New pilot program increases access to TasTAFE

by Brighton Council
TasTAFE’s new Regional Engagement Officer, Martin Killick.

 

A new pilot program coming to Brighton will see TasTAFE working more closely with regional employers and communities to meet local training needs. TasTAFE has employed a new Regional Engagement Officer, Martin Killick, who will work with Southcentral Workforce Network in Pontville to identify Brighton area’s training needs and increase access to training at TasTAFE.

TasTAFE Acting Director, Future Students and Industry, Matt Dance said, “As we look to the future, we have an increased focus on working with industry and the community to deliver tailored training programs that meet their specific needs. The Regional Engagement Officer role will allow us to hear directly from community and employers in regional areas about what they need from us.”

 

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