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Wodonga TAFE has been named as a finalist in the Defence Connect Australian Defence Industry Awards for Academic Institution of the Year.
Celebrating its second year, the Defence Connect Australian Defence Industry Awards sets the new benchmark for excellence in defence, recognising the outstanding achievements made by both individuals and firms working in Australian defence industry.
Wodonga TAFE has re-signed as a Pledge Company for 'Soldier On'. Signing a Soldier On Pledge is an agreement to support Australian Defence personnel, veterans and their families by offering a 'Hand up, not a hand out,’ with employment solutions.
As a stand-alone regional training provider, Wodonga TAFE is very proud of its reputation for training the very best of our future workforce, in our facilities that offer the latest in industry-relevant training of a high standard to our apprentices and students.
Wodonga TAFE offers free, accredited training as a short course combining online and workplace-based learning and assessment. This training is available to help staff in critical industries identify and manage the ongoing risk of coronavirus (COVID-19) infections.
Victorian Government has launched the new Working for Victoria Youth Employment Program (YEP). Up to 800 young people will have the opportunity to kickstart their careers and develop their skills for the future.
Build your skills in small business now with these workshops specifically designed for Victorian-based businesses. The workshops are currently being delivered for free, online via Zoom.
Minister for Training and Skills and Higher Education, the Hon Gayle Tierney MP, announced the Retrenched Apprentices and Trainees Program, a collaboration with the Apprenticeship Employment Network.
Wodonga TAFE has won the Academic Institution of the Year Award at the Australian Defence Industry Awards for 2019!
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 offer many courses that are giving students skills in industries that are experience high growth over the next 5 years. With the Governement set to offer FREE TAFE again next year, now is the time to get your name down for the course you've been dreaming of!
After two years in planning, next month Wodonga TAFE will begin the process of installing 600 kilowatts of rooftop solar photovoltaic panels across its McKoy Street, TAFESpace and Logic Centre campuses.
On Wednesday 8 May, Wodonga TAFE will be hosting the Disability Jobs Fair for National Disability Services (NDS). This event is part of a project funded by the Department of Education and Training and aims to promote regional employment in the disability sector.
Wodonga TAFE joins forces with heavy transport companies to offer training opportunities for women embarking on truck driving careers.
Minister for Training and Skills, Gayle Tierney, visited Wodonga TAFE to announce results from the Free TAFE initiative
Wodonga TAFE has acquired two brand new, industry standard cranes to create more opportunities for relevant training in future.
Wodonga TAFE welcomes Alumni, Chris Rissmann, as the newest educator to join the team at Motorsports.
Ex Wodonga TAFE student, and NEIS grad, Zac Hayes, celebrates a win in prestigious business awards with his accounting firm.
It seems to be a common issue for many trades from across our region, and the entire country for that matter, that finding quality apprentices can be hard. Businesses looking to put on an apprentice are well within their rights to expect people that have a good work ethic and are committed to their chosen trade. Unfortunately in many instances this just isn't reality,...
Wodonga TAFE has FREE TAFE priority courses in 2020.
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