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Wauchope TAFE Campus gives students the opportunity to extend their skills and creativity while making a difference in the local community. We have a strong and proud history of contributing to local groups with sculpture, murals and art exhibitions as well as building, horticulture and landscaping projects.
Wauchope TAFE Campus is home to a state-of-the-art carpentry and joinery facility. The campus features a learner support area, Wi Fi access and student amenities such as a BBQ area for student events and functions.
Wauchope TAFE Campus, in the Birpai Aboriginal nation, is located in the middle of the town which sits on the banks of the Hastings River. Wauchope is a gateway to national parks and state forests and a centre for the local dairy and beef cattle industries.
If you’re looking to enter the workforce armed with invaluable experience and practical skills, check out the courses available at our Wauchope TAFE Campus.
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Enjoyed a lovely morning tea with our seniors computer class this morning. Here are some of the very proud graduates and their teacher. :)
Save the date 30/11/2016.
Wauchope TAFE is having an Open Day!
A BBQ is always a great way to welcome the warmer weather. It was a very enjoyable day with the Wauchope TAFE community. :)
Get in quick to enrol in this course.... http://www.wauchopegazette.com.au/story/4143866/tafe-course-offers-hospitality-solutions/
Hello Spring and Good Bye term 3!
We're having a BBQ lunch and icy poles to celebrate the start of the warmer months and combining this with the opportunity to celebrate our classes which have completed in term 3.
We'd love for our students to complete a survey on the day to let us know how we can make your TAFE experience even better!
Check out the mural our talented Aboriginal art students have created in their course. It's stunning.
For info about joining our Aboriginal arts classes, click here http://www.northcoasttafe.edu.au/courses/certificate-iii-in-aboriginal-or-torres-strait-islander-cultural-arts.aspx?source=coursesearch
Have you been thinking about a career in the building industry but not sure where to start?
HVTC Mid Coast, in partnership with TAFE NSW North Coast Institute, is offering participants the chance to get a taste of working in trades across the building industry.
To secure your place in the program being delivered at Wauchope Campus get your application in now, applications close October 2016.
Program Commences November 2016.
For more information on how to apply visit www.hvtc.com.au or contact Grant Reeves on 6583 5355.
R U OK? A great lunch was enjoyed by students and staff today with lots of smiling faces. Check out the great spread of sandwiches!
How cute is this!!!
If you're into animals, we offer courses AT Wauchope TAFE that can help you turn a passion into a career. Come and see us today.
See you in the student amenities room at 12.30 today for our R U OK day lunch...
R U OK???
Tomorrow is R U OK day and we are having a lunch from 12.30-1.30 in the student amenities room to mark the day.
We'll provide the sandwiches and music, you can just bring along your friendly face :)
Wear yellow and bring a gold coin to donate to R U OK?
Wauchope TAFE is offering a unique new course called Foundations in Hospitality, which aims to help jobseekers solve an age-old chicken-and-egg conundrum.
“Often people can’t get their first job because they don’t have basic skills, but if they don’t get their first job, they won’t be able to learn the basic skills,” says Ken Oldfield, Hospitality Teacher at Wauchope TAFE.
“We recognise that many young jobseekers would love to find work, but they might not have the confidence or the underpinning skills to find a job.
“We are teaching not only how to prepare basic dishes and espresso coffee, but also the essential soft skills such as workflow, team work and task management.
“There’s also an opportunity for students to undertake their Responsible Service of Alcohol and Responsible Conduct of Gambling qualifications during the course.
“It’s a really valuable combination for employers who want to know that a new employee has the basics covered in a few areas and will be valuable from day one.”
The course begins on September 19 at Wauchope TAFE. People interested can call 1300 628 233 or pop in and see the Student Central team at Wauchope TAFE. More info here: http://www.northcoasttafe.edu.au/courses/certificate-i-in-access-to-work-and-training.aspx?oid=5c93bf7d-b0c3-4990-b7ca-a66d00bd5f58&subMenu=modes&studyMode=Campus