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Wodonga TAFE are developing a brand new training centre for students of the Early Childhood Education and Care qualification that is set to lead the way for the future training of this industry. The centre is to be built within the current Kids on Campus Early Learning Centre that is already there.
Wodonga TAFE has heard the call for support and donations for victims of the devastating fires in NSW. Showing our support we have banded together to provide much needed assistance in this terrible disaster for farmers.
Work ConnectED is a hands on careers event offering job seekers, students and career changers the opportunity to network with local businesses and talk to them about real job opportunities in the area.
Wodonga TAFE Teacher Wins VAEAI 2019 Wurreker Teacher/Trainer Award
Wodonga TAFE’s revolutionary mobile kitchen training truck has kicked off semester two with regional training in Myrtleford! Students are studying a Certificate II in Kitchen Operations in a commecial kitchen on wheels!
Wodonga TAFE and Mainfreight have recently joined forces to put 10 team members through the Women Driving Transport Careers (WDTC) program, which aims to increase women truck drivers in industry, increase driving standards of newly licenced heavy vehicle drivers and increase the number of women working within the transport industry.
Allison Jenvey, Chair of the Wodonga Institute of TAFE Board is very pleased to announce the appointment of Phil Paterson as Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director.
After two years in planning, next month Wodonga TAFE will begin the process of installing 600 kilowatts of rooftop solar photovoltaic panels across its McKoy Street, TAFESpace and Logic Centre campuses.
Transport NSW have released a new campaign called 'Be Truck Aware' which focuses on educating drivers how to ensure safety when sharing the roads with trucks. We have listed some simple tips that help you to be a more supportive and safe driver on our roads.
The Hands on Trades Careers Expo at Winton Motor Raceway was a day full of action, adventure, competitions and FUN!
Wodonga TAFE celebrated the end of Education Week by welcoming a large number of New South Wales secondary school students on campus for its second School Experience Day for 2019.
Kids on Campus have had a big and exciting week. Being awarded a grant from Woolworths and Landcare for their new sustainability policy, while also hosting their very first open day this Saturday 18 May!
Wodonga TAFE joined forces with local community groups to assist with the creation of the Burraja Bush Tucker Garden.
On Wednesday 8 May, Wodonga TAFE will be hosting the Disability Jobs Fair for National Disability Services (NDS). This event is part of a project funded by the Department of Education and Training and aims to promote regional employment in the disability sector.
Wodonga TAFE’s new mobile training kitchen has arrived and was launched in Tallangatta on Friday 22 March 2019.
Wodonga TAFE staff and students came together in celebration of Harmony Day this week. Showing support for inclusiveness and multiculturalism on campus and within our community.
The Free TAFE for Priority Courses program is increasing the opportunity for our local community, by helping reskill and/or upskill locals and assist to develop our community for a prosperous future.
Wodonga TAFE entered a team to participate in the Big Splash to show support and raise much needed funds for mental health awareness.
Wodonga TAFE student, Sheldon Smith, has been honoured with the award for Wodonga’s Young Citizen of the year 2019 by Wodonga Council.
Wodonga TAFE welcomes Alumni, Chris Rissmann, as the newest educator to join the team at Motorsports.
Ex Wodonga TAFE student, and NEIS grad, Zac Hayes, celebrates a win in prestigious business awards with his accounting firm.
The North East Food and Wine Festival is celebrating its seventh year running and will be held in Wodonga on Saturday 16 March at Junction Square. Proudly presented by Wodonga TAFE, in collaboration with industry professionals, the very popular event will be held at a later time of 3pm – 8pm for a lovely twilight atmosphere.
Supporting the important services that are provided by Hume Veterans Information Centre is just one way that Wodonga TAFE is able to give back to our community, as we rise to the challenge of setting the benchmark for community leadership in our local region.
The launch of the MNC and Wodonga TAFE partnership will be held on Thursday 31 January at 11am, there will be morning tea provided and is an open invitation for the local community.
Wodonga TAFE has FREE TAFE priority courses in 2020.
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