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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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International Danish students learning to save lives at North Coast TAFE.
Kingscliff TAFE Campus has welcomed 16 Danish students from Aalborg Technical College as part of a
5 month International Study and Cultural Program. These North Coast TAFE programs give international students the opportunity to study abroad in Australia whilst still completing their current senior school qualifications.
As part of the cultural program there is an emphasis on the importance of becoming competent in the water. Students will complete a surf-safety certificate and participate in learn to surf lessons.
The students are currently learning basic first aid, swim strokes and rescue techniques at Kingscliff pool before they progress to the ocean.
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Students and staff made the most of the yummy food, helpful advice and demonstrations found at the Wellbeing Festival, Murwillumbah TAFE.
Diploma students of Early Childhood Education and Care; Claudia, Maddison and Rhea setting up for the Jindi play session at Kingscliff TAFE.
" I love the face to face interaction with the children that these play sessions offer us throughout our studies" says Claudia.
The journey begins on 29 August at the Kingscliff TAFE campus for the next generation of automotive apprentices, trainees and students aged 18-23 years, who will compete in the 2015 WorldSkills Australia Regional Competition for the Northern Rivers.
Winners from the regional competitions move forth to represent as the best in Australia at the National WorldSkills Competition. Success at national level could result in competitors being accepted into the Team Australia Skillaroos, where they will compete on a world stage similar to an Olympics for trade set to take place in Abu Dhabi in 2017.
Come along and support our students this Saturday from 8am to 4pm at Kingscliff TAFE.
The Black Olive’s Outback Kitchen inspires indigenous youth at Kingscliff TAFE
World renowned and celebrated Indigenous chef Mark Olive (aka ‘The Black Olive’), shared his passion and taste for Australian Bush Tucker with 19 public high school students participating in the Aboriginal Youth Leadership program, ‘Wollumbin Dreaming’ held today at Kingscliff TAFE.
Mark has become a familiar face in households all over the world through his cooking, lifestyle and travel show ‘The Outback Kitchen’. His involvement with youth programs like ‘Wollumbin Dreaming’, stems from Mark’s dedication to provide guidance and opportunity to young Indigenous Australians – in the hope of handing down his knowledge and skills to the next generation of cooks.
“Wollumbin Dreaming is a home grown program, now in its 4th year, giving our future leaders cultural knowledge and skills that empower them to act as advocates in their local school community” said Mr Appo.
Attention all Budding Actors
Auditions for Diploma TAFE films.
Friday September 18. 10:30am at Murwillumbah TAFE Campus.
The Diploma Interactive Screen students are requiring actors to audition for their graduating short films. They are looking for actors ranging from 15 - 60+ years old.
We don't mind if you haven't had any acting experience but you're just interested in getting some screen acting experience. Films shoots will be in late September- October. Come along to Murwillumbah TAFE on the day or give our teacher Rebecca Ingram a call on 0403 769 620. We would love to see you!
1) Youth Worker - PCYC
Full Time– Gold Coast
2) Sales Support – Entry to Account Manager
Full Time – Gold Coast
Great phone manner & experience with Microsoft systems applicable.
Full Time – Gold Coast
Horticulture qualifications or excellent gardening knowledge essential
4) Temporary Home/ Live in career, Travel/Working holiday in the UK
Temporary – United Kingdom
5) Wedding and Events Sales Coordinator
Full Time – Gold Coast
6) Massage Therapist - Mobile
Casual – Kingscliff
7) Beauty Therapist - Mobile
Casual - Kingscliff
8) Experience Chef Required
Full Time – Tweed Heads
9) Food and Beverage Attendant
Full time – Coolangatta
10) Dental Assistant
Full Time – Gold Coast
Places are still available for Certificate IV in Community Services Work (CHC40708-01V04) at Murwillumbah TAFE.
Step into your new community services career with government funded places and fee free scholarships available at North Coast TAFE.
Learn to raise the wellbeing of individuals and groups in your community with classes starting 6 October.
Call 1300 628 233 or visit http://ow.ly/SMtX5 for more information.
Great video captured by Murwillumbah TAFE's Digital Media students at this years Bluesfest.
Are your studies coming to an end & soon you will be looking to land that perfect job? Gain tips for compiling a resume that highlights your attributes at our free lunchtime workshop on the 14 October.
A safe place to sleep, clean clothing, a hot shower and a home cooked meal are things that many of us take for granted, however sadly for our growing homeless population these are rare luxuries.
Community Service Students from Murwillumbah TAFE volunteered their time at 'Project Homeless Connect' which aims to bring together a range of vital service providers in a non-judgemental caring environment for a one day event.
“To be able assist guests in finding a new set of clothes, a good book or just sit down to share a chat and a cuppa was a very meaningful opportunity. This event enabled our students to gain a real insight into the plight our homeless community face and to debunk stereotypes that are often held,” says Sharon Fleming, Teacher of Community Service.
“Student’s feedback was they felt privileged to be part of this meaningful community project,” says Sharon.
As Richard shared “No one plans to fall on hard times and end up in this situation, however it can happen to any of us,” Richard is currently homeless.