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Murwillumbah TAFE Campus has a friendly, community feel where students socialise during their study breaks in the “Park” courtyard outside the canteen. The gardens also provide a space for sustainability students to grow their own food while gaining a greater understanding of their environmental footprint.
The creative industries section provides students with modern equipment that allows them to experience different mediums such as printing, sculpture, painting and drawing. Students host an art show in the TAFE gallery each year, to exhibit their works to the local community and industry professionals.
Murwillumbah TAFE Campus, in the Bundjalung Aboriginal nation, lies at the heart of the town which serves as the business centre of the Tweed Shire. Sitting below the majestic Mount Warning, Murwillumbah is close to beautiful beaches and national parks, and holds regular markets and festivals.
If you’re looking to enter the workforce armed with invaluable experience and practical skills, check out the courses available at our Murwillumbah TAFE Campus.
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Most on-campus classes resume this week
Monday 21 September to Monday 5 October
Most on-campus classes start this week
Studying long distance offers many benefits: zero commute time, the peace and quiet of your own study space and the flexibility to undertake course work when it suits you.
Are you an artist who needs some networking tools? Maybe you’re interested in the arts but are not an artist?
In the Certificate III in Arts Administration (CUV30411) starting 20 July at Murwillumbah TAFE you will learn valuable marketing, events and promotional skills that will help connect creativity with your work life.
Experience the best arts administration training including practical experience at Tweed Shire Regional Art Gallery, learn what happens behind the scenes and engage with people who are making a creative difference in your community.
Government subsidies and flexible study options are available.
For more information visit http://ow.ly/OBCL8 or call 1300 628 233.
Monday 22 June to Sunday 12 July
Sandra Guy, talented artist and Head Teacher of Creative Industries and Information Technology at Kingscliff and Murwillumbah TAFE, will exhibit her works ‘Two-thirds sky: searching for the sublime’ at the Tweed Regional Gallery, from the 19 June to 2 August.
Sandra says her exhibition is inspired by her interest in ‘the sublime’; that awe inspiring moment, which was ignited many years ago on a field trip to Broken Hill, as part of her Master of Art Degree at the college of Fine Arts.
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Get ready for study with Learn to Learn, a one day workshop kick start your study at Kingscliff TAFE!
Available to any student currently enrolled for 2015 studying a Certificate III or above, for just $68 you can enrol in this 26 June workshop with morning tea and lunch provided.
The one-day workshop includes:
Session 1: operate a TAFE computer
Session 2: accessing information online
Session 3: interpreting questions, writing reports and essays
Plus, get a tour of the campus and meet teachers and staff
To register or for further information call (02) 6674 7200. Places are limited so book early.
Five North Coast TAFE students were winners in the 2015 North Coast Training Awards, held at the Byron Theatre, Byron Bay on Friday 12 June.