Free online courses during pandemic
The NSW Government is offering a number of free online short courses during the coronavirus pandemic, according to Member for Terrigal Adam Crouch.
He said the courses could provide the opportunity for people who wanted to diversify their skills during the pandemic.
"I know that these courses will be put to good use during these difficult next few months," he said.
TAFE NSW is also providing access to online services that provide resources and tips for adjusting to work and study online.
These services focus on methods of working from home, collaborating and leadership via online tools, as well as guides for studying with TAFE digital.
Courses include a fully-subsidised program for women in business, and other subsidies include a mature age workers scholarship and a scholarship for students who choose to live and study in regional communities.
More information on courses can be found at www.tafensw.edu.au/fee-free-short-courses.
Media release, 6 Apr 2020
Adam Crouch, Member for Terrigal
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