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TAFE NSW Kempsey has a great community feel, a focus on sustainability and friendly staff and students who get involved with local projects like community gardens and agricultural events. Here you will find an active student life with regular events like the Poetry Slam and Reconciliation Day activities, and the popular Drumming Circle.
The campus is home to trade workshops for automotive, metal fabrication and welding. It also features beauty and hairdressing facilities as well as extensive fashion room facilities. We also have specialist facilities for children’s services and aged care studies.
TAFE NSW Kempsey, in the Dunghutti Aboriginal nation, is an integral part of the Kempsey community, which is surrounded by fertile beef and dairy farmlands.
If you’re looking to enter the workforce armed with invaluable experience and practical skills, check out the courses available at TAFE NSW Kempsey.
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Did you know Kempsey TAFE is now offering an evening business course, starting next Tuesday? A great opportunity for people unable to attend TAFE during the day and allowing you to develop valuable knowledge and skills.
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Well done to Adam, Anthony, Brad, Braden, Kyle and Liam, our Engineering Apprentices that took part in the Northen Regional heats of the World Skills competition.
Congratulations to Brad for taking out the gold medal, Adam silver and Kyle receiving the bronze medal.
Thanks to Richard and the engineering staff, who have done a great job getting the students to the high level of skill they now have.
Kempsey & Port Macquarie ‘Spoken & written English’ students met up in Port Macquarie on Wednesday for some fun together.
Congratulations to everyone who participated in today's Automotive Worldskills competition at Kempsey & a big thanks to the judges, teachers & other support crew. Matthew Hobbs took out Gold followed closely by Justin Simpson - Silver & Madeline Moore - Bronze 👏👏👏
As part of the World Skills Competition, some of our TAFE Automotive Apprentices participated in the Mid Coast Regional round.
Students were put through their paces showing their knowledge and skill in Engine Management, Brake Repair, Cooling System Repair, Timing Belt Replacement and Vehicle Servicing.
The winner from the Regional round will go on to compete in the National Competition to be held in Sydney next June.
Daffodil Day was celebrated at Kempsey campus with students and staff participating in week long activities focused around our beautifully created daffodil house, raising funds to support Cancer Council. Thank you to all that donated.
Kempsey Campus & Student Central are celebrating Daffodil Day all this week, everyone is invited to be involved in the week-long event. There is a house which the talented Luna has created. People are encouraged to either write a post it note for loved one’s or a quote reminding them of Daffodil Day. There is a Daffodil Day photo frame that staff & students can have their photos taken on their own phones or camera. We have fun packs that students are able to take home & enjoy the activities or use to decorate our house here in Student Central. The aim is to raise money through (gold coin) donations for Daffodil Day from staff & students, this will go to the Cancer Council to assist with their ongoing work to cure cancer. The house & frame will be here all week from Tuesday through to Friday, please come along, donate & be involved in the activities.
Check out this cute little Student Central visitor. One of our students is a wild life carer & is looking after this orphaned baby brush tail possum.
Our students from Certificate II in Construction Pathways are always in demand. Here they are completing new works at Smithtown Public School. Certificate II in Construction Pathways is a full time qualification that offers a number of introductory units across a range of construction sectors that are currently in demand in the Macleay Valley. To find out more or to enrol visit www.northcoasttafe.edu.au and search courses/construction or call 1300 628 233. #beambitious
Would you like a job in the hospitality industry?
Did you know you can get your Statement of Attainment in Responsible Service of Alcohol (RSA) and your Statement of Attainment in Responsible Conduct of Gambling (RCG) through TAFE NSW Kempsey as part of Certificate III in Hospitality? To find out more or to enrol phone 1300 628 233 or visit www.northcoasttafe.edu.au and browse all the courses available at Kempsey. #beambitious
Today we bid farewell to our wonderful colleague Megan. After 6 ½ years we're all sad to see you go but we wish you the very best in your new position.