TAFE NSW: Government to spend up to $2 million recruiting executives

By Eryk Bagshaw
Updated January 25 2016 - 1:14pm, first published January 7 2016 - 9:39pm
NSW Premier Mike Baird is met by protesters at Hunter TAFE. Photo: Brockwell Perks
NSW Premier Mike Baird is met by protesters at Hunter TAFE. Photo: Brockwell Perks
NSW TAFE teachers association president Phil Chadwick, Labor candidate for Kiama Glenn Kolomeitz, member for Shellharbour Anna Watson and NSW Teachers Federation TAFE organiser Rob Long at TAFE's Dapto Campus. Photo: Robert Peet
NSW TAFE teachers association president Phil Chadwick, Labor candidate for Kiama Glenn Kolomeitz, member for Shellharbour Anna Watson and NSW Teachers Federation TAFE organiser Rob Long at TAFE's Dapto Campus. Photo: Robert Peet
John Barilaro, NSW Minister for Skills. Photo: Louise Kennerley
John Barilaro, NSW Minister for Skills. Photo: Louise Kennerley

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