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Mr Olivier Nzovu, a Wodonga TAFE Photography graduate, received recognition as an up-and-coming filmmaker at the 2020 Victorian Multicultural Awards for Excellence.
Students from Wodonga TAFE are supporting a new Business Wodonga ‘Support Local Shop Local’ initiative that aims to boost retail engagement in central Wodonga.
Our Certificate I in Transition Education students felt that the R U OK?Day message was really important this year, more so than any other, and volunteered to help spread the message on campus.
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
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 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.
Congratulations to Wodonga TAFE student Paige Mountford! Paige has been confirmed as a finalist for the 2019 Victorian Training Awards for School-based Trainee of the year! Paige is currently working towards completing a Certificate III in Agriculture through the Wodonga TAFE, AG SCHOOLS program, all the while studying at Castlemaine Secondary College and working at and Ganado Greys.
Tim Hutchings began his career as an Apprentice through Wodonga TAFE many years ago. Read about how his career panned out and how he ended up as a teacher at the very TAFE where he first started his journey.
The traditional year 11 and 12 secondary schooling pathway isn't suited to all learners. We spoke to some of our VCAL students who explained why they chose a different path.
Christian Trebley has enhanced his professional remedial massage qualifications by branching into myotherapy with Wodonga TAFE.
Local student Agnes McAuliffe reflects on the opportunities that arose for her after completing a short course in basic welding.
VCAL students were given the opportunity to participate in practice panel interviews at TAFE recently. These interviews were set up with three 'interviewers' who asked them a series of questions, to help them build confidence and skills that will assist their future job seeking efforts.
Liam Shay shares his experience of starting at Wodonga TAFE as a student, becoming a staff member of TAFE and the opportunities that have since lead him to now be working towards a Masters Degree at University.
Two Wodonga TAFE students were presented with Excellence Awards at La Trobe University Albury Wodonga's graduation ceremony. Both students participated in transitional courses of which begin at TAFE and can lead directly into University.
Wodonga TAFE’s VCAL and Work Education students are back in the hospitality business for 2019 in the newly-funded social initiative, ‘Food Without Barriers’ with Uniting Care Wodonga.
Our hardworking students in the Certificate III in Hospitality turned up the creativity recently for their first assessment of their unit 'prepare and serve non-alcoholic beverages'.
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.