Latest news

  • Australian Light Horse Centenary Project

    Tranby was delighted to host the presentation to 12 recipients of The Rona Tranby Trust’s Australian Light Horse Centenary Project last week. This project will record the stories of Indigenous Light Horsemen who served in the Middle East during World War I, as told by their descendants.

    It was a great and proud day for the descendants attending. They will be travelling to Beersheba in Israel to participate in the commemorations of the Centenary of the Battle of Beersheba on 31 October 2017 and saddle up to participate in the re-enactment of the Australian Light Horse charge.

    For further information see https://tranby.edu.au/the-rona-tranby-trusts-australian-light-horse-centenary-project/

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  • India Scholarship Opportunity

    It is always wonderful when Tranby can offer our students unique overseas travel experiences. We are delighted to be able to offer an amazing scholarship opportunity for 3 students to go to India for a week in November, visiting and volunteering at community development organisations that assist socially and economically disadvantaged people. Students who are enrolled in a Certificate IV or Diploma level qualification at Tranby in November, are eligible to apply.  

  • Introducing Our New Short Courses

    We are giving Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander people the opportunity to try out two of our most popular courses in short course format. Returning to study, or nor sure if this pathway is the one for you? These short courses give you the opportunity to study with us, without committing to a full course. Visit Apply Now for further information on:

    • Community Development Short Course
    • Business Governance Short Course

  • Tranby is Hiring

    Partnerships and Pathways Manager

    Initial part time 6-month contract with the potential to become permanent with immediate start conveniently based in Glebe, NSW.

    Reporting to the Academic Director, you will actively engage with Tranby’s Indigenous students, employees, partner organisations, industry and community stakeholders, to deliver an exceptional, culturally competent learning experience for students and sustainable pathways into employment and further education.

    For full details and to apply view on Seek.