Illawarra Institute of TAFE

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TAFE NSW The Illawarra Institute (TII) now forms part of TAFE NSW, the largest training and education provider in Australia. TII and all TAFE NSW institutes were united as one 'TAFE NSW' in an ongoing process starting in 2017. TII training was delivered on-site in the workplace as well as the former Institute's 14 colleges at Bega, Cooma, Dapto, Goulburn, Moruya, Moss Vale, Nowra, Queanbeyan, Shellharbour, Ulladulla, Wollongong, Wollongong West, Yallah and Yass. Illawarra TAFE enrols approximately 40, 000 students per year, offering various types of degrees for school leavers, those looking for a career change or short courses to update your skills.

Campus locations

The 14 campuses of Illawarra Institute are located in the following towns and suburbs of south-eastern New South Wales:

The main campus is Wollongong while the other locations vary in size and facilities.

Courses offered

The Illawarra Institute of TAFE offers a wide variety of specialist courses, including:

  • Arts and Media
  • Building and Construction
  • Business Services
  • Engineering
  • Foundation Studies
  • Information Technology
  • Manufacturing
  • Maritime Studies[2]
  • Mining Industries
  • Personal and Community Services
  • Prevocational Programs
  • Rural Industries
  • Tourism and Hospitality
  • Transport


  1. ^ "Our Locations". Retrieved 2017-03-29. 
  2. ^ Maritime Operations Training

External links

  • TAFE NSW Official Website

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