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World Skills 2022

World Skills 2022

WorldSkills Australia’s purpose is to identify, demonstrate, promote and grow the excellence of Australia’s skills development. Our skills-based competitions operate at regional, national and international levels, and are aligned to the Australian Qualifications Framework. Our National Championship is Australia’s biggest vocational education and excellence competition.

Wodonga TAFE and Albury Wodonga Aboriginal Health Service build connections with creativity

Wodonga TAFE and Albury Wodonga Aboriginal Health Service build connections with creativity

As part of NAIDOC Week celebrations, student participants from Albury Wodonga Aboriginal Health Service (AWAHS) celebrated their creativity at Wodonga TAFE, with exhibitions of their work on display. (Note: Gallery open to the public, 9am-4pm Monday to Friday 11-15 July 2022)

Wodonga TAFE and The Centre for Continuing Education launch partnership to build support and educational pathways for students

Wodonga TAFE and The Centre for Continuing Education launch partnership to build support and educational pathways for students

Wodonga TAFE and The Centre for Continuing Education Inc have partnered to deliver upon ‘The Future of Adult Community Education in Victoria 2020-25 Ministerial Statement’ and focus on providing support and education to adults with low prior educational achievement and outcomes. The Ministerial Statement highlights the need to bring services together to ensure cohesive and...

Medal wins for two Wodonga TAFE Commercial Cookery apprentices at AUS-TAFE state finals

Medal wins for two Wodonga TAFE Commercial Cookery apprentices at AUS-TAFE state finals

Two First-Year Commercial Cookery apprentices won medals at the state finals of the AUS-TAFE Culinary Trophy held at Bendigo TAFE last Tuesday, 28 June 2022. Maddison Schloss (employed by Brown Brothers Winery) won a Bronze medal, and Tayah Jack (employed by Bright Brewery) won a Silver medal.

Students in Work Education explore different training areas and course options

Students in Work Education explore different training areas and course options

This term the students completing Certificate I in Transition Education have been researching different training areas. The students looked at the different words that are used for course areas, such as Horticulture instead of Gardening, and Hospitality instead of Cooking. 

Wodonga TAFE Commercial Cookery apprentices qualify for AUS-TAFE state finals

Wodonga TAFE Commercial Cookery apprentices qualify for AUS-TAFE state finals

Wodonga TAFE Commercial Cookery apprentices cooked up a banquet of dishes last week, with two First-Year apprentice chefs winning a place at the State finals of the AUS-TAFE Culinary Trophy.

Work Education students explore 'Black Barn Farm' as part of their focus on local business and retail

Work Education students explore 'Black Barn Farm' as part of their focus on local business and retail

It's not every day you get to milk a goat named Sunday! As part of their focus on local business and retail, students completing the Certificate I in Work Education had the opportunity to participate in a workshop with Jade and Charlie at 'Black Barn Farm' in Stanley. 

Kids on Campus Early Learning Centre celebrating 30 years of care

Kids on Campus Early Learning Centre celebrating 30 years of care

Wodonga TAFE’s childcare centre, ‘Kids on Campus Early Learning Centre’ is proud to be celebrating 30 years of provision of childcare services to the local community. 

Wodonga TAFE leads electric vehicle research project

Wodonga TAFE leads electric vehicle research project

The recently completed E vehicle research project, Driving Smart Specialisation for the Ovens-Murray, provides further insight into the growth within the electric vehicle sector, specifically within the Ovens Murray road corridor, and the upskilling and infrastructure investment required to support this growth.  

Student success with graduates skilled for work in the Hospitality sector

Student success with graduates skilled for work in the Hospitality sector

Wodonga TAFE is celebrating student success for graduates of a new pilot program aimed to meet the employment demand in the Hospitality industry.

Women in Trades Program

Women in Trades Program

Wodonga TAFE and Kestrel Recruitment have recently come together to develop a Women in Trades program. This program aims to provide students with exposure to four different trades; Carpentry, Cabinet Making, Plumbing and Electrical.

Wodonga TAFE to deliver trailblazing Heavy Vehicle Technology Program as a game changer for the nation.

Wodonga TAFE to deliver trailblazing Heavy Vehicle Technology Program as a game changer for the nation.

The Wodonga TAFE Heavy Vehicle Technology Program plans a state-of-the-art innovative heavy vehicle training and experimentation facility, the technical training courses of the future, and a high school to industry pathway scheme. It will be a game changer for the nation. 

Horses for courses - Work Education students team up to support local business

Horses for courses - Work Education students team up to support local business

As part of their vocational studies, students completing their Work Education qualifications have created an outdoor waiting room for 'Lazy Acre Pony Rides' at Stanley. 

Victorian Training Awards Finalist!

Victorian Training Awards Finalist!

Wodonga TAFE, Transport Women Australia Limited (TWAL) with sponsorship from Volvo Australia have been announced as a finalist for the 2021 Victorian Training Awards - Industry Collaboration Award! The Women Driving Transport Careers (WDTC) program has been designed to help reduce the driver shortfall within the transport industry that was identified within the 2016 Volvo Report, and to...

'Crafty Class' creativity as Work Education students build micro businesses

'Crafty Class' creativity as Work Education students build micro businesses

Students completing the Certificate I in Work Education are continuing their creative adventures on campus this term, with their small business projects underway. 

Innovative Training Resources Providing Additional Skills for Mental Health and Disability Workforce

Innovative Training Resources Providing Additional Skills for Mental Health and Disability Workforce

Parliamentary Secretary for Mental Health, Mr Steve Dimopoulos MP, visited Wodonga TAFE today to meet with students, staff, and service providers who have benefited from the creation of newly-designed training resources to be incorporated into the Certificate IV in Mental Health Peer Work and the Certificate IV in Disability, both of which are ‘Free TAFE’ courses in Victoria. 

Wodonga TAFE and Albury Wodonga Aboriginal Health Service creative collaboration brings mums and bubs together

Wodonga TAFE and Albury Wodonga Aboriginal Health Service creative collaboration brings mums and bubs together

An upcoming exhibition at The Eddie Kneebone Gallery will showcase the creativity of participants in the ‘Mubal and Bali Photography Program’ from Albury Wodonga Aboriginal Health Service (AWAHS). The exhibition will be held on Thursday 8 July, from 10.30am to 2.30pm at Wodonga TAFE’s McKoy Street campus, as part of NAIDOC Week

Community Services project enables student and industry consultation

Community Services project enables student and industry consultation

A recent industry breakfast in The Valleys Restaurant brought together Community Services professionals from across our region for validation of course delivery at Wodonga TAFE. This was the culmination of a major course project for this year’s students in Certificate IV in Community Services at Wodonga TAFE, with feedback sought on items relevant to the TAFE’s Community Services...

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