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The Northern NSW Local Health District are running an Aboriginal art competition, with $5000 to be won.
The theme is "working together to improve Aboriginal health and wellbeing".
Entries close 26th of April 2019.
See entry details.
Working on location at Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary the students studying Certificate II Animal Studies discuss Echidna care with Trainer Alice Roser.
Are you planning to volunteer at Bluesfest? We’re offering you the opportunity to turn your experience into real skills via our fully-subsidised TAFE NSW skills-set.
Not only do you get to volunteer at one of Australia’s coolest festival but you get recognised for your work which can lead to further study in Events, Travel, Tourism, and Hospitality.
If you live or work in NSW and are an Australian citizen, permanent resident, humanitarian visa holder or New Zealand citizen get in touch. firstname.lastname@example.org or
Sarah at email@example.com
here to register as a volunteer at Bluesfest.
The English Language students attended an excursion to Pottsville Creek, in which the volunteers from Community Dune Care taught them more about the environment and habitat in which they live.
In preparation for this excursion to enhanced there speaking and listening skills, students covered related vocabulary in class and researched information on beach care, wild weather and erosion.
For the fifth consecutive year our English Language students shared Harmony Day with the Year 5 students from St Anthony’s Primary School, who are curently studying multiculturalism as part of their curriculum.
Our English Language students spent weeks creating and practising interesting lessons to deliver to the students at St Anthony's.
"It is a great way for our students to feel proud of their culture, and to practise their English speaking and listening skills.The school children are always extremely inquisitive asking lots of questions. You can see their minds and perceptions of the world expanding before you. We were warmly invited back again next year" says Kristie Hedley, Head Teacher of Career Pathways.
TAFE NSW Kingscliff has welcomed 23 students from Osaka over the last 2 weeks. The students are undertaking Pharmacy and English studies while staying with local Homestay Families here on the Tweed.
Some of their tour highlights included a chance to get up close and personal with local wildlife at Currumbin Sanctuary & visited Fingal Headland, experiencing local culture with Franc Krasna.
The group also visited the School of Pharmacy and Pharmacology at Griffith University and mixed with students at St Ambrose School in Pottsville.
Can you believe it's week six already? We hope you're enjoying your studies with us. Don't forget to check out the range of student services available to help support you through your learning journey. Find out more today. https://www.tafensