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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 interested in learning more about snakes?
Join our Snake Awareness one day course to learn more about;
snake identification, anatomy, physiology, behaviour and what to do when you encounter a snake!
Venue: Kingscliff Campus
Date: Saturday 27th of May
Time: 10am - 4pm
For more information and to enrol contact Sherryn Page
Ph:02 6623 0239
The Diploma of Remedial Massage Students are having a wonderful time on their study tour of Japan. This visit provides students with a diverse experience and acess to culture dating back thousands of years in alternative medicine.
Education enables women to up-skill to fill the gaps in home front roles whilst the men were away at war.
TVET classes for Hair & Beauty section will be running this Friday for Kingscliff campus.
Futher to the information below a decision has been made to cancel TVET classes for tomorrow - Tuesday 4th April.
The Kingscliff 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 KINGSCLIFF 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 Kingscliff TAFE Campus remains closed across the weekend, due to severe flooding across the region. This means that no classes will run tomorrow and that the Village Farm Markets are cancelled. 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/
For the safety of staff, students and our communities, the following campuses will be closed on Friday 31 March 2017:
• Murwillumbah and
We will provide updated advice first thing Monday morning about any further responses to weather conditions.
At 4.24pm today, the Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) updated a Severe Weather Warning for various areas in the North East of NSW - http://www.bom.gov.au/products/IDN20032.shtml. Flood advice regarding the Wilson River and the Tweed River was updated, indicating that both rivers will exceed major flood levels late this afternoon.
Flood Evacuation Orders have been issued by the NSW State Emergency Service (SES) for Tweed Heads South, Tweed Heads West, Chinderah, Kingscliff, Fingal Head, Bilambil, South Murwillumbah, Condong, Tumbulgum and Lismore.
Whilst we are hopeful our Lismore, Casino, Murwillumbah and Kingscliff Campuses will not be directly inundated, travel around the Richmond and Tweed areas is currently difficult and dangerous. Road closures due to local flooding are occurring and we anticipate more road closures in and around our campus areas tonight and tomorrow.
Our TAFE campuses are key community resources and as such, our Kingscliff campus has been established as an Emergency Evacuation Centre. We have been advised there is likely to be a significant number of people evacuated from the areas around the Tweed who may be needing to utilise the Kingscliff campus tomorrow to stay safe.
Please continue to monitor the conditions via the Bureau of Meteorology and SES websites, and through the local media, which has been advised about our closures. It is important to follow any advice regarding road closures, including staying off roads or taking any other safety measures.
Above all else, it is important you ensure your own personal safety by not travelling where it may be unsafe to do so and following the safety advice provided via the below sites and other media sources.
Conditions can be monitored through the following websites:
Again, your own personal safety is paramount. Please do not travel when and where it is unsafe to do so.
Kind regards and please stay safe.
Director TAFE Services North Coast NSW
Murwillumbah and Kingscliff TAFE Campuses will be closed from 11:30 am today due to heavy rain and warnings of predicted flood levels at Murwillumbah exceeding 4.2m by early afternoon. 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.
Embracing cultural diversity in our local community
The Year 5 students from Saint Anthony’s Primary School in Kingscliff hosted a cultural exchange with English Language students from Kingscliff TAFE, as part of their studies of multiculturalism.
The TAFE students, representing many different countries from around the world, shared knowledge of their homeland and cultures through presentations and interactive activities.