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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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Students from Tohoku Foreign Language & Tourism College recently toured Kingscliff TAFE and local attractions.
Want to know what is going on in Tweed over the Christmas Break
Congratulations to Anita Raftery, Disability Consultant North Coast TAFE. Anita was recently awarded a Certificate of Achievement at the Tweed Shire Access and Inclusion Awards for her outstanding and innovative work supporting students with disabilities to achieve a successful learning experience at TAFE
Tweed and Richmond Valley Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students are currently participating in a pilot program delivered by the Aboriginal Learning Circle North Coast TAFE, which could offer them a pathway to ongoing education and employment within the Aboriginal Health sector. “Students who complete the program will gain a Certificate II in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Primary Health Care to begin their journey on a new career pathway,” says Michelle Laurie, Coordinator, Aboriginal Learning Circle.
North Coast TAFE encourages all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders who may be interested in the Primary Health Care training program to contact
Sharon Taylor, Leader for the Aboriginal Learning Circle at North Coast TAFE
on 02 66230214.
'I'm Talking to you' debut exhibition of four students from the Advance Diploma of Visual Arts opened at the Lone Goat Gallery in Byron Bay last night . There is still plenty of time to see it as it runs still the 10th of December.
'I'm Talking to you' an exhibition by four Advance Diploma of Visual Arts Students opened last night at the Lone Goat Gallery in Byron Bay
The Community Service Diploma Students hosted a student farewell event last week, to increase awareness and raise funds for the Murwillumbah Community Gardens. The students raised enough funds to purchase two plots, of which they donated one to TAFE and one to the Murwillumbah Community Centre.
Are you continuing your TAFE studies next year? Information Session for all Kingscliff TAFE and Murwillumbah TAFE students next Wed 26th November, 12.30-1.30pm CG45 Hospitality Block
Script Call Out
Ready for a writing challenge? Sharpen your pencils! An exciting opportunity to have your screenplay produced and screened at Gold Coast Film Festival 2015 awaits…
The Arts Centre Gold Coast is offering a $300 Option Agreement on the
selected script for Production in January 2015.
Do you know an outstanding women? Nominate them for the Tweed Valley Women's Services Wonders of Women Outstanding Achievement Awards.
Nomination forms are available through the office at TVWS or on the website at www.tswomen.org.au
Completed nomination forms can be posted to Tweed Valley Women’s Service at PO Box 407, Murwillumbah 2484, NSW or emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org • Assistance in completing the nomination form is available by contacting the Tweed Valley Women’s Service office on (02) 66724188
The Creative Arts, Multimedia and Web Design students from Kingscliff and Murwillumbah TAFE will connect for the Synectic Exhibitions, to unveil their major works over two consecutive Friday nights, the 21st and 28th of November. The Multimedia students will open the exhibition on Friday the 21st of November with a showcase of short films followed by the Diploma of Visual Arts exhibition, where you can view their works in sculpture, painting, drawing and print making.
Kingscliff Campus will then come alive on Friday the 28th of November at 6pm with exhibits in Design, Web & Robotics Design, Film and Photography. — with Tony Bell - Late for Woodstock.