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Wollongbar TAFE Campus is located on 140 pristine acres in a rural setting. Students at Wollongbar TAFE Campus enjoy a range of sporting facilities, a restaurant, a new student services centre and the only grass tennis court in the Northern Rivers,.
A state-of-the-art education and training facility, Wollongbar TAFE Campus specialises in agriculture, horticulture, fashion and information technology courses. Other vocational areas available at the campus include automotive, plumbing, children's services, and community services.
In addition, Wollongbar TAFE's Tourism section is award-winning, boasting the Silver Award in Tourism Education from the 2014 NSW Tourism Awards and Gold Award in the 2015 NSW Tourism Awards.
Wollongbar TAFE Campus is located on the plateau between Lismore and Ballina on the traditional lands of the Bundjalung Aboriginal people. The sub-tropical climate and rich farmland, Wollongbar is renowned for its variety of fruits, rolling hills and stunning landscape.
If you’re looking to enter the workforce armed with invaluable experience and practical skills, check out the courses available at our Wollongbar TAFE Campus.
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North Coast TAFE 2015 Aviation student of the year Daniel Johnson is well on his way to getting his pilot's license. Flying in a Cessna 172s over Ballina Byron Gateway Airport with aviation teacher and instructor Andrew Trease is just part of the course for this high flyer.
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Richmond River High School aviation students and their North Coast TAFE teacher Andrew Trease enjoy a great last day of their ground operations course. Wood fired pizzas were just the thing to celebrate the completion of their year.
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How do they do it? Master the slicked back Jackie O or the fish braid festival look – check out the latest hair trends from #NewYorkFashionWeek
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And the winner is...
Over 1500 people attended the very popular Sustainable House Day Northern Rivers Expo and Tiny Homes Design Competition on Saturday 17 September at Mullumbimby Civic Hall.
This year’s winner of the $1000 Professional Category on the theme of Tiny Homes: A Pocket Neighbourhood was Neeraja Peeret.
“I am so excited to have won the design competition and are currently looking at building upon this award and showcasing the project further to show that sustainability can be easy, small and cost-effective ” Neeraja Peeret said.
Ms Peeret’s winning design featured a pocket neighbourhood that enabled many people to live sustainably in small houses but with private and communal areas to connect socially in.
Coming in second was Baxter & Jacobson Architects and receiving the Sponsors Highly Recommended award was David Brown David Brown & Alfonso Duran Fraile. The winner of the $500 Byron Shire Community Category was Joe Harvey-Jones with his fantastic design that included rotating house so as the capture the suns rays in every season.
Warren Buys was the winner of the $500 Lismore City Community Award and Margot McCarthy was the winner of the $500 Tweed Shire Community Category. Michael Leung from Balanced Earth was the winner of the $100 People’s Choice Award.
A highlight of the Expo was the highly popular “speed date a sustainable designer” session with filled up early. Also well attended where the informative talks by subject experts and tapping into expert stallholder advice on hand.
“If you missed out on attending the Expo you can still view all the designs at the various Council foyers and the Green Building Centre from the end of October. It’s a treasure trove of our region’s finest, all available for viewing for free”, Sandi Middleton from the Sustainable House Day Northern Rivers Collaboration said.
Sustainable House Day is a joint event by Byron Shire Council, Lismore City Council, Tweed Shire Council, Ballina Shire Council, Green Building Centre, Nimbin Neighbourhood and Information Centre, Self Seed, North Coast TAFE and Dorroughby Environmental Education Centre.
Great article from The Northern Star about the pioneers of the organic and local food movement in the Northern Rivers who continue to live and breath it. Read more below.
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Make sure you head down to the Sustainable House Day today in Mullumbimby! Students and professionals were invited to think creatively and design a sustainable tiny home, teeny tiny home or a pocket neighbourhood that enables simple and sustainable living.
North Coast TAFE teachers from engineering and IT are here with our 3D printer and CAD design software to show you how to make your ideas come to life.
Visit Sustainable House Day Northern Rivers or www.sustainablehousedaynr.org
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North Coast TAFE Aviation teacher Andrew Trease and Annie Benzie from Screen/Media at Lismore TAFE attending a workshop on demystifying drones today at Sport & Rec Centre Lennox Head with Nick Wall from AirSwing Media.
Want to know the top five industries in Australia in need of more workers?
"Employment Department figures show caring — whether in aged, disabled or child care — is forecast to have 100,000 jobs created in the five years to 2021, while sales is expected to have about 90,000 roles for sales assistants and salespersons alone in the same period.
Meanwhile agriculture cannot get enough local workers to fill jobs, trades suffer from skill shortages and hospitality is tipped for growth and already employs the greatest proportion of young workers.
Retail, hospitality and agriculture have the nation’s three lowest-skilled workforces as 50 per cent or more do not have a qualification beyond high school, while no experience is required to start an apprenticeship."
Read more in the Herald Sun article below.
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Protecting children is everyone's business.
Join us for games, competitions, activities and giveaways during National Child Protection Week at TEACH at Wollongbar TAFE cafe between 12-1:30pm all week.
Find out how you can 'play your part' by watching the video below.
Yes you can!
Tomorrow is the start of the 2016 Rio Paralympics. Go Aussies! And to all our disability students – yes you can!
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Cooking up a storm! North Coast TAFE TEACH at Wollongbar TAFE Cert III students demonstrating at Bangalow Sample Food Festival with indigenous influenced spices and flavours. On the First Food Co menu: Bush tomato relish with goats cheese, pan seared local scallops with finger lime and kangaroo sliders with bush tomato relish. Yum! #SampleFoodFest #NCTAFE #TEACH
A fantastic story from ABC News about four of our female students currently studying trades at North Coast TAFE! Find out how they are challenging gender stereotypes in each of their industries. Read on: http://ab.co/2bEbAve
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