William Angliss was a butcher and philanthropist who in 1940 gave money to found the food and hospitality TAFE college that bears his name. But in the state budget, the butchering appears to have been done to the TAFE ...
TAFE cuts to hurt Advanced ManufacturingManufactureLinkThe federal government is encouraging the advanced manufacturing sector to up skill workers to ensure a viable sector for the future, but state governments are slashing TAFE funding.
Massive job losses and campus closure as TAFE cuts hit Swinburne
The AEU has called on the Baillieu Government to immediately reverse its public TAFE sector budget cuts, following today's announcement that Swinburne University will close its Lilydale campus, make 120 teachers redundant, and fail to renew a further 100 teacher contracts.
Swinburne to shut campus, axe jobs The Australian A question mark also hangs over the future of the university's Prahran campus, with TAFE courses there to be moved to other campuses and the Faculty of Design to go to the Hawthorn campus.
City to suffer from cuts Ballarat Courier Other speakers included head of the Ballarat university's TAFE arts department, Paul Lambeth, and Australian Education Union Ballarat branch president and full-time TAFE teacher Julie-Anne Noble.
Question time for Melbourne's contenders The Age I've spent the last seven weeks talking to the people of Melbourne and the biggest issue that comes up for all of them is the performance of Ted Baillieu's government.
Vice-chancellor Linda Kristjanson said with fewer viable TAFE courses and a drop in demand for higher education at Lilydale, the campus would close on July 1 next year. A question mark also hangs over the future of the ...