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Kempsey TAFE Campus 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, and features extensive fine arts facilities including painting, drawing, printmaking and ceramics. We also have specialist facilities for children’s services and aged care studies.
Kempsey TAFE Campus, 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 our Kempsey TAFE Campus.
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Huge crowd- great atmosphere! We're having fun at the Macleay Macleay River Festival . Thanks to everyone who has called into see us😊
Micah and Bo did us proud in the Raft Race - their raft stayed afloat beautifully! They're already planning how to make it go faster next year!
It's an awesome day at the Macleay River Festival! Food smells great, music is pumping! Come and visit us - nursing students are doing health checks, hairdressing is doing braiding and our English language students are sharing their culture and food! And Student Central is here if you're keen to find out more about learning at TAFE!
We're off to the Macleay River Festival tomorrow - our students have been hard at work - building a raft for the raft race and making lanterns to float on the river at tomorrow evening's ceremony! We hope to see you there!
Our Worldskills team are looking pretty fancy here....
Good luck Bradley!
Leteah Mitchell has won the State Title at the NSW Training Awards and has been named the 2016 NSW Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Student of the year!
She has embraced her studies in Community Services Work and continued her passion to help people in the community, particularly those who are disadvantaged.
What a massive achievement, congratulations Leteah we are so very proud of you!
So lovely to see so many people checking in with each other at our RU OK barbecue on campus today! A big thank you to Amber, Michelle and Ian for all their hard work organising such a fun event! :)
Have you got rhyming sentences floating around on scraps of paper or a bunch of song lyrics in your head? The Australian Poetry slam is just the stage you need!
Kempsey Public Library will host a regional heat of the Australian Poetry Slam on Friday 9 September.
R U OK???
Today is R U OK? Day. A national day of action and a reminder to regularly check in with family, friends and classmates.
R U Ok?
They work hard, with little recognition.
That's why we need to get behind Bradley.