TAFE NSW New Renewable Energy Engineering Diploma Launched in Newcastle

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NEWCASTLE has been selected as one of the two TAFE NSW campuses in the state to offer the new Renewable Energy Engineering Diploma from next year. The one-year course – offered on July 25 at the Newcastle and Ultimo campuses with virtual classroom and face-to-face workshops – and five new testimonials to help students get into renewable careers. Boom Lee, Minister of Skills and Higher Education, said the government was committed to a “clean and green future” and needed not only the right renewable energy infrastructure but also the right highly trained staff. “When renewable machinery gets the steam head we are thinking of – it will create about 59,000 jobs in the next ten or two years – we need to offer more courses, so this is just the beginning, really,” said Mr Lee. It is clear that there is a need for manpower in the future and TAFE is particularly good at this. ” He said there should be training for trainees and trainees to serve the sustainable mining sector, but there must be “alternatives” in mining. ” We must use. “We have to develop. We see that manpower growing exponentially when that labor force and a growing number of governments give priority to renewable energy.” Mr. Lee’s diploma is aimed at qualified professionals who want to engage in the renewable sector and those who want to develop further knowledge, skills and expertise. Budgewoi Scott Monahan worked as an electrician for 10 years before deciding to study with the Associate Degree of Applied Engineering (TAFE). [renewables] The industry is very passionate about your work, so this kind of work helps you do your own thing. Definitely recommend it to others. “Our journalists work hard to provide up-to-date local and up-to-date news.


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