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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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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.
#Ballina local and Certificate II in Animal Studies graduate, Lindsey Johnston, was recently awarded for her outstanding results and approach to her studies at the Lismore TAFE Awards of Excellence.
“When I was a little girl, I think it was in first grade, we had to do writing exercise about what we would like to be when we grow up, I said a vet – I have always wanted to be a vet and I love that I can work towards that at TAFE”
“Last year I enrolled in the Certificate II in Animal Studies at TAFE NSW Lismore and I have loved every minute of it. It has been absolutely amazing and honestly the best schooling experience of my life"
Well done Lindsey, you are well on your way to fulfilling your dreams and we have no doubt you will make a fabulously caring vet someday.
“Our diversity is our Strength”
Lismore Campus Harmony Day Celebration
Tuesday 21st March
Morning Tea 10.00 – 11.00pm in Student Central
Harmony Day is a day to celebrate Australia’s cultural diversity. It’s about inclusiveness, respect and a sense of belonging for everyone.
What colour represents the day?
• Orange has been the Harmony Day colour since the first day was held in 1999, so feel free to dress in orange for the day!
Staff and students are welcome to visit Student Central for morning tea, enjoy some cake and a cuppa, and contribute to our harmony Day tree of hands.
Last week at the Lismore Workers Club, Kerrie Bowtell, Leader of Community and Business Engagement with TAFE NSW, praised the 2016 Excellence Award winners.
"Much is being made about jobs of the future and how different they will be," she said.
"While this is true, the universal truth about how careers unfold is that one stepping stone leads to another, a door opens here, which leads to a door opening there."
Congratulations to all of our graduating students from 2016!
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TAFE NSW would like to congratulate the 2016 Excellence Award winners. These students have achieved outstanding results in and out of the classroom and we are thrilled to celebrate their learning success and steps towards jobs, prosperity and brighter futures. Tag yourself and your friends in the album.
At 60 years young, Christine Cooper is one of many outstanding students nominated for recognition at the TAFE NSW Lismore Excellence Awards this Thursday.
"I completed my Higher School Certificate in my thirties, then went on to do a Bachelor of Community Education in my forties, and here I am in my sixties graduating from a Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care, always learning," said Christine.
The Early Childhood education and Skills For Work staff congratulate Christine on her fabulous achievement and for securing a role with Kids for Life. Enjoy the new chapter Christine!
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Here's to all of our wonderful and caring teachers and mentors, and to our fabulous, creative and inspiring students. Celebrate #IWD2017 today and aim high as women continue to break the mould and achieve new heights. Happy International Women's Day!
Want to win $500? Nominations close this week for the North Coast Region 2016/17 Student of the Year Awards at midnight, Friday 10 March 2017. Jump online and chat with your teacher. https://www.e-award.com.au/2017/nctiawards/newentry/about.php
So you’ve decided the course you were studying wasn’t your cup of tea. If you don’t know right now, that’s fine. TAFE NSW is here to help and give you some inspo!
Get out of the rain with a cheeky O Week student discount at BCC Cinemas Lismore! Enoy!
Ballina TAFE student Teliesha White has overcome more than her fair share of hurdles. Teliesha struggled to learn to read and write but she sought help with literacy and numeracy and is now blossoming with new skills. She wants to be a role model to other students who are struggling in school.
"Don't be afraid to put your hand up and ask for help...My reading and writing may not be 100% better, but I'm improving and and I've now completed a Certificate I in Business."
If you, or someone you know struggles with reading and writing give us a call to discuss our Foundation Skills courses 1300 628 233
Have you been nominated for Student of the Year? Winning these awards is a great accolade to have on your CV for future jobs. Chat to your teacher today about your nomination.