With more than 10 years steering the direction of Sunraysia Institute of TAFE (SuniTAFE), current Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Geoff Dea, has announced his June 2023 retirement date to all staff. Read more
SuniTAFE Certificate I in Transition Education (CITE) students planned and completed a project to send SolarBuddy lights to children in Timor Leste. Read more
SuniTAFE is seeking your views on the quality of our education and training. Read more
SuniTAFE's Automotive Workshop was the perfect backdrop for the inaugural SuniTAFE Trades Event for 2022. Read more
Alexiane Beck - SuniTAFE Winner: International Student of the Year – Vocational Education and Training Read more
Be Wise is empowering young Australians to handle conflict, look after their mates and make wise decisions—so we can End the Coward Punch, together. Read more
Colleen Miceli, Nursing - Student of the Year - Diploma/Advanced Diploma and Health High Achiever. Read more
Please note that the Customer Service Centre & Library facilities will be unavailable on Thursday the 29th of September & Friday the 30th of September due to campus works. Read more
Today, members of the local community came together at SuniTAFE to celebrate this year’s National NAIDOC. Read more
The SuniTAFE Heavy Automotive Department was recognised at the SuniTAFE Swan Hill campus graduation this year to celebrate 20 years since the program was first established. Read more
SuniTAFE Art students were treated to a workshop with renowned Victorian printmaker and painter, Anita Laurence. Read more
SuniTAFE’s newest group to complete the Diploma of Nursing and register as enrolled nurses will always be reminded of the pandemic when they think back on the time, they completed their qualification. Read more
Australia's Top 10 Most In-Demand Jobs expected to be in high demand over the next five years. Read more
SuniTAFE's Diploma of Community Services students celebrated Wear It Purple Day this week. Hundreds of purple frosted cup cakes disappeared to eager buyers quickly. Read more
Characters from many well-loved books were brought to life this week by the children and educators at TAFE Kids for national CBCA Book Week. Read more
IT’S been several years since Courtney Sandiman, 22, first set foot on at SuniTAFE. Courtney turned to SuniTAFE to build her knowledge and skill set by completing a Certificate IV in Design and Certificate III in Conservation and Land Management. Read more
WITH a farming background behind him, Paul McClure has plenty of knowledge and experience to pass onto his horticulture students at SuniTAFE. Read more
THE SuniTAFE SMART Farm has been selected as one of only two sites involved in a three-year cover crop trial. Read more
The importance of looking after the mental health of local tradies was the focus of several mental health and wellbeing presentations held at the SuniTAFE Mildura campus and Swan Hill campus’ earlier this month. Read more
A sea of Ugly Sweaters or Jolly Jumpers graced the SuniTAFE campuses this week for the Christmas in July celebrations. Read more
A large group of SuniTAFE students and staff this morning learnt more about the career opportunities available when the Australian Defence Force (ADF) Careers Promotions Team visited the Mildura Campus. Read more
The pressure felt by the Sunraysia aged care sector will soon slightly ease with a group of newly qualified individual support workers set to make their way into the workforce. Read more
After a successful day at the AUS-TAFE Culinary Trophy state finals the SuniTAFE team returned with 3 medals and a participation. Read more
Our SuniTAFE hospitality students headed to Bendigo this week to compete in the AUS-TAFE Culinary Trophy State Final at Bendigo TAFE. Read more
Farmers and food producers have had no other choice but to think differently and adopt innovative solutions to increase yields while also reducing productions costs. Read more
With a finite area of arable farming land available, food producers over the world have needed to reassess traditional practices to achieve greater and more sustainable yields. Read more
Farming has long been among the most progressive of any industry, seeking more efficient ways to grow better crops and raise healthier livestock. Read more
Enterprising Australian farmers in Agtech start-ups are creating solutions and building new technology to problems they experience. Read more
SuniTAFE is pleased to launch an immersive experience to learn essential skills to work on the farm. Read more
Australian farming has a long and proud history of family succession. Yet, particularly over the past 30 years or so, things have started to change. Read more
The SuniTAFE SMART Farm will host the Sentinel mobile disease surveillance unit for a Sunraysia study during the summer of 2021/22. The Sentinel unit monitors airborne pests and diseases to aid on-farm pest management decisions. Read more
