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TAFE training program prepares to meet Hunter mining skills demand

STRONG mining sector employment growth in New South Wales’ Hunter Valley over the next three years is creating the demand for more technical skills and training.

A TAFE course is aiming to head off the skills shortage in mining in the Hunter Valley.

A TAFE course is aiming to head off the skills shortage in mining in the Hunter Valley.

The 25 mining projects in the NSW planning system as at the end of last year have the potential to deliver almost $11 billion in investment over the next 20 years, and nine are in the Hunter region pipeline....

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