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Parliamentary Secretary for Mental Health, Mr Steve Dimopoulos MP, visited Wodonga TAFE today to meet with students, staff, and service providers who have benefited from the creation of newly-designed training resources to be incorporated into the Certificate IV in Mental Health Peer Work and the Certificate IV in Disability, both of which are ‘Free TAFE’ courses in Victoria.
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
Meet Brianna Pullen! Recently, Brianna agreed to be the guest speaker at our School Experience Day, a day that gives school students the opportunity to gain knowledge on what Wodonga TAFE has to offer in a hands-on and practical way. Speaking to over 100 of her peers was a big experience for Brianna, and something she did exceptionally well.
A recent industry breakfast in The Valleys Restaurant brought together Community Services professionals from across our region for validation of course delivery at Wodonga TAFE. This was the culmination of a major course project for this year’s students in Certificate IV in Community Services at Wodonga TAFE, with feedback sought on items relevant to the TAFE’s Community Services...
Wodonga TAFE Fashion Design student and young professional designer, Ms Lillardia Briggs-Houston, showcased her design skills on the fashion runway at the 25th anniversary of ‘Afterpay Australian Fashion Week’ held in Sydney last week.
Passionate about planes, students completing the Certificate I in Work Education were thrilled to explore Albury’s aviation history last week.
Support our VCAL students with their fundraiser!
Hairdressing professional and coordinator of Wodonga TAFE’s Hairdressing program, Ms Zoe Wilde, was recently announced as a finalist in the ‘2021 Australian Hair Industry Awards Creative’.
Find out more about Cafeteria trading hours, along with this week's menu.
Apply now for midyear 2021 - course applications are open for a range of community services and health courses.
Book your hair appointment with our talented 2nd-year Hairdressing students, with ladies and men's cuts, colours, foils, and treatments now available via appointment!
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.
Students in the Allied Health Assistance courses at Wodonga TAFE recently took part in some practical sessions on campus where they were able to find out more about a range of assistive products and mobility aids.
Staff from across Wodonga TAFE came together yesterday to celebrate the service of a much-loved staff member and reminisce as memories were shared.
Wodonga TAFE’s Kids on Campus Early Learning Centre welcomed the Victorian government’s recent announcement of the ‘Kinder Tick’ initiative for approved and funded kindergarten programs. Centre Director, Ms Donna Johan, said the team at Kids on Campus Early Learning Centre worked hard to ensure that programming provided to the kindergarten-aged children in the...
Wodonga TAFE is piloting a new model of course delivery to benefit students across our region. The ‘Rural Access Project’ aims to deliver a range of valuable skills in customer service, business, retail, and hospitality, alongside a nationally recognised qualification in Tourism, to participants from some of the most remote towns in the Towong, Indigo, and Alpine Shires.
Shout out to all the health care workers who work tirelessly as part of a team to look after others! To the highly trained health care professionals and health support workers across our region, working to keep our communities safe.
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 and JobTrainer initiatives.