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Our students in Certificate III & IV in Visual Arts have successfully taken part in their first exhibition, placing pieces of artwork into ‘T’he art of Dogs’, the inaugural community art show held by Creators Artspace Gallery.
Apply now - give yourself a start, a new direction, or extend your current skills. Gain the skills and knowledge you need to work as part of a health team committed to looking after people's health and wellbeing.
Staff from Wodonga TAFE were invited to attend the New Year’s Eve – Take 2 event in Corryong on Friday the 31st January. The event was organised by the Corryong community and was aimed at supporting locals who had a horrific New Year’s Eve due to the devastation of the bush fires.
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.
Students in some of Wodonga TAFE's creative courses started their orientation this week and got hands-on with colour theory.
If you’re starting at Wodonga TAFE this year, you will no doubt be nervous but excited to get into it. You may be wondering who will be in your classes, where your classes are or what the TAFE has to offer. Fortunately, we’re celebrating our students return with Welcome Day!
Not everyone wants to high-tail it to the big smoke to continue their studies after they finish year 12. We've thought up 10 really great reasons why sticking around the Border for study, is actually the better option!
Practical experience is a feature of the Event Management course on campus at Wodonga TAFE. Become an event management star with the Diploma of Event Management which focuses on all aspects of event management.
As a massage student at Wodonga TAFE you’ll be well set up to be ahead of your competitors in the job market - with plenty of opportunities to learn and practise your skills in real-life remedial massage environments included in your course.
Coming into the New Year means you may be about to start a new academic journey! This can be a bit of an adjustment and is generally very nerve wracking for those who are about to go into tertiary education.
Fortunately, if you’re coming to Wodonga TAFE we have a Support Services team who are there to support you throughout your studies.
With his time at Wodonga TAFE drawing to a close, much loved Horticulture teacher, Alister Rhook reflects back on his time and how the Agriculture & Horticulture Department has grown and some of the biggest changes since he began.
If your young person is rethinking their plans or considering their study options for 2019, help is close at hand!
Take some of the stress out of the decision-making process and ‘phone a friend’ at Wodonga TAFE is the suggested lifeline from Wodonga TAFE.
Our Skills & Jobs HQ offers free services that are available to help make this process easier on all involved.
Who’s getting excited, nervous, don’t care? Went well? Don’t think you did that great? Not looking forward to getting your result? Or really excited and can’t wait to find out? Some of the above?
After such a long time at school, sometimes it seems a big ask to pin all that effort on one result, one ATAR, one score that everyone thinks you need to start your future...
In the spirit of International Volunteer Day today, we thought we would put together a list of all the fantastic benefits of volunteering and why you should volunteer within your local community!
Wodonga TAFE celebrated its Achievement Awards on Wednesday 27 November 2019, at The Cube Wodonga. The annual Celebration of Achievement Awards recognise the outstanding achievements and contributions of students, industry partners, and Wodonga TAFE staff members.
Wodonga TAFE - in partnership with RMIT University and Sunraysia Institute of TAFE on The Centre for Digital Enterprise (C4DE) - is excited to announce the launch of XR LearnHub, the first augmented reality (AR) tool of its kind.
Last week saw our students in the Disability programs celebrate the success of their achievements! Students from Certificates I & II in Work Education, Certificate I in Transition Education, and the Literacy and Numeracy Basics and Work Skills for Life programs took part in two graduation ceremonies that recognised their participation in programs on and off campus.
Wodonga TAFE's Certificate III in Horticulture students had a number of winning entries in the Albury Horticultural Society’s Horticulture competition at the Albury Show last month. The students were also lucky enough to have the competition count as part of an assessment for their ‘Prepare specialised plants’ class here at TAFE.
Wodonga TAFE has FREE TAFE priority courses in 2020.
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