with Toowoomba’s Hogans Family Jewellers, has won TAFE Queensland's 2023 Apprentice Jeweller of the Year Award.
Fourteen high achieving Queensland apprentices were crowned Apprentice of the Year in each of their respective trade categories at the prestigious 2023 TAFE Queensland SkillsTech CSQ Apprentice Awards on 16 November at Howard Smith Wharves in Brisbane.
TAFE Queensland Dalby offered the Certificate II in Salon Assistant (SHB20216) through TAFE at School for the first time in 2023, and the take-up has seen the campus awash with high school students from all different backgrounds.
Interested Kilcoy residents attended hands-on trade skills courses with TAFE Queensland at the Kilcoy RSL Community Shed recently.
In a recent report by the European Training Foundation and UNESCO, TAFE Queensland's Robina Campus has been spotlighted as an exemplary institution in vocational education, particularly for its dedication to sustainable practices.
At TAFE Queensland we believe education and training has a key role to play in achieving an inclusive Australia where people with disability participate equally and equitably in all aspects of life.
TAFE Queensland has been named the Large Training Provider of the Year at the prestigious 2023 Australian Training Awards.
TAFE Queensland Ipswich has been Hairhouse employee Lynka Kohn’s ‘second home’ for the past three years, and following her recent ‘last day’ she reflected on her experience at the campus’ training salon.
CPL - Choice Passion Life, like TAFE Queensland, has been a long-term, significant contributor to the Queensland community. The two organisations share more than just values, profile and longevity however; they’re now combining forces to help change lives through education.
Alex MacDonald studied The Unilearn Program to gain the knowledge and skills he needed to begin training for a medical career.
Kiri Yari and Repeka Tautua enrolled in TAFE Queensland’s Certificate III in Individual Support (CHC33015) and then graduated with fears conquered, new knowledge and experience, memories of a diverse cohort, and employment.