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Wodonga TAFE Teacher Wins VAEAI 2019 Wurreker Teacher/Trainer Award
Our Certificate IV in Allied Health Assistance students had the opportunity recently to put their new skills to the test with a practical assessment clinic.
R U OK day is a national day of action dedicated to reminding everyone to ask “Are you ok?” and to remember, not just today but every day of the year, to support those who may be struggling with life’s ups and downs.
The Free TAFE initiative is back for 2020!
With the aim of breaking the financial barriers for students wanting to train in courses that lead to priority occupations, the Victorian Government is continuing their Free TAFE for Priority Courses Initiative in 2020.
Congratulations to Wodonga TAFE student Paige Mountford! Paige has been confirmed as a finalist for the 2019 Victorian Training Awards for School-based Trainee of the year! Paige is currently working towards completing a Certificate III in Agriculture through the Wodonga TAFE, AG SCHOOLS program, all the while studying at Castlemaine Secondary College and working at and Ganado Greys.
Locals in the Towong, Indigo and Alpine Shire are being offered FREE assistance to re-engage with further education and employment through Wodonga TAFE which recently secured an additional 50 places to their highly successful Reconnect Program.
The one day Quad Bike Training course offers particpants an opportunity to learn all the fundamentals of safe operation and handling of quad bikes for work and at home. This minimises the very high risk of injury and death often accompanying quad bike usage.
Don't skimp on Father's day gifts this year. Ties are old news. Leave the chocolate for yourself! Get Dad the gift of a skill he can utilise in the sporting industry!
Gain the basics of welding skills with the Introduction to Welding short course. Run over 2 Saturdays for 4 hours each, you will be well versed in everything you need to know for small welding jobs around the home or at work.
A personal LinkedIn page acts like an online resume, with opportunities to include your skillset, employment history, education, interest, and so much more.
But is it actually worth having a LinkedIn page?
Wodonga TAFE have recruited a new OH&S trainer, who is ready and available to service all businesses/organisations across the local region.
As a business owner, this Health and Safety Representative (HSR) Initial OHS Training course is suitable for you or your employees, regardless of the industry you operate in.
Our Parks and Gardens apprentices are given the opportunity to practise their learned skills by maintaining the beautiful grounds on our McKoy street campus.
It can be a little overwhelming for year 12's when they are faced with a whole lot of information and acronyms in relation to applying for further study. Wodonga TAFE offers a 'direct entry' option which takes away all of that pressure!
Enrolments are now open for aspiring creatives to lock in their places for the 2020 creative industries courses at Wodonga TAFE!
If you haven’t been exposed to it, some of the terminology used within the telecommunications industry can be confusing. The following is a list of some general terms used within the industry to build up your knowledge!
“Vocational diplomas in construction, engineering, and commerce typically lead to higher lifetime incomes than many low-ATAR university graduates are likely to earn”, states the recently released report from The Grattan Institute.
Meet Wodonga TAFEs new Aboriginal Liaison Officer (ALO), Katrice May, learn about her background, her current role as an ALO and how she went from being a student at Wodonga TAFE to ALO.
Students in Wodonga TAFE’s Fitness courses will benefit from a new training partnership with local business, PT Fitness Private Studio.
Wodonga TAFE has FREE TAFE priority courses in 2020.
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