People study at TAFE through all stages of their careers and lives. You may need training for your first job or want to gain more skills and knowledge so that you can change jobs, go for a promotion, study at a university or improve your confidence and employability after an absence from the workforce.
Whatever your situation, education and experience the New England Institute offers many learning pathways and lots of support to help you achieve your goals.
TAFE NSW learning pathways to choose from include:
TAFE while still at School
School to TAFE
TAFE course toTAFE course
TAFE to University
University to TAFE
TAFE to Work
Work to TAFE
You can move in any direction along these pathways. The skills and knowledge you gain along the way are recognised and can be credited towards future studies and qualifications.
You may be suprised to find that the skills and experience you gained through your life could be eligible for recognition of prior learning and work skills.
We provide our students with learning support services. You can get help with English, maths, science, computing and communication for any TAFE NSW course you are studying. For further information, see the Leaner Support page.
If you need assistance with your studies, our teachers are here to help.
At TAFE NEI we offer Flexible Study Options, offering on campus and online options to make sure you can study at a time, place and using a method that suits your lifestyle.
For students that may need a little extra support we have the following programs to get started:
Language, Literacy and Numeracy support programs
Trouble with reading, writing and counting
English as a Second Language
Language acquisition programs for students with English as a Second Language
For students who would like a Year 10 School Certificate Equivalent
Tertiary Preparation Courses
For those who have not completed Year 12 and would like to enter university
Skills for Work programs
TAFE at School
Schools Based Apprenticeships and Traineeships
Under 17 school leavers