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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.
In Australia there are over 116,000 people experiencing homelessness on any given night. Homelessness Week aims to raise awareness of the impact of homelessness on Australia via national and local community events, including providing information on the importance of housing as a solution and educating communities on how they can make a difference.
As part of NAIDOC Week celebrations, student participants from Albury Wodonga Aboriginal Health Service (AWAHS) celebrated their creativity at Wodonga TAFE, with exhibitions of their work on display. (Note: Gallery open to the public, 9am-4pm Monday to Friday 11-15 July 2022)
Wodonga TAFE and The Centre for Continuing Education Inc have partnered to deliver upon ‘The Future of Adult Community Education in Victoria 2020-25 Ministerial Statement’ and focus on providing support and education to adults with low prior educational achievement and outcomes. The Ministerial Statement highlights the need to bring services together to ensure cohesive and...
Wodonga TAFE is excited to be one of the first training providers in Wodonga, Victoria, to begin its involvement with the Hidden Disabilities Sunflower initiative. All Staff at Wodonga TAFE have completed necessary training to help recognise the Sunflower, gain a deeper understanding of what non-visible disabilities are and learn how to approach and support colleagues and students that are...
Two First-Year Commercial Cookery apprentices won medals at the state finals of the AUS-TAFE Culinary Trophy held at Bendigo TAFE last Tuesday, 28 June 2022. Maddison Schloss (employed by Brown Brothers Winery) won a Bronze medal, and Tayah Jack (employed by Bright Brewery) won a Silver medal.
We've sussed out an info sheet on some easy to implement hacks in order to help you maximise the release of happiness chemicals; without the sun shining as often during the winter months and the lack of Vitamin D, it’s so important we look after ourselves and each other, so try some of these hacks to lift your mood.
This term the students completing Certificate I in Transition Education have been researching different training areas. The students looked at the different words that are used for course areas, such as Horticulture instead of Gardening, and Hospitality instead of Cooking.
Wodonga TAFE Commercial Cookery apprentices cooked up a banquet of dishes last week, with two First-Year apprentice chefs winning a place at the State finals of the AUS-TAFE Culinary Trophy.
Skye Sharpe, one of our recently qualified Parks & Gardens apprentices has been successful in her nomination as a finalist for the upcoming 2022 NSW Training Awards – Riverina/Murray Region within the Apprentice of the Year category. The awards are being held in Griffith at 6.30pm Thursday 9 June, 2022.
It's not every day you get to milk a goat named Sunday! As part of their focus on local business and retail, students completing the Certificate I in Work Education had the opportunity to participate in a workshop with Jade and Charlie at 'Black Barn Farm' in Stanley.
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.
Wear rainbow to show your support for IDAHOBIT Day!
IDAHOBIT is the International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia, Interphobia and Transphobia held on the 17 May each year.
The recently completed E vehicle research project, Driving Smart Specialisation for the Ovens-Murray, provides further insight into the growth within the electric vehicle sector, specifically within the Ovens Murray road corridor, and the upskilling and infrastructure investment required to support this growth.
Students and staff celebrated a graduation ceremony on campus last Thursday evening, with 13 participants completing the inaugural ‘Teach Your Profession’ Program.
Wodonga TAFE is celebrating student success for graduates of a new pilot program aimed to meet the employment demand in the Hospitality industry.
Specifically designed for Victorian-based businesses, workshops from Small Business Victoria are currently being offered online and are free of charge.
With Wodonga TAFE celebrating Harmony Week we thought we would share with you just what Harmony Week is, why it’s important, and what you can do to show your support!
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.