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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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R U OK? asks Australia to be even better mates to end suicide. R U OK? wants to inspire all people to ask 'are you ok?' to support anyone struggling with life. A converstaion could change a life! Please ask the question and visit https://www.ruok.org.au/find-help for more information or see Campus Counsellors for immedaite support.
Join with visual arts students from around NSW for the opening of the Noel Chettle Memorial prize on 18 September at midday. Be on campus when the 2014 prize winner is announced and see the amazing portfolios of our creative and arty students.
Interested in TAFE to Uni pathways?
Come to the Griffith University Information Café
When: Thursday 11th of September
Where: Conference Room Murwillumbah Campus
Time: 12.00 – 2.00pm
Please drop in anytime to chat with Di Mahoney the Adult Learner Engagement Officer.
Light refreshments and nibbles provided by Student Association
Zak Payne, a year 12 student at Kingscliff High School, is getting a head start on his dream career in the Fitness Industry by doing a TAFE delivered vocational education training (TVET) course at Kingscliff TAFE. Through his TAFE teacher’s industry contacts, Zak has already secured himself a position as group fitness instructor ‘The Fitness Factory’ a local gym.“Next year I intend to continue my studies at TAFE to complete a Diploma in Fitness and a Certificate IV in Remedial Massage, so it is great to have a job in the industry which will help support me,” says Zak.
Ultimately Zak sees himself moving onto a degree in Sports Science and specialising in the public health sector.
This week is Stroke Awareness Week. Please take a few seconds to read the signs of Stroke as it could save your life, your family or friend's life! http://strokefoundation.com.au/what-is-a-stroke/signs-of-stroke/
A Special Father's Day Ceremony to be held at Tweed Valley Cemetery, Environ on Saturday 6th September, in a joint initiative of Council and local churches to give opportunity for support, comfort and to express grief. For more information phone (02) 6670 2435 or visit www.tweed.nsw.gov.au/Cemeteries
The Black Olive inspires youth at Kingscliff TAFE!
Worldrenowned and celebrated Indigenous chef Mark Olive (aka ‘The Black Olive’), shared his passion and taste for Australian Bush Tucker with 27 high school students participating in the Aboriginal Youth Leadership program, ‘Wollumbin Dreaming’ held last Thursday at Kingscliff TAFE.
Wollumbin Dreaming is proving to be a valuable initiative in developing young Aboriginal student`s skills to become leaders.
TAFE teachers are dedicated in their field so that you will benefit and achieve to become ...Number 1
Skills Week 2014!
Natalie Dreha, who through her studies at Murwillumbah TAFE is ready to embark on a career within the Community Service Industry. At TAFE I learnt the skills to be able to help others navigate their way through the trials and tribulations that life often throws at us,” says Natalie. “I would highly recommend to other mums if they were thinking of returning to study or have a passion for a particular area, enrol in TAFE, it will change your life,” concludes Natalie.