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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 heard the call for support and donations for victims of the devastating fires in NSW. Showing our support we have banded together to provide much needed assistance in this terrible disaster for farmers.
Our Nursing students had their first hands-on session with new simulation manikins this week, as part of their ‘assisted daily living tasks’ class in the Nursing lab.
Wodonga TAFE Transport & Logistics department teachers; Steven Lillis and Allan Skinner were again invited by the Gypsum Board Manufacturers of Australasia (GBMA), and specifically by Winstone Wallboards (GIB) (NZ), to participate as judges in this year’s Trans-Tasman GBMA Safety Challenge.
Creative students at Wodonga TAFE are once again looking forward to showcasing their works at ‘FUSE’, the upcoming Student Exhibition and Fashion Show. FUSE will be held on campus from 6pm on Thursday 28 November 2019 at The Valleys Restaurant and Building G.
Good MOrning! We are nearly two weeks into MOvember and to support their Men’s Health promotion our Community Services and Health department staff are raising awareness and funds for this cause.
On October 24, Wodonga TAFE successfully hosted the borders largest career event, Work ConnectED.
In collaboration with TAFE NSW, Wodonga TAFE hosted Work ConnectED, with the aim of connecting job seekers, career changers and students with potential employers within the Albury Wodonga region.
Students completing Certificate IV in Community Services are presenting a project this week to create a sense of community on campus, raise awareness, and generate discussion about the need for more blood and organ donors. The student-led event ‘Blood 4 the Border’ will be held this Wednesday 30 October 2019 from 12pm-2pm on campus with a fun Halloween theme.
On 10 October, Wodonga TAFE hosted an Employment Market Seminar, featuring discussions targeting the employment service businesses as well as Wodonga TAFE staff.
Ivan Neville, Assistant Secretary of the Labour Market Research and Analysis Branch, presented information on the employment industry within the Albury Wodonga region, highlighting where the gaps are and the highest and lowest...
According to Fashion Design teacher Deidre Liston, all her students are winners! Not just the ones whose garments win awards.
In addition to the popular daytime course that runs Mondays to Wednesdays on campus, the Certificate IV in Interior Decoration is now offered via evening delivery at Wodonga TAFE to suit people already working in the design industry.
Our design students get to participate in projects for real clients in the local area, this helps them to get greater understanding and experience for their chosen careers.
Three Wodonga TAFE-trained Commercial Cookery apprentices won medals in the State final of the AUS-TAFE 2019 Culinary Trophy in Melbourne recently.
Wodonga TAFE has completed the installation of 600 kilowatts of rooftop solar panels (1584 total) across its McKoy Street campus, TAFESpace and Logic Centre facilities to reduce environment impact. The solar panels have officially been turned on and are already significantly reducing Wodonga TAFE’s carbon footprint.
Work ConnectED is a hands on careers event offering job seekers, students and career changers the opportunity to network with local businesses and talk to them about real job opportunities in the area.
Wodonga TAFE is proud to present a professional development opportunity for health professionals in support of ‘2019 Global Year Against Pain in the Most Vulnerable’. The Global Pain Conference will be held on 11 November 2019, 8.30am-4.30pm, at The Commercial Club, 618 Dean Street, Albury, and is supported by the Australian Pain Society.
Find the right training for the job you want! Don't let fees be a barrier - Wodonga TAFE has courses available under the Free TAFE and JobTrainer initiatives.