Wauchope

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About TAFE NSW Wauchope

TAFE NSW Wauchope 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.

TAFE NSW Wauchope 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.  

TAFE NSW Wauchope, 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 TAFE NSW Wauchope.

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Young Street WAUCHOPE NSW 2446
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Quick facts at a glance

600+

currently enrolled students

50+

qualified staff providing quality education

5+

years industry experience to teach at TAFE NSW

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Facilities available at TAFE NSW Wauchope

  • Disabled parking
  • Library
  • Learning Support Centre with computer labs
  • Student lounge and kitchen
  • Carpentry and joinery workshop
  • Horticulture greenhouse
  • BBQ area
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Student life

    • Remember to switch off for earth hour. Our actions on climate change will shape the future for our children.

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    • Here's a few more recipe's from our students. Why not pick one to try this weekend! :)

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  • We love Australia's cultural diversity and fully support a day that celebrates incluseiveness, respect while promoting a sense of belonging for everyone. This week we're all about sharing different cultural recipes, how have you celebrated? Happy Harmony Day everyone!

    21 Mar 1 Like
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  • Kangaroo Stew anyone?

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  • Our construction section were out and about today promoting the benefits of trade apprenticeships at the grand opening of Sovereign Hills. They may have found a future apprentice! :-)

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  • Try something a little Irish :-)

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    • Happy St Patrick's Day everyone!

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    • This is the first recipe from one of our students in the lead up to Harmony Day, the lovely vanilla slice originates from France and i'm sure it's a popular favourite with most people. Make sure you like the recipe - the recipe with the most LIKES wins! Ingredients: 600mls cream 100g Instant vanilla pudding mix 200g Lattice biscuits 2Tbs Custard powder 1tsp Vanilla essence Topping: 1 cup pure icing sugar sifted 1 tsp butter melted 1 Tbs milk 1/2 tsp vanilla essence 1/2 cup dessicated coconut Method: STEP 1 - Place cream, instant pudding, custard powder and vanilla into the bowl of a food processor and process on medium speed until combined and thick. It must not fall from the spoon. STEP 2 - Alternatively, place these ingredients into a bowl and use an electric hand mixer. STEP 3 - With a wooden spoon, pile a good amount of cream mixture onto a biscuit. STEP 4 - Place another biscuit on top and smooth down the sides, filling in the sides with more cream if there are hollows. Continue for the remaining biscuits. STEP 5 - Topping: Sift icing sugar into a bowl. STEP 6 - Add butter, milk and essence and mix together with a fork until a firm consistency is reached. Add a very small amount of extra milk, if required. STEP 7 - Spread icing onto each slice, then dip into the cocnut while it is still moist. STEP 8 - If possible, store for 2 days in an airtight container in the fridge to allow biscuits to soften.

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  • Beautiful!

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  • Great stories about women excelling in trades such as painting, carpentry, small and large engine mechanics and electro-technology. #beambitious

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  • Are you going to the Comboyne Show this weekend? #showtime #regionalshow

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  • Loving the creativity in our dress up photo booth at today's pizza day. I'm looking forward to handing out some prizes! :)

    9 Mar 1 Like
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