Jay Wedge has always been a passionate gamer, but he never dreamed that being a game designer would one day be his career.
Twenty-year-old Jacob Brassington is one step closer to achieving his dream of becoming a mental health nurse after not only graduating from the Diploma of Nursing in Hervey Bay, but earning the honour of 2023 Fraser Coast Student of the Year for his dedication to his studies.
Bridie White is all about making people feel better about themselves and comfortable in their bodies.
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Armed with an IT qualification from TAFE Queensland and two decades of experience, Lucas Meadowcroft is now at the forefront of innovation.
With a dream to become a schoolteacher, Haytham Trueheart Harbus is studying with TAFE Queensland to enrol in university and study education.
Rashonda Murray has a plan and a scholarship from TAFE Queensland is helping her achieve her dreams.
TAFE Queensland's electrical training materials are being recyled with local business Pipemakers Australia once apprentices are done with them.
Thirty-eight-year-old Sarah Tramacchi is now inspiring children to reach their full potential as a teacher’s aide after completing a Certificate IV in School Based Education Support (CHC40221) in 2023.ption
It will come as little surprise that Giggles Hair Salons’ owner Kristy Midgley is hugely positive about collaborating with TAFE Queensland – with a business name like ‘Giggles’ it’s definitely a ‘good vibes only’ partnership.
Twelve First Nations Skills for Education and Employment (SEE) program students at TAFE Queensland have secured employment with Telstra as part of an innovative program located on Palm Island.
Business owner, Rebecca Jeffries, went back to TAFE Queensland to re-qualify and ensure her nail salon skills and procedures were industry current.