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.
Coming from a single-parent home, Leigh Chui-Clark's went to boarding school in Brisbane to ensure he got the best education possible.
Warwick-based salon owner Karen reflects on a 30 year career that blends her love of hairdressing with mentoring apprentices.
Pioneer First Nations owned & led non-alcoholic beer company Sobah Beverages is celebrating its new Head Brewer, Luke Coope
When Alisi Jack Kaufusi enrolled to study with TAFE Queensland, the last thing she expected was for her cancer to relapse.
Elisabeth Matters is a confident young Torres Strait Islander woman who knows her way around a workshop. Elisabeth has her sights set on building a successful carpentry career.
Springfield-based teacher Chrystal Geddes brings a passion for learning to the classroom in our early childhood education and care courses.
Belinda Imhof completed an apprenticeship in her 40s, ditching office admin work for a hands-on plumbing career.
While borders remained closed, 33 motivated students from Papua, Indonesia, completed stage one of a six month TAFE Queensland marketing skill set.
Described as a once in a lifetime apprentice, Abi Winter is making her mark as a fitter and turner.
Ever since high school, Georgia Brooker has always wanted to go into nursing. Now she's passing on her knowledge and skills to the next generation as a TAFE Queensland teacher.
Rick Budd returned to study more than two decades after completing high school. Today, Rick uses his nursing skills and love of cosplay to brighten the lives of people in hospital.
When Chloe Pearse wasn’t flourishing in a traditional high school learning environment she found a new way to study towards her dream career, which brought her to TAFE Queensland.