You will need a current TAFE NSW username e.g. john.citizen2 and password as well as your TAFE NSW email address
For further information check the Login help for TAFE NSW students.
Contact your local campus Student Administration Office or call 131 601 and follow the prompts.
Library staff may also be able to reset your password.
Go to my.tafensw.edu.au and click on Forgot your password? and follow the prompts. A reset code will be sent to your contact details on record.
TAFE NSW students can call the Student Technology Service Desk on 131 601 and follow the prompts between 8 am and 6 pm Monday to Friday for help with:
Students who may be deaf or hard of hearing, can seek assistance through the National Relay Service.
When you share a video using Teams, it is important that you include the system audio. For more information go to Share system audio in a Teams meeting or view the video Sharing a video with audio in a Microsoft Teams online meeting.
Adobe no longer supports Flash Player. For more information check: Flash Player - End of life
Students are provisioned with 50 GB of storage in OneDrive.
Photoshop is available to current students on selected computers in TAFE NSW Libraries. You need your TAFE NSW username and password to access it.
Free Wi-Fi is available to current students at all TAFE NSW Libraries. You need your TAFE NSW username and password to access it.
For more information on Wi-Fi access go to the Wi-Fi LibGuide
You will need your TAFE NSW username and password e.g. john.citizen2 to log on. For further information check the Login help at the Student Portal login page.
You can access your TAFE NSW email through the Student Portal. The email address is your username, followed by @studytafensw.edu.au, e.g. firstname.lastname@example.org
1. Name your Rule e.g. Forward emails
2. Add a condition: Apply to all messages
3. Add an action: Redirect to and enter the email address you want your emails be sent to e.g. your private email address.
If you have accidentally used your TAFE email to "stay signed in to all your [Microsoft] apps", agreed to "use [your TAFEemai] account everywhere on your device", or allowed "my organisation to manage my device", the instructions below will tell you how to remove your device from TAFE Microsoft Management.
Further help is available from the Student Technology Service Desk on 131 601
Library staff may be able to assist you to access applications provided in this library guide. If you are using your own device, please note that a device's age, settings and complexities could mean that it may not be possible to connect your device to the network or use applications provided in this Library guide.
Students must abide by the Acceptable use of information and technology guideline.