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Two Wodonga TAFE students were presented with Excellence Awards at La Trobe University Albury Wodonga's graduation ceremony. Both students participated in transitional courses of which begin at TAFE and can lead directly into University.
Each year Wodonga TAFE hosts a Knowledge Share event for all staff to participate in skill building workshops for professional development. This year was capped off with African Drumming and a Reward and Recognition celebration.
Minister for Training and Skills, Gayle Tierney, visited Wodonga TAFE to announce results from the Free TAFE initiative
Student led clinic for massage students at Wodonga TAFE gives them the opportunity to practice real world business skills during their studies.
Secondary School students have the opportunity to visit Wodonga TAFE and engage in a variety of activities related to training in particular industries. This program runs once per Term and is a truly fun and engaging day.
Wodonga TAFE’s Community Services and Health ‘Class of 2018’ celebrated their graduation earlier this week, at The Cube Wodonga.
Wodonga TAFE’s new mobile training kitchen has arrived and was launched in Tallangatta on Friday 22 March 2019.
A basic woodworking short course offered at Wodonga TAFE is proving to be quite the draw card for DIY'ers. With knowledgeable teachers offering a host of timber knowledge and skill building opportunities.
Wodonga TAFE staff and students came together in celebration of Harmony Day this week. Showing support for inclusiveness and multiculturalism on campus and within our community.
Wodonga TAFE offers a program ‘Admin on Tap’ for students wanting to gain employment in office administration. Incorporating two days of study with one day of work experience in a real work environment.
The Free TAFE for Priority Courses program is increasing the opportunity for our local community, by helping reskill and/or upskill locals and assist to develop our community for a prosperous future.
Wodonga TAFE’s VCAL and Work Education students are back in the hospitality business for 2019 in the newly-funded social initiative, ‘Food Without Barriers’ with Uniting Care Wodonga.
Our hardworking students in the Certificate III in Hospitality turned up the creativity recently for their first assessment of their unit 'prepare and serve non-alcoholic beverages'.
Professionals from industry shared their expertise recently with students commencing in the Certificate IV in Community Services.
Wodonga TAFE has acquired two brand new, industry standard cranes to create more opportunities for relevant training in future.
On Friday March 8th, Wodonga TAFE CEO Mark Dixon announced he would be leaving Wodonga TAFE to take on a new role as CEO at the City of Wodonga.
Wodonga TAFE entered a team to participate in the Big Splash to show support and raise much needed funds for mental health awareness.
Wodonga TAFE student, Sheldon Smith, has been honoured with the award for Wodonga’s Young Citizen of the year 2019 by Wodonga Council.
Wodonga TAFE has FREE TAFE priority courses in 2020.
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