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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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ATTENTION LOCAL MUSICIANS!!
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Lace up your joggers... The Wauchope Neighbourhood Centre is hosting a 40-minute walk around Wauchope every Tuesday at 9.45am. And there's even a devonshire tea afterwards to quench your thirst. Call 6586 4055 to register your interest.
“TAFE wants to ensure that early childhood educators have access to the highest quality education and, once their working, be able to access professional development."
Come in and see us at Student Central to find out more about Education Support courses at Wauchpe TAFE
Did you know that students may register to use Office 365 software free of charge? To get started you need a valid TAFE email address, then a link to the software is then emailed to your TAFE email account.
The product includes cloud storage and the ability to install on a PC or Mac.Use is allowed only while currently enrolled. Click here to get started: https://portal.office.com/start?sku=student
Did you catch the flash mobs in Wauchope during NAIDOC week? These pics from the ABC are really cool...
The 2016 Future Choices Expo is on this Thursday, August 11, 10:00am – 12:30pm, at Panthers Port Macquarie, 1 Bay St, Port Macquarie.
The expo is FREE and will have information for students Years 10 to 12 with disability, additional needs, ongoing medical conditions.
For students, parents, carers and school staff.
Arrive at 10am for an important general overview followed by an opportunity to browse the stalls.
Deaf, deafblind and hard of hearing teenagers are invited to the Northern Rivers Deaf Youth Camp at Lake Ainsworth Sport and Recreation Centre, Lennox Head, September 26-29.
Hosted by the Deaf Society, the camp is designed to foster confidence, pride, teamwork and leadership in young deaf people between 12 and 17 years old.
There will be a full program of outdoor activities and personal development workshops over the 4 days. As campers get to know their peers and exchange stories they will make lasting friendships and networks that will serve them well into the future.
Don’t miss this exciting opportunity!
To apply, email our Youth Engagement Officer
Christiane at email@example.com
"there is immense pressure on students to obtain a Bachelor degree, often in cases where a TAFE qualification or on-the-job training would suffice."
Interesting story from The Project on university degrees and the potential benefits of TAFE.
Keep your eyes peeled... The Wauchope TAFE garden is undergoing some TLC at present, courtesy of our Certificate II in Horticulture students. We can't wait to see the final result in a few weeks!
We love this story...
A big thanks to the Wauchope Gazette for this incredibly inspiring story about our student John. After a car crash in 2006 left him a quadriplegic, John refused to give up his active lifestyle.
“What I’ve achieved in my 43 years [pre-accident] was quite amazing. And still, what I’m achieving now, I think it’s pretty amazing.”
Read more about John's journey below.