With the large demand for baked goods and meat during the COVID-19 pandemic, many people are taking advantage of the opportunity to upskill and work in different industries with Free TAFE courses at William Angliss Institute.
This is also an opportunity to get free formal training qualifications to support their future careers.
"No matter where you are in your career it is always good to add new skills and or take advantage of this current time when you may not be so busy to do some new training, " Manager – Centre for Tourism & Hospitality and Acting Manager – Centre for Food Trades & Culinary Arts Cary Warren said.
Free TAFE for priority courses reduces the financial barrier for students wanting to train in courses that lead to jobs in demand from Victorian employers.
The investment of $172 million by the Victorian Government makes TAFE courses and pre-apprenticeship courses in priority workforce area tuition-free.
The courses were selected based on the occupations prioritised as the most in-demand by employers, which means in industries where there are likely to be more jobs.
William Angliss Institute offers October intake for the following: