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TAFE NSW Casino is located in the heart of the friendly township that provides a great place to learn and to live. WiFi access across the campus makes the beautiful grounds and landscaped gardens a popular place for students to study and socialise.
TAFE NSW Casino is home to a specialist centre providing hands-on experience and specific skills in shopfitting, kitchen and detailed joinery trades training. The campus also offers a range of general and specialist vocational education and training programs including building, engineering, general education, information technology, office administration, health and indigenous studies.
Set on the banks of the Richmond River in the Bundjalung Aboriginal nation, Casino is known for its quality beef and agricultural production and acts as the main service centre for the Richmond Valley.
Take the next step towards your dream job with one of the courses on offer at TAFE NSW Casino.
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National Simultaneous Storytime.
Now in its 17th successful year, it is a colourful, vibrant, fun event that aims to promote the value of reading and literacy,
Today Casino TAFE childcare students read and performed a dramatisation to pre-schoolers at St Mary’s Preschool of this years book "The Cow Tripped Over The Moon”
The excursion was a huge success and the children and staff thoroughly enjoyed their performance.
WANT TO WORK IN CHILDCARE? Visit Student Central Casino for semester 2 enrolments or call 1300 628 233 and speak to our friendly staff.
DO YOU WANT A CAREER IN IN THE NSW POLICE FORCE?
The Indigenous Police Recruitment Our Way Delivery Program (IPROWD) supports Aboriginal and/or Torres Straight Islander people in the journey of becoming a police officer.
Want to know more?
Visit us at the Casino TAFE, visit www.iprowd.tafensw.edu.au or call the IPROWD team on 1300 823 939.
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FREE TAFE COURSE
Starting this week Casino TAFE is running a Certificate I in Business for two days per week -.
Monday & Tuesday 9.00 am - 2.30 pm both days for 9 weeks.
A fantastic course for anybody just beginning to learn business skills or wanting to learn new skills.
Drop into Casino Student Central or call 1300 628 233 to get started in this course.
The Casino TAFE Campus will REOPEN tomorrow Tuesday 4 April. For information on classes running please visit our website https://rightpath.northcoasttafe.edu.au/app/answers/detail/a_id/20311
CAMPUS CLOSURE UPDATE AS AT SUNDAY 2 APRIL: The CASINO TAFE Campus will remain closed for classes and enrolment on Monday 3 April, due to severe flooding across the region. Further information about the conditions can be found here - http://www.bom.gov.au/nsw/warnings/. We will provide further updates at 4PM tomorrow afternoon (Monday). Please stay safe.
CAMPUS CLOSURE UPDATE: The Casino TAFE Campus remains closed across the weekend, due to severe flooding across the region. We will update this page on Sunday 2nd April at 4:00PM, with advice on whether the campus will be open on Monday 3rd April. Further information about the conditions can be found here - http://www.bom.gov.au/nsw/warnings/
Lismore and Casino TAFE Campuses will be closed from 3pm today due to heavy rain and warnings of flooding. More updates about the campus closures to come.
Conditions can be further monitored at the following websites:
Want to work in the booming civil construction industry?
TEAM Training, TAFE NSW civil construction training partner, will be holding a free civil construction information session at Terranora on Wednesday 5th April from 10:30am.
This is your chance to skill up for a job on the Pacific Highway upgrade and help build our future infrastructure. Call 1300 799 251 to register today.
We are incredibly proud of Judy Anne Bell who made a bold decision returning to study at 59 years young and has found a fulfilling new career in childcare.
In 2015 when Judy Anne received news that her employer was restructuring and her role was being assigned new responsibilities which would see her out on the road and the world as she knew it started to fall apart.
“I had a comfortable job that could see me through to retirement and then all of a sudden it was turned on its head, I was left floundering,”
After some time spent recovering from the shock, Judy Anne, an accomplished project officer, took the opportunity to reflect on her skills and passions and decided to return to study the Certificate III Early Childhood Education and Care at TAFE NSW Casino.
Since graduating, Judy Anne has this year found employment with Fairy Mount Preschool where Ann Christie, Head Educator, says has made a strong start in the profession.
“It has been wonderful having Judy join the centre, I feel like I can trust her to make good, safe decisions for our children and she is calm, gentle and considered. She is very capable, objective, respectful and compassionate. We are lucky to have her on board.”
Judy Anne urges anyone who doesn’t love their job to take charge and make a change. Congratulations Judy Anne Bell, you have shown courage and tenacity and are a role model to the community.
We are so proud of Kyogle local, Reid Wilkie who has recovered from a serious downhill mountain biking accident to land his dream career at Kyogle Hospital after completing a Diploma of Enrolled Nursing at TAFE NSW Ballina.
“Getting back into study, writing assessments and managing the workload was a bit of a shock but we had an amazing class – really supportive group of students, I was so lucky to have such a great group of friends to study with"
Mr Wilkie recommends making the time now to pursue your ambitions, to explore the study and finance options and suggests ‘you don’t have to wait for an injury to make you chase your dreams’.
Well done Reid!
TAFE NSW Casino would like to congratulate the 2016 Excellence Award winners. These students have achieved outstanding results in and out of the classroom and we are thrilled to celebrate their learning success and steps towards jobs, prosperity and brighter futures. Tag yourself and your friends in the album.
At 60 years young, Christine Cooper is one of many outstanding students nominated for recognition at the TAFE NSW Lismore Excellence Awards this Thursday.
"I completed my Higher School Certificate in my thirties, then went on to do a Bachelor of Community Education in my forties, and here I am in my sixties graduating from a Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care, always learning," said Christine.
The Early Childhood education and Skills For Work staff congratulate Christine on her fabulous achievement and for securing a role with Kids for Life. Enjoy the new chapter Christine!
Via The Northern Star