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After leaving school I decided to go to TAFE in Australia (Teaching and Further Education) and get a trade qualification as a carpenter. After achieving my qualification I stated my own company.

Have you ever studied at TAFE and if you did what did you study?


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Yes, I studied visual arts at TAFE. It was like the curate's egg.
No I haven't.
No I haven't only my three sons have.
2 eldest did Locksmithing.
My last son to the dismay of his brothers did Community Services.
After I finished my cert 3 in Carpentry I continued on and did my Cert 3 Building Foreman Clerk of Works at TAFE.
No.
by Vee
I've done a lot of short courses at TAFE over the years. It is a great place to learn how to use computer software but I qualified at university.
no
by Gia
TAFE has just started back today in NSW do you know anyone starting a course and if so what is it.
When got new car, went to TAFE & did a 'Ladies' Car Care Course'.
It was very good, pointing out the basics, so you could recognize a problem.
I have done a number of TAFE courses. They were all external courses in the community services field.
I have done a course 12 years ago and the T means Technical, not teaching.
I did a year's secretarial course after leaving school and a shorthand speed course some years later which was beneficial in procuring some well paid jobs over the years.
Before Tafe came about, I did an Intieria Decorating course, & later, 1 term of a cake decoration course. (I had to leave that 1 when my friend I was attending the course with, got her self a job, & I couldn't get too the course by my self.) I've done 4. I only lasted 1 term on the floral arranging, & a dress making course. Then the 3rd course I did was called a Business Management Course, something that had 5 subjects to learn in 6 months. I did it because I was told by a friend that I could to do it! I didn't know it would involve exams & writing essays! Even my friend didn't relies it was such a difficult course! (I hadn't even written essays at high school!) I was more interested in changing my nail polish every night, to match was what I was wearing the next day to the class, but I stuck it out, while others dropped out, & I even did the exams. I hadn't released it was a course to set up one's own business, even from the title of it! Years after that course, I did a Friday afternoon sketching course. I did enjoy that, even though I was extremely hopeless with the sketching! And lastly I did a 6 week computer course for seniors, but I already knew it all except for the last week of 'cut & paste'. (I still can't do that, years later!)
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