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1362.6 - Regional Statistics, Tasmania, 2007  
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The Institute of TAFE Tasmania is the largest registered training organisation in Tasmania. The Institute provides accredited training to over 26,000 Tasmanians each year, at Institute campuses, in workplaces, at home, or Online Access Centres via computer managed learning. In addition, there are over 30,000 annual enrolments in non-accredited Adult Education activities.

The Institute of TAFE Tasmania offers students a choice of over 300 courses leading to nationally recognised qualifications. These are delivered through 11 state-wide programs:

  • Adult Education
  • Automotive and Electrical
  • Business
  • Community Services and Health
  • Construction and Textiles
  • Design and Communication
  • Drysdale (Hospitality and Tourism)
  • General Education
  • Information Technology
  • Metals and Engineering
  • Natural Resources.

The Institute has major campuses in Hobart, Clarence, Launceston City, Alanvale, Burnie and Devonport. In addition, the Institute operates a number of smaller facilities, ranging from a series of Adult Education annexes across the state to the TAFETrain centre at Queenstown and the Inveresk Academy of Art shared with the University of Tasmania.

(Source: Institute of TAFE Tasmania, Annual Report 2001-02. This is available on the Institute of TAFE Tasmania web site, http://www.tafe.tas.edu.au)

FURTHER INFORMATION

Institute of TAFE Tasmania web site, http://www.tafe.tas.edu.au



This section contains the following subsection :
          Nominal hours of delivery
          Enrolments by delivery program

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