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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.
Starting the job seeking process can be a difficult task and often leaves you wondering where and how to start! Fortunately, we’ve got you covered with our top tips in getting through that job seeking process and landing your next job!
Wodonga TAFE’s revolutionary mobile kitchen training truck has kicked off semester two with regional training in Myrtleford! Students are studying a Certificate II in Kitchen Operations in a commecial kitchen on wheels!
Wodonga TAFE Certificate II in Horticulture students are exposed to, and taught the process of, growing and caring for plants from seedling stage and nurtured right through to the stage where they are sold to good homes.
Motorsports Training Australia opened their doors to the public over the weekend to show off their amazing facilities, V8 supercars and FPV Pursuit Ute and give people an insight into the ins and outs of learning and gaining skills in this niche industry.
Wodonga TAFE and Mainfreight have recently joined forces to put 10 team members through the Women Driving Transport Careers (WDTC) program, which aims to increase women truck drivers in industry, increase driving standards of newly licenced heavy vehicle drivers and increase the number of women working within the transport industry.
Commercial Cookery Apprentices were on campus last week and created warming, filling, delicious pasta creations for TAFE staff to indulge in.
DECA work hard to ensure the safety of truck drivers is at the highest standard in the industry. They have the capability to deliver Rollover Prevention and Stability training to all kinds of national and international transport clients including major liquid petroleum distributors, concrete agitator fleets and general transport.
We answer of the most commonly asked questions around the VCAL program and show a highlight of a day in the life of a VCAL student studying in the Warehousing stream.
Wodonga TAFE will welcome SPELD Victoria’s Senior Psychologist on campus this week to present a professional development session, Understanding Specific Learning Difficulties (SLD) Assessment Reports.
A creative entry from Wodonga TAFE’s VCAL students won at ‘StreetShot’, a state-wide video and photography competition raising awareness about potentially deadly viral hepatitis.
Patisserie students made some delectable hand-made treats on campus last week as part of their Certificate III in Patisserie. Creating treats from scratch in a commercial kitchen facility gives them the hands-on experience they require when embarking on a new career.
How can Horticulture enrich your life? Hear what some of our students have to say about it!
The Certificate III in Horticulture is a fantastic course for both the career aspiring and hobbyists alike.
With units that teach specific skills in such things as weed and pest control, soil improvements and learning about plants and the culture’s they thrive in, you can be sure you will be...
Allison Jenvey, Chair of the Wodonga Institute of TAFE Board is very pleased to announce the appointment of Phil Paterson as Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director.
Wodonga TAFE has FREE TAFE priority courses in 2020.
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