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TAFE is suspended for at least a month due to coronavirus lockdown

TAFE is suspended for at least a month due to coronavirus lockdown with classes set to be held online from next term

  • The suspension will affect 500,000 students as it takes effect on Monday
  • When semester resumes on April 27, the majority of classes will be online 
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TAFE has been suspended for at least one month as Australia enters a coronavirus-induced lockdown.

The suspension will affect 500,000 students as it takes effect on Monday. 

However, there will be provisions for those who are completing their diplomas at the end of the current semester. 

TAFE classes will be suspended as of Monday due to the coronavirus lockdown (Pictured: TAFE campus in Sydney)

TAFE classes will be suspended as of Monday due to the coronavirus lockdown (Pictured: TAFE campus in Sydney)

When semester resumes on April 27, the majority of classes will be conducted online.

TAFE is working with the NSW Government with the logistics of how to best manage the situation.  

More to come 

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