Popular NSW Sydney TAFE Courses
TAFE NSW has campuses and institutes dotted all over the territory. There are a plethora of campuses where you can study TAFE in Sydney, including South Western Sydney TAFE Institute, Northern Sydney Institute, and Sydney Institute. Outside of Sydney, NSW TAFE campuses include Riverina, Illawarra, New England, and the North Coast. This means that it doesn’t matter where you are in NSW, you’ll be able to find TAFE courses near you. Classroom-based and online NSW TAFE courses are provided by some of the best and most trusted nationally recognised higher education institutions in Australia so that you can be sure of their quality.
The other great thing about TAFE NSW courses is that they are available for just about any subject you can think of, from IT and design to nursing and small business management.
Popular TAFE Courses in NSW
- Diploma of Counselling
- Certificate in MYOB 19
- Certificate III in Education Support (Teacher’s Aide)
- Certificate III in Aged Care
- Certificate IV in Bookkeeping
- Diploma of Share Trading and Investment
- Certificate II in Nail Technology
- Certificate IV in Small Business Management
- Diploma of Events
- Certificate III in Disability
TAFE Opportunities in NSW
There are a lot of TAFE colleges, institutes and campuses in NSW. Here are a two (with a sampling of courses) to give you a taste of the diversity available.
- TAFE NSW Hunter Institute, which services the Hunter and Central Coast Region of New South Wales and which offers courses that include Certificate II in Conservation and Land Management, Certificate III in Beauty Services, and Certificate 4 in Aged Care. Other courses include Diploma in Accounting, Advanced Diploma in Electrical Engineering, TVET in Fashion Design and Technology, and a TAFE Statement of Attainment in Medical Administration for Enrolled Nurses.
- TAFE NSW Sydney Institute, which is located at St George College in Kogarah and whose courses include Certificate II in Children’s Services (Eora College), Certificate III in Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander Cultural Arts (Eora College), and Certificate IV in Bookkeeping (Petersham, Randwick, St George, Sutherland and Ultimo Colleges and Gymea Campus). Other courses include Diploma in Financial Planning (St George College), Advanced Diploma in IT – Knowledge Management (St George College), TAFE PLUS Statement Intro to Jewellery Making (Design Centre Enmore), Associate Degree in Accounting (St George and Ultimo Colleges).
- TAFE NSW South Western Sydney Institute, which has campuses at Blacktown, Baulkham, Castle Hill, Katoomba, Kingswood, Mount Druitt, Nirimba and Wentworth Falls. Search our portal for TAFE in NSW, and you’ll find courses that include Auto Electrical, Human Resource Management, Manufacturing and Engineering, Travel, Tourism and Events, and Welding.
- TAFE NSW Northern Sydney Institute (NSI), which has colleges at Hornsby, Ryde, Crows Nest, Hornsby, Northern Beaches, St Leonards and Meadowbank. North Sydney TAFE courses include Certificate II in Hospitality, Certificate III in Sports Trainer, Certificate IV in Programming, Diploma in Project Management, Advanced Diploma in Applied Environmental Management, and Bachelor in Applied Finance (Financial Planning).
Charles Sturt University has several campuses in NSW and around Australia, and while, it doesn’t offer TAFE courses per say, it has pathway programs with several TAFE partners including TAFE NSW, Northern Sydney Institute, TAFE NSW Riverina Institute, Wodonga TAFE, and Goulburn Ovens Institute of TAFE.
Most of the NSW TAFE colleges, institutes and campuses have online or distance study options for international students.
It’s important always to email or otherwise contact the TAFE colleges of your choice to find out about enrolment dates with as they can differ around NSW. Many short courses at NSW TAFE institutes run on a fixed schedule, but they can often also be provided on demand.