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North East Food & Wine Festival a twilight delight for 2019

North East Food & Wine Festival a twilight delight for 2019

The North East Food and Wine Festival is returning to Junction Square on Saturday 16 March 2019. With a new time of 3pm to 8pm, the annual event will showcase a variety of food, produce and goods, wines, beers, cordials and sodas. 

Exploring career options with our Work Education students

Exploring career options with our Work Education students

Poppy the Therapy Dog was a special visitor to the classroom recently for our students in the Certificate I in Work Education.

 

Ensuring Student Success with Support Services

Ensuring Student Success with Support Services

Wodonga TAFE offers a large variety of support and learner services for enrolled students to help with their study success.

Welcome back to Nature Playgroup for 2019

Welcome back to Nature Playgroup for 2019

The aim of Nature Playgroup is for the children to engage with the outdoors and nature whatever the weather, and to enjoy their natural world and outdoor play. 

TAFE Alumni our new Motorsports Educator

TAFE Alumni our new Motorsports Educator

Wodonga TAFE welcomes Alumni, Chris Rissmann, as the newest educator to join the team at Motorsports. 

Community Services sector Expo connecting student workforce with industry

Community Services sector Expo connecting student workforce with industry

Service providers from across the Community Services sector visited Wodonga TAFE’s McKoy Street campus to share their industry perspective with the up-and-coming workforce.

Business success for ex Wodonga TAFE student

Business success for ex Wodonga TAFE student

Ex Wodonga TAFE student, and NEIS grad, Zac Hayes, celebrates a win in prestigious business awards with his accounting firm.

New Time for Food and Wine Festival

New Time for Food and Wine Festival

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.

Welcoming New Students with O-Week at Wodonga TAFE

Welcoming New Students with O-Week at Wodonga TAFE

O-Week at Wodonga TAFE is upon us! Starts Monday 11 February with activities happening all week. See here for a schedule of events and activities that willo be on offer to all of our new students for 2019.

Wodonga TAFE proud to support Defence Community Organisation

Wodonga TAFE proud to support Defence Community Organisation

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.

Wodonga TAFE services available at Myrtleford Neighbourhood Centre

Wodonga TAFE services available at Myrtleford Neighbourhood Centre

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.

Uni offers are on the way – what next?

Uni offers are on the way – what next?

If you’re kicking around your options for uni or further study, or looking for work instead of more study right now, our careers counsellors offer free and impartial advice that can help get you sorted. They can help you plan your career pathway. And if you need further support, then our qualified counsellors are available to talk to… no decision making necessary....

Kenilworth Ivy

Kenilworth Ivy

A cute little plant with a host of common names is the Cymbalaria muralis.  Its common names include Ivy-leaf Toadflax, Coliseum Ivy, Oxford Ivy and Kenilworth Ivy.  In Italy it is called ‘The Plant of the Madonna’.  This plant is endearing because it’s so easy to grow.  It will thrive in most soils and conditions as long as it gets plenty of...

Illawarra Flame Tree

Illawarra Flame Tree

Most of us are familiar with the common name Illawarra Flame Tree.  It’s a well know plant thanks in part to the song ‘Flame Trees’ sung by Cold Chisels Jimmy Barnes. The Illawarra Flame Tree is botanically known as Brachychiton acerifolius – from brachys, (short) and chiton, (tunic).  This relates to the coating on the seed. The word ‘tunic’...

Christmas has come early for Agriculture and Horticulture team!

Christmas has come early for Agriculture and Horticulture team!

Our Agriculture and Horticulture team are excited and raring to go for the 2019 year with the arrival of some new machinery!

Conservation and Land Management with Wodonga TAFE

Conservation and Land Management with Wodonga TAFE

The environment is important to the livelihood of many Australian’s, with Indigenous people, farming families and many others having close links to the land. Studying at Wodonga TAFE will provide you the necessary skills to begin your CLM career, ensuring the hands on experience gained during the course will prepare you for an exciting career!

Colour for Christmas

Colour for Christmas

Over the Christmas period is when some plants are at their absolute best.  There are a number of plants that do well in pots and they would make a great living Christmas tree or could even be used to decorate a table or a room for the festive day.

CLM Employment Sectors

CLM Employment Sectors

Welcome to the second release of our helpful three-part guide! In this article we will be defining the five main employment sectors for the CLM industry, giving you a better understanding of the different types of work that is completed in the industry. Links are also included to relevant websites for each sector, allowing you to research more about the sector that interests you!

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