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Our Commercial Cookery apprentices put their skills to a fast-paced test with an on-campus restaurant service early last week. Food was prepared in the commercial kitchens on campus by the 3rd-year apprentices who are completing Certificate III in Commercial Cookery, with all restaurant services provided by our students enrolled in Certificate III in Hospitality.
On campus today, students in the Certificate I in Transition Education class planted Australian native trees as part of a volunteering project for Planet Ark’s National Tree Day
Friday 7th August Wodonga TAFE is supporting Jeans for Genes day!
Every minute, 12 children across the globe are born with a birth defect or incurable genetic disease; by supporting Jeans for Genes we can help the Children’s Medical Research Institute find cures for children’s genetic diseases.
Staff from our Education and Vocational Skills department turned their skills and creativity into making protective face masks last week, with a production session on the go in the Fashion Design studio.
Tony has been nominated for Vocational Student of the Year in this year’s Victorian Training Awards, and completed Certificate III in Allied Health Assistance with Wodonga TAFE in 2019.
Simon studied the Diploma of Community Services with Wodonga TAFE, and was awarded as a ‘2019 Student of the Year’ at our Celebration of Achievement Awards late last year.
Congratulations to Tilly Waite, who has been nominated for the 2020 Victorian Training Awards for ‘Teacher/Trainer of the Year’.
By building on the Certificate III in Fitness (Fitness Instructor level), the Certificate IV in Fitness is the qualification you need to step out further, as a Personal Trainer and more.
Our Kids on Campus Early Learning Centre is still operating, and we welcome all our enrolled children into our daily programs. We assure you, our families and community, that we are working hard to continue to provide a safe and hygienic environment for you and your children to attend.
Congratulations to former Wodonga TAFE Certificate III in Landscape Construction (AHC30916) Apprentice Ryan Leman, who has been nominated for the 2020 Victorian Training Awards for Apprentice of the Year! Ryan is currently working for Stuart Gordon Landscaping & Paving Specialists as a Foreman, having completed his apprenticeship in July 2019.
Time’s running out to get yourself started in a midyear course – but there’s still some great opportunities available. Some of these courses are also part of the FREE TAFE* initiative – check out the course list to find the course you’re interested in.
Did you complete training with us in 2019? If so, you may be invited to participate in the National Student Outcomes Survey, Australia’s largest survey of VET students.
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.
The Wodonga Skills and Jobs Centre – operated from Wodonga TAFE – offers a range of services to help you get back into the job market.
The professional Skills and Jobs team offers individuals and businesses support with their employment opportunities, career-building and mapping, job-seeking services, and much more!
Corey is a student in the Certificate III in Print Communications at Wodonga TAFE and has already been hands-on in a successful media production role.
There are lots of reasons for people to start something new - such as enrolling in a course - midway through the year. Do YOU need a reason?
Huge congrats to one of our past students, Julie Kettyle – pastry chef extraordinaire! Julie recently received notification of her success in being awarded an Australian Overseas Foundation scholarship and is excitedly planning her travel itinerary for when international borders re-open.
National Reconciliation Week (27 May-3 June) incorporates two very important days in Australian History: National Sorry Day (26 May) and Mabo Day (3 June). The theme for the 2020 Reconciliation Week is ‘In This Together’ which is more fitting now, than ever.
Wodonga TAFE has FREE TAFE priority courses in 2020.
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