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TAFE NSW Kingscliff 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 TAFE NSW Kingscliff.
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Are you a natural with kids? Have you thought about turning these skills into a rewarding career? Our courses are designed with industry and are delivered in real-world facilities. Career outcomes include jobs as a childcare centre manager, special needs worker, early childhood educator, nanny or a children’s services coordinator. Whether you're just starting out in your career, want to gain more qualifications, we can help you get the skills you need to be in demand. Enrolling now for semester 2. http://ora.cl/9HT5o
Homestay Families Needed
• Are you interested in meeting and offering homestay accommodation to young international students?
• Can you offer a warm and supportive environment where they will feel part of your family?
• Students are aged between 16 and 25.
• Long-term and short-term options available.
• Must be able to provide a private room, unlimited internet access, have a current Working with Children Check and live within local area (Kingscliff, Cudgen, Cabarita, Tweed, Pottsville, Banora Point, Fingal etc).
• Payment from $250 to $280 per week.
The program is a rewarding experience and fun for both families and students opening the door to creating long-lasting friendships.
For more information please contact TAFE Kingscliff Homestay Coordinator:
Dont Keep History A Mystery: Learn. Share. Grow.
The Early Childhood Education and Care students at Kingscliff TAFE have reflected on this years National Reconciliation Week messages and created visual representations of their learnings of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander history and culture. Along with their visual representations they have captured information that shares their understanding of our first peoples history and culture. These are being displayed in our Jindi playsession to share with our children and families.
Learn. Share. Grow. Don't Keep History a Mystery.
TAFE NSW Students illuminate the Royal Botanic Gardens as part of Vivid Sydney Festival.
It's the first time regional students from Kingscliff and Murwillumbah have collaborated with more than 100 TAFE NSW students across the state from arts, design, music, digital and live production disciplines to produce their exhibit 'Light Houses'.
The inspiration behind the 'Light House' installation is the role lighthouses have played over Australian history in welcoming waves of immigrants to Australian shores.
Assistant Minister for Skills, Adam Marshall said “Vivid Sydney is firmly established as a must-see event, and for TAFE NSW students involved in the festival, this has presented them a fabulous practical learning opportunity. As students embark on their post-TAFE NSW life, they will be job ready with real practical skills and experience ready to start a career in the industry."
It's National Library Week! A big shout out to our passionate campus librarians, who continually strive to provide students with the latest information and technolgy! Visit your campus library and check out the local events, or just lose yourself in books, music and interactive technology. #nationalibraryweek http://ora.cl/PS2CN
It's almost time for Sydney to turn on the bright lights for Vivid Festival 2018. TAFE NSW students will once again be part of the world famous festival, showcasing their Leading Lights collaboration. Design, music, media and arts students from regional and metro colleges have come together to create three groundbreaking installations: Photonic State, Light Houses and Hidden Art - Augmented Garden. Come down to the festival and Be Illuminated.
Our Diploma of Remedial Massage students currently on a study tour of Japan spent the day at the Reseisho Sports Medical School.
"We were introduced to the ancient art of Judo therapy and how it is used for dislocations, strains, sprains, fractures and bone injuries, "explains student Andrew Duvel.
The students were welcomed by the school and integrated into their learning program that included Judo, Acupuncture & bandaging.
Stay tune for more updates as their tour continues!
Please spport our Diploma of Massage Therapy students who are raising money for their study tour to Japan.
Happy Easter! We wish all staff and students a safe and relaxing long weekend. Classes resume Tuesday 3rd, April.
Five students from TAFE NSW Kingscliff campus studying Early Childhood and Education were chosen to be volunteers at the Early Childhood Australia (Far North Coast) Conference on the weekend. This was a wonderful opportunity for the students to assist in the smooth running of the conference whilst also allowing the students to attend the professional development sessions to further support their understanding and expand on their knowledge in their chosen career.
Short courses are the perfect way to help you boost your current skills faster, give you the confidence to broaden your career prospects or even find a new passion. Be a skills seeker. Enrol today. http://ora.cl/qJ1ih
Want to add Excellence Award winner to your CV? Hurry, nominations for 2018 TAFE NSW Excellence awards close Friday 2 March. Sebastian Barkoczy (pic) won the 2015 Student of the Year award, gaining industry recognition, pr opportunities and prize money as well as the 2015 NSW Training Award for vocational student of the year! Be recognised for your achievements. Apply now. http://ora.cl/k2c8V