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South Western Sydney Institute of TAFE

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Phone  +61 13 79 74
Address  Cnr Hoxton Park and Banks Road, Miller NSW 2168, Australia
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South Western Sydney Institute (SWSi) is a TAFE NSW Institute in Sydney, New South Wales. Each year, more than 73,000 students enrol at colleges in the Institute, with approximately 2,000 students each semester studying in overseas locations. The Institute offers training ranging in levels from Certificate (including Trade Certificate) to Diplomas, Advanced Diplomas and Graduate Certificates. Training is delivered on-site in the workplace as well as at our nine colleges in Bankstown, Campbelltown, Granville, Lidcombe (and Chullora campus), Liverpool, Macquarie Fields (and Macarthur Building Industry Skills Centre campus), Miller, Padstow and Wetherill Park.

More than 73,000 students are enrolled in more than 700 courses covering industries ranging from Automotive, Transport and Logistics, Building and Construction, ICT, Business and Finance, Community Health and Personal Services, Engineering, Manufacturing and Environmental Sciences, Hospitality, Tourism, Fine Arts, and Design. Students are supported into these areas of training through language, literacy and bridging access courses provided by the Employment Preparation and Vocational Access Faculties.

As a provider of vocational education and training internationally, the Institute has established the delivery of Australian accredited education and training programs in Bangladesh, China, Fiji, Malaysia, Philippines and the United Arab Emirates. The Institute is also the largest provider of English language and technical training in Sydney’s South West region.

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South Western Sydney Institute of TAFE Wikipedia


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