Precision Viticulture (PV*) is precision farming applied to optimise vineyard performance.  It ensures proportionate grape yield and maximum quality, while minimising environmental impacts and risk.  Read more
Launching the new “Which app for Horticulture” ebook, showcasing over 60 apps available for producers. Read more
TAFE Kids has been open since 1985 and was one of the first childcare centres built in Mildura. The centre is home to 69 children each day, 18 educators and one cook. Get to know two of our longer serving educators below. Read more
A NEW generation of farmers or scientists may have had their passion sparked following a presentation by the SuniTAFE SMART Farm Project Leader of Horticultural Innovation Nicole Byrnes at the Sunray Warriors. Read more
SuniTAFE’s VETDSS (Vocational Education and Training Delivered to Secondary Students) were introduced to the world of Drag Racing with a trip to the Sunset Strip. Read more
SuniTAFE VCAL students have gained many personal development skills by fundraising throughout the year to support people in the local community in need.  Read more
SuniTAFE’s Swan Hill Campus delivers relevant skills and training to its students.   Read more
Meet our current and previous students Tom (Thang Songput) and Clinton Leavold. Read more
THE SuniTAFE SMART Farm has played a critical role in a program to improve bio-security preparation, resilience, and responsiveness to pests in horticulture and agriculture. Read more
Work commenced on Monday 27 September to the roads, carparks and stormwater infrastructure at SuniTAFE’s Mildura Campus. Read more
Minister for Training and Skills Gayle Tierney today announced $130,000 to establish a launchpad project with the newly released Diploma of Graphic Design (CUA50720) to be delivered via project known as  ‘Future’s Lab.’ Read more
New Free TAFE courses have been announced by the Victorian Labor Government, in an initiative that will provide more Free TAFE courses in the Sunraysia region in 2022. Read more
We’re pleased to announce the SuniTAFE SMART Farm’s newest acquisitions. Find out more about our new technology and equipment Read more
Open to all members of the community, the Skills and Jobs Centre is a ‘one-stop shop’ with a mobile fleet ready to hit the road. Read more
Kade Loxton, winner of the 2022 Bendigo Apprentice of the Year – Future Builder Award at this year's Master Builders Victoria Regional Apprentice of the Year Awards. Read more
Find out more about this new government initiative which aims to give job seekers and young people access to low-cost training. Read more
SuniTAFE staff joined people around the globe on Tuesday, March 8 to celebrate the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women on International Women’s Day. The day also marks a call to action for accelerating women's equality. Read more
“It is absolutely important that women are given the same opportunities, which is part of why I was attracted to the role, to be able to provide input not just from an educational perspective but also as a female staff member." Read more
“SuniTAFE for me has been a fantastic experience, where would you rather be when training and education has got me to where I am." Read more
SuniTAFE is set to see an influx of new international students stepping foot on campus in the coming months with a dramatic increase in applications this year compared to 2021. Read more
Gain practical skills at SuniTAFE’s aged care simulated training facility. Australia has a rapidly growing ageing population with a critical shortage of qualified healthcare workers.  Read more
SuniTAFE’s heavy automotive workshops at Mildura and Swan Hill campuses have taken delivery of two Cummins X15 training engines to ensure students are using the very latest equipment to hone their skills during training.  Read more
The achievements of SuniTAFE students, industry partners and staff for the 2021 academic year was celebrated last night.  Read more
Learn new technologies for a career in land and water with a course in conservation and ecosystem management. Read more
The task of changing careers might not be as difficult as you think. SuniTAFE can help unpack the process into manageable steps. Read more
A collaboration between Australian Primary Hemp (APH) and SuniTAFE will see the land at the SuniTAFE SMART Farm set aside for hemp plantings, to assess its suitability to collect data on low-THC hemp varieties. Read more
This course is designed for professionals who may be required to provide an initial response to victims of family violence but do not have this as a core function to their work role.  Read more
It’s been 40 years since Carmela Tyson first walked through the doors SuniTAFE on 15 March 1982. Read more
Are you eager to grow your career in one of Australia’s leading agribusiness regions? Find out about becoming an Irrigation Specialist. Read more