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What our staff say

'The main reason I enjoy working at Wodonga TAFE is servicing and interacting with my clients. Keryne Walsh, Administration
My most important aim each day is to strive to build a rapport with each student to help me care for their needs.' 

Keryne Walsh
Administration Officer, Customer Service Team


'I started working at Wodonga TAFE in 1987, and never thought for one minute I would still be here today. Deb Delahunty, Teacher

Longevity in one workplace would normally get repetitive, but teaching brings new students, new training packages, new technologies, and new challenges.

I’ve had the privilege of working with truly wonderful people, staff here at Wodonga TAFE and those in the diverse horticultural industry. I can appreciate the way teaching has evolved over the years and Wodonga TAFE’s flexibility when dealing with trainees and apprentices now has me spending as much time in industry as I do in the classroom.'

Deb Delahunty 
Teacher, Agriculture and Horticulture


'Working at Wodonga TAFE enables you to work with cutting-edge technology  Duane Hicks, Teacher
and industry specialists in a flexible work environment.'

Duane Hicks
Teacher, Fabrication and Welding


'I first worked at Wodonga TAFE as part of my high school work experience program.  Tan Limbrick, Business Analyst

Now, over 20 years later, I’m still here and loving it! I’ve had the opportunity to work in many different roles and also spent six years working on a specialised project in Melbourne.  Wodonga TAFE has provided me with opportunities to develop myself both professionally and personally.

After taking maternity leave to have children I was thrilled with the flexibility provided to me when I returned to work.  I was able to combine working from home as well as in the office. And now that I’m working full-time I love that Wodonga TAFE has a fantastic child care centre onsite!'

Tania Limbrick
Business Systems Analyst, Information and Communications Technology


'Being a mature-aged person, I'd thought my options to change professions Bryan Winnett, Teacherwere limited, but Wodonga TAFE gave me this opportunity. 

After 26 years as a nurse and psychiatric clinician, Wodonga TAFE recognised my skills and sponsored my training as a teacher in Learner Services.

Wodonga TAFE has a genuine commitment to excellence in education - offering education to all, through clear pathways.’

Bryan Winnett
Teacher, Learner Services


Keryne Walsh, Administration Officer
Keryne Walsh, Administration Officer