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Being cyber safe, smart and savvy

by Kenneth Scott Huntley

We have a duty as good internet citizens to foster “the positive” online experience and eliminate “the negative”

Today is Safer Internet Day (SID). And not just here in Australia, but around the world. Safer Internet Day has been celebrated since 2005 to raise awareness of online safety, and to promote the safe and responsible use of the internet.

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Be a skill-seeker with TAFE NSW short courses

by Maryann Blackwell


“Short courses are the perfect solution for busy people who want to achieve their goals faster. Whether you’re looking to advance your career, boost existing skills, explore new career options or discover a new passion, we’ve got you covered.”

Be in demand with TAFE NSW short courses

TAFE NSW short courses are hands-on and are delivered by highly qualified industry-professionals. The courses range from a few hours to 18 weeks, with flexible delivery options including online and face to face. The best part is you also get access to the state-of-the-art facilities and equipment used by our full-time students.                        Read more…

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Building careers

by Gary Fishlock

It’s no secret that the building and construction industry is currently experiencing a significant skills shortage. For anyone interested in pursuing a trade, this is an industry that looks set to offer abundant employment opportunities for many years to come.

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Top five Chrome extensions for students

by Gary Fishlock

There’s nothing like the words “Your productive time on the web today is 23%” to galvanise you into more productive habits

You have an assignment due. The clock is ticking. And let’s be honest here – fiddling around with a million internet tabs and tools can be just as bad for your studying regime as binge watching Orange is the New Black on Netflix.

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