Minister for Education Adrian Piccoli has launched the Made by TAFE NSW campaign, which celebrates success stories from TAFE NSW and recognises the positive contribution that TAFE makes to communities across NSW. "Every year 500,000 students enrol in TAFE to learn new skills and improve their opportunities in the workplace. It's appropriate to acknowledge their input in the community and TAFE NSW's role in their education," Mr Piccoli said.

Managing Director of TAFE NSW, Pam Christie said "The campaign includes a new look TAFE NSW quality stamp, highlighting the value of TAFE NSW qualifications. It will also showcase TAFE NSW Ambassadors who have gone on to successful careers — from local heroes to those on the world stage,".

Eighteen former TAFE graduates have lent their names to the campaign as ambassadors including Susan of Structure Design,  others include winemaker Lisa McGuigan, chefs Giovanni Pilu and Matt Moran, and television presenter Ed Halmagyi.

For more information, please go to:
https://www.tafensw.edu.au/why-tafe-nsw/made-by-tafe-nsw/video/susan-jar...
https://au.pinterest.com/tafensw/tafe-nsw-ambassadors/



Susan is pictured with fellow TAFE NSW ambassadors and Pam Christie, Managing Director TAFE NSW

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