The Fuel Agency has launched the new ‘TAFE + Jobs’ campaign, aimed to promote and drive applications and enrolments for courses starting in 2019
There’s a lot happening in Victoria, with record investment in road and rail projects, and in the health, community and disability sectors. As a result, there’s greater demand for skilled workers.
That’s why the Victorian Government is investing $172 million to make priority TAFE courses and pre-apprenticeship courses free from 1 January 2019, with a further $303.8 million allocated to create 30,000 additional course places.
Launching with a 60 second, 30 second and three 15 second TVCs, supported by an extensive out-of-home, radio and digital buy, the campaign will run for several months from August.
Fuel CEO Tim Kidman said, “Helping Victorians get the skills they need to land a great job really is a wonderful news story, and so we wanted to capture the moment of pure joy of when people land their dream job.”
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