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Wodonga TAFE and Albury Wodonga Volunteer Resource Bureau have partnered to run a 3-day basic computer skills course.
If you’re someone who isn’t confident using a computer and wants to learn how to get online this is the program for you!
With many stories and photos of past students and teachers shared, along with a delicious morning tea, the recent get-together of past and present staff in the Access Education program was a great success!
Nature Playgroup provides a unique and natural play environment for families and children to support healthy risk taking, build relationships, and encourage children to be actively involved in caring for nature.
Wodonga TAFE celebrated its Achievement Awards on Wednesday 14 December 2022, at The Cube Wodonga. The TAFE’s annual Celebration of Achievement Awards recognised the outstanding achievements and contributions of students, industry partners, and Wodonga TAFE staff members.
Wodonga TAFE and La Trobe University Albury-Wodonga are excited to partner for a new initiative that will benefit the Early Childhood Education and Care sector.
Last week we wished one of our long-service staff members, Kevin Wyatt a happy retirement. With friends, family, and work colleagues together, it was great to celebrate everything Kev has brought to the TAFE over his 25 years in the sector.
Attendees at this year’s North East Food and Wine Festival can support a worthy cause with a donation to Albury Wodonga FoodShare included in the purchase of branded souvenir festival tasting glasses. Festival tasting glasses will be available for purchase from the Wodonga TAFE Information Booth on site on Saturday 29 October 2022 from 3pm.
A commissioned report by independent evaluators goes beyond the hearsay to reflect the true value of Wodonga TAFE to its local community and beyond. Detailed analysis by trusted firm KPMG provides a comprehensive understanding of Wodonga TAFE’s social and economic impact.
Wodonga TAFE is proud to announce the nomination of teacher Brooke Pallmann as a finalist in the 2022 Victorian Training Awards, for Victorian Teacher of the Year.
WorldSkills Australia’s purpose is to identify, demonstrate, promote and grow the excellence of Australia’s skills development.
Our skills-based competitions operate at regional, national and international levels, and are aligned to the Australian Qualifications Framework. Our National Championship is Australia’s biggest vocational education and excellence competition.
Wodonga TAFE’s childcare centre, ‘Kids on Campus Early Learning Centre’ is proud to be celebrating 30 years of provision of childcare services to the local community.
Wodonga TAFE and Kestrel Recruitment have recently come together to develop a Women in Trades program. This program aims to provide students with exposure to four different trades; Carpentry, Cabinet Making, Plumbing and Electrical.
The Christmas holidays and New Year period can be particularly challenging for a lot of people. This time of the year can add a lot of stress onto what was already a stressful year, so we’ve put together a list of mental health support services available to you over this holiday period.
On Monday, 5 July, during NAIDOC Week, Wodonga TAFE and Mungabareena Aboriginal Corporation will sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU).
The MOU agrees that Wodonga TAFE and Mungabareena will work together in a formal partnership, with both parties bringing expertise, experience and leadership to achieve goals and aspirations to support Indigenous Community.
An upcoming exhibition at The Eddie Kneebone Gallery will showcase the creativity of participants in the ‘Mubal and Bali Photography Program’ from Albury Wodonga Aboriginal Health Service (AWAHS). The exhibition will be held on Thursday 8 July, from 10.30am to 2.30pm at Wodonga TAFE’s McKoy Street campus, as part of NAIDOC Week
Wodonga TAFE’s Agriculture and Horticulture department have continued with their ongoing support of the Upper Murray communities after the devastating bushfires of 2019/2020, and the continued recovery from the impact of COVID-19 on the region.
Wodonga TAFE, Ermha365 and Mental Health Victoria supporting psychosocial disability training.
The Skills First Reconnect Program is designed to help people turn their life around for the better and to assist them into training and employment. Teaming up with a mentor, you are assisted with developing a plan to help you reach your goals, gain motivation and possibly enrol into study and find employment.
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 initiative.