Welcome to Federation TAFE

Federation TAFE is home to vocational education and training (VET) delivered by Federation University.

We have a strong focus on employment-based training and meaningful employment. 

We offer a broad range of pre-employment, employment/trade, post trade and entry to mid-level qualifications across major industry sectors. These include building and construction; manufacturing, engineering and automotive; business management, information technology and graphic design; community and children's services; nursing and health; rural and agricultural sciences; and service industries such as commercial cookery, hospitality, hairdressing and beauty. 
Federation TAFE has a positive reputation. By becoming a student at Federation TAFE you allow yourself the opportunity to confidently enter the workforce with the skills, experience and connections you need, to enable prosperity, post-Covid. 
We are now expanding delivery to our markets throughout Victoria and internationally, as there is a growing global need for quality vocational training. 

Our INDUSTRY PARTNERS provide students with a wide range of work integrated learning opportunities.

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We’ve been building a community for 150 years. One that connects, creates and cares for each other, no matter the challenge. With a community like this around you, now is the time to dream bigger and reach further.

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Aboriginal Education Centre

The Aboriginal Education Centre (AEC) has a strong and vibrant cultural presence at Federation University with 5 offices based across the following campuses - Mt Helen, SMB, Wimmera, Berwick and Gippsland and is the central location for all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander matters at Federation University.

We assist Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students and can also refer students to services and support at Federation University and other community organisations.

Our computer labs are open to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students and community members.

We welcome all students, staff and community members to contact us and contribute to the life of the Centre.

Read more about the AEC