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Celebrating 140 years of education and training
In preparation for our 140 year celebrations, we are asking for everyone’s help to showcase the important role TAFE has played in Queensland throughout our proud history.
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Whether it's about yourself, a teacher or someone else you know who’s made great happen, please share your memories or stories by completing the form below. We’d also love to see any relevant photos, videos or archived/current documents you have and can upload below.
Let’s get into it
With 140 years as the market leader of high-quality vocational education and training in Queensland and beyond, we’re celebrating our proud history with the promise that we’re only just getting started.
Stephen Hamilton is a passionate support worker who's encouraging more people to consider a career in Indigenous healthcare.
Young refugee Dilveen is on the path to her dream career after completing an English language program and tertiary preparation course at TAFE Queensland.
Kalbar resident Dana Brook is on the path to her dream career in fitness thanks to a TAFE Queensland scholarship funded by CPL Group.
When mother of four Tania Bluegum suggested to her daughter that they study nursing together, she hoped she would be on board.
Thanks to a work focused English program at TAFE Queensland, Iranian scientist Saeedeh was able to resume her career shortly after migrating to Australia.
Engineering apprentice Kirra Balderston is shooting for the stars at Gilmour Space Technologies thanks to TAFE Queensland.