Hundreds of fee-free training courses are now available for school leavers, young people and job seekers, as part of the NSW Government’s Skilling for Recovery initiative.

Premier Gladys Berejiklian said these courses come from the $320 million committed to delivering 100,000 fee-free training places across the state.

Courses offered will cover a range  of agrifood sectors  including  agriculture, beekeeping, baking, conservation,  communication and digital literacy.

Full details of the courses on offer as part of Skilling for Recovery is here and the Department of Education Summer Skills program is available here

3 Replies to “Skilling for Recovery fee-free training”

    1. Hi Jim,
      There are plenty available in the CLM space. Give me a call to discuss this in more detail and how to access when you have a chance.

  1. We are oyster farmers in Port Stephens and in the past we had a trainee who completed the Aquaculture course in TAFE while with us. We are interested in taking on a further one or two trainees/ apprentices. There are specific skills, licenses and certificates that they need to get for a career in this industry, for example a boat license that fits with the new AMSA regulations, forklift license, Seafood Handling Certificate to name but a few. Are there any courses or training that would fit these criteria. The previous Aquaculture training has been superceded by the Seafood Industry Certs 1.2 & 3 but I cannot find any courses available.

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