Kingscliff

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About our Kingscliff campus

Kingscliff TAFE Campus plays an important role in the local community and welcomes students from all over the globe through international exchange programs.

We provide students with modern, leading edge facilities to meet growth in local demand for training in commercial cookery, hospitality, tourism, aviation, events, automotive, and the hair and beauty industries. The campus features a purpose built bakery kitchen, wine cellar and the refurbished Caldera Restaurant, as well as a functioning hair and beauty salon, a new automotive transport and logistics facility, a fully equipped gymnasium and a simulated hospital facility.

Our campus is located just two minutes from the sparkling sand and surf in the quiet coastal town of Kingscliff in the Bundjalung Aboriginal nation.

If you’re looking to enter the workforce armed with invaluable experience and practical skills, check out the courses available at our Kingscliff TAFE Campus.

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Get in touch

Address
Cudgen Road KINGSCLIFF NSW 2487
Directions
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Telephone
(02) 6674 7200
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Fax
(02) 6674 7399


To locate a disability consultant for the Kingscliff campus, visit the Disability Support Services page.

Quick facts at a glance

7600+

currently enrolled students

50+

qualified staff providing quality education

5+

years industry experience to teach at North Coast TAFE

Key dates and events

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Facilities available at Kingscliff Campus

  • Disabled parking
  • Cafe
  • Library
  • Fully equipped gym
  • Specialised Apple Mac labs for design and media
  • Hair and beauty
  • Caldera restaurant
  • Aboriginal Learner Support Centre
  • Brand new Auto and Logistics Facilities
  • Bookshop on campus
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Student life

    • Now here's a great opportunity for North Coast TAFE hospitality students and budding chefs- the 2016 Nestlé GOLDEN CHEF'S HAT AWARD will now be holding regional NSW heats. A culinary trip to North America is up for grabs and entries are open until Friday 6 May. For more info: http://ow.ly/4mNhQ7

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    • The Student Central Team, India, Louise and Jemma, are here to help.

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  • Kingscliff and Murwillumbah TAFE students were honoured for their outstanding achievements last night in the presence of family and friends, at the Awards of Excellence held in the state of the art Automotive Centre at Kingscliff TAFE. Institute Director of North Coast TAFE, Elizabeth McGregor asked student nominees’ to take a moment to reflect back to the day they decided to ‘go for it, enrolling in the course they have just finished. “Did you imagine then, you would be here tonight celebrating the achievements you have made? You are now in – or about to enter – a world of higher study or work that will require you to keep making these choices, to keep learning, so that your future self stays just as relevant and skilled as you are right now.” says Ms McGregor. Ms McGregor went onto say that, every year we hear surprising, powerful and inspiring stories about our students, with this year being no exception. Major award recipient Rebecca Paulson, was shocked when announced as the overall winner of Student of the Year, for the Tweed Campuses for her studies of Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care.

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  • Come along to the Connect to Your Future Careers Expo 11 May 3.30pm - 7.00pm in the Automotive Centre at Kingscliff TAFE. Event highlights include; informative presentations, employer precinct and the ever popular a try-a-trade section which allows a hands-on experience in careers including hairdressing, nursing, specialist makeup, fitness, commercial cookery, information technology animal sciences and automotive.

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  • STEPS FOR SUCCESS WORKSHOP UPDATE!! Due to unforeseen circumstances the Balance is the Key to Life workshop has been postponed until next term. This valuable session will be running in July 2016. In the meantime Student Central is organising the following workshops to assist you with the end of term madness! Get a Grip on Assessments Clarity and advice on report writing Breathe Easy & Stay on Track Tips for tackling stress , managing emotions Stay tuned for more information….

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  • Job Link 16th May, 2016

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    • Student Central and Education, Employment & Support would like to invite you to our “Steps to Success” workshop next week: ‘Find Your Info’ Explore key researching skills Wednesday May 25th from 12.30pm -1.30pm in D block, room DG43. Finger food will be provided to energise your mind!!

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    • Myths related to weight training of bulking up and sterotypes such as Hulk like creatures are being debunked! Read the article below and check out our Fitness courses on offer at NCTAFE here http://bit.ly/1NBhWx3 #NCTAFE #thankyourself #Fitness #Health

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  • Library & Information Week 2016 Kingscliff campus 23-29 May 2016 is Australia’s Library & Information Week Come and join us to discover More ways your library can help you complete your assignments & pass your course! Help & guidance with Finding the right information Connect Wi-Fi & campus computers, or your own device Word processing, Spreadsheets, PowerPoints Accurate referencing Plagiarism – what you need to know Upload your assignments online

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  • STEPS FOR SUCCESS – TOMORROW!!! Student Central and Education, Employment & Support would like to invite you to our “Steps to Success” workshop next week: ‘Find Your Info’ Explore key researching skills TOMORROW May 25th from 12.30pm -1.30pm in D block, room DG43. ... Finger food will be provided to energise your mind!!

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  • Please welcome Paul Craft to our campus in recognition of Reconciliation Week 2016. Paul will be discussing Aboriginal culture and history, telling local dreamtime stories and talking about pedagogy of place (connection to country through totemic beliefs) and playing traditional music. We hope Paul will also be demonstrating boomerang, hunting stick and woomera throwing!! See you there

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  • Term 3 STEPS FOR SUCCESS WORKSHOPS - Please visit Student Central (A block) for more information.

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