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TAFE NSW Lismore is a great place to learn with a welcoming, friendly feel and a wide range of support services to help students complete their studies. The campus has a relaxed courtyard atmosphere and a strong focus on sustainability and creativity.
The campus is home to a popular gallery space that exhibits works from students, staff and local artists throughout the year. We also have state-of-the-art equipment for screen and media training.
TAFE NSW Lismore, in the Bundjalung Aboriginal nation, is located in the centre of a city known for its art and cultural focus. In the heart of the Richmond Valley, Lismore is renowned for its natural beauty and several spectacular World Heritage National Parks.
If you’re looking to enter the workforce armed with invaluable experience and practical skills, check out the courses available at TAFE NSW Lismore.
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Interested in a career in Pharmacy?
Don't miss this great opportunity to enrol in a TAFENSW Fee free 4 week Pharmacy Training course commencing in Lismore 9th January 2018!
But be quick, there are limited spaces and you need to enrol before the 11th of December!
For more information and to register your interest send us a message, drop into Student Central at Lismore TAFE Campus or call us now on (02) 6623 0331.
Do you have a passion for animals?
Animal Care Courses are commencing at Wollongbar TAFE campus in February 2018, Apply now by calling 1300 628 233.
TAFE NSW Lismore held an informal ceremony on Monday 20 November to thank St Vincent’s Private Hospital for supporting our staff and students after the March floods forced the closure of the TAFE NSW campus in Conway Street, Lismore.
Leader of Community and Business Engagement for TAFE NSW in the Northern Rivers, Gabrielle Rodda, along with student Jang Rachupimon, presented a certificate of appreciation and flowers to St Vincent's Staff Kylie Bennett, Director of Care Services and Steve Brierley, Chief Executive Officer as a big thank you from our students and staff.
Their support has been absolutely terrific, and we are extremely grateful that they were able to provide the space for our students to continue their studies.
Opening night of the 2017 TAFE Creative Industries Show. Exhibition of works on display from the students of Diploma of Visual Arts, Advanced Diploma of Visual Arts, and Diploma of Visual Arts (Ceramics)
Don't miss the end of year screening of short films from our Certificate III, Certificate IV and Diploma of Screen and Media classes of 2017.
There is only a couple of days left to complete the After the flood survey, don't miss your opportunity to have your say. The survey closes on Monday 6th November, follow the links below to complete the questionaire online.
Coffee making and Drone demonstrations happening now at the North Coast National TAFE Stand in the pavilion, come and check it out!
Drop by and say hello, we are at the North Coast National Show this Thursday, Friday and Saturday. You will find us in the Northern Rivers Local Produce Pavilion and outside near Sideshow alley. Live demonstrations are on everyday from 10am.
A great article from the The Northern Star on Cyber Security Awareness Week and the free professional development evening at TAFE NSW Wollongbar's Nightcap Restaurant on 10 October.
Recently our Diploma of Community Services students hosted a fantastic event at Southern Cross University as part of their Community Development Unit of study. The event encouraged TAFE and University students to write on wellbeing inspired message cards, it also included some yummy food giveaways, the planting of a wellness tree, and a performance by the Healing Voices choir. The focus for the activity was on social justice issues and also a gratitude gesture to demonstrate our appreciation to Southern Cross University for welcoming and supporting our students and staff who were relocated to the uni as a result of the flood.
Congratulations Councillors and well done to our very talented Advanced Diploma of Design Students.
Today was R U OK? Day. Staff and students at Lismore Campus enjoyed some tasty treats, contributed to our "Wellness Tree" and learnt a little more about this national day of action.
It's a reminder to everyone to take the time to ask the question - R U Ok? and start a conversation when someone you know is struggling.
These three simple words could have the ability to turn someone’s life around.