Western Sydney Local Health District (WSLHD) and TAFE NSW have joined forces to explore opportunities in response to our District’s growing workforce.
Blacktown Hospital general manager Jude Constable said that the partnership will help WSLHD offer quality skills provision and training from the leading provider of vocational education and training.
“We are exploring opportunities to develop and strengthen our relationship with TAFE NSW, particularly in light of the Blacktown and Mount Druitt hospitals’ expansion and the Westmead Redevelopment,” said Jude.
“Both of these projects will bring a demand for an increased workforce across a range of areas, many of which will come with training requirements.
“TAFE NSW delivers relevant, high-quality, practical and creative thinking to grow the NSW economy and skill the workforce of the future.”
WSLHD continues to work closely with TAFE NSW to identify areas for collaboration. Some areas already included:
- Certificate IV in Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Primary Health Care Practice.
- Certificate III in Health Administration
- Certificate IV in Allied Health Assistance
Other future areas also identified include:
- Assistants in Midwifery
- Clinical Coders
- Central Sterilising technicians
Further updates will provided, watch this space!