Are you ready to make a start towards your career as a Health or Community Services professional?

Thursday, 10 September 2020

Course applications are open for community services and health courses commencing early in 2021. Applications are also open for 2020 for Education Support, Leisure & Health,  Myotherapy, and the Course in Identifying and Responding to Family Violence Risk - please see the table below for relevant application closing dates. 

 
COURSES COMMENCING IN 2020 APPLICATION CLOSING DATES
  • Certificate IV in Education Support (course commences 16 October 2020)
16 September 2020
  • Certificate IV in Leisure and Health (course commences 8 October 2020)
25 September 2020
  • Advanced Diploma of Myotherapy (course commences 10 October 2020) - for qualified RMTs
28 September 2020
  • Course in Identifying and Responding to Family Violence Risk
30 October 2020
   
COURSES COMMENCING IN 2021 APPLICATION CLOSING DATES
  • Diploma of Nursing
23 October 2020
  • Certificate IV in Community Services
13 November 2020
  • Certificate IV in Mental Health Peer Work
13 November 2020
  • Certificate IV in Education Support
13 November 2020
  • Certificate IV in Disability
13 November 2020
  • Diploma of Community Services
30 November 2020
  • Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care
30 November 2020
  • Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care
30 November 2020
  • Certificate III in Individual Support (Ageing, Home and Community)
21 December 2020
  • Certificate IV in Allied Health Assistance
21 December 2020
  • Course in Identifying and Responding to Family Violence Risk
15 January 2021
  • Certificate III in Fitness
18 January 2021
  • Certificate IV in Massage Therapy
1 February 2021
  • Diploma of Remedial Massage
1 February 2021

If you’re keen to make a start towards your career as a professional in the Health or Community Services sector, you’ll be stepping into an industry with high employment outcomes. 

Our students graduate with relevant and current skills that are in high demand with employers. With many hours of hands-on experience completed as part of their course, students are well prepared to go straight into employment. Or, if they wish to continue with study, they are eligible to gain credit into a bachelor degree at university.

The employment outlook for community services and health graduates is extremely positive, with employment in the Health Care and Social Assistance sector projected to increase by 15% over the next four years. (Source: Employment Outlook to May 2024 - Report, Labour Market Information Portal, www.lmip.gov.au) 

Wodonga TAFE is proud to be one of the largest providers of Vocational Education and Training to the Community Services and Health sector in the North East region. Courses are available across a range of industry areas including nursing, community services, early childhood education and care, education support, disability, fitness, massage therapy and remedial massage, myotherapy, allied health assistance, leisure and health, and individual support (aged care, home and community).

Apply online now!

Visit our course information for more details and to apply, www.wodongatafe.edu.au/courses/health-community

Please note: We reserve the right to close course intakes early. Many courses have limited places and high demand. Early applications are recommended. We reserve the right to cancel intakes and courses if there are insufficient student numbers.

 

 

Free TAFE in 2020

Wodonga TAFE has FREE TAFE priority courses in 2020.

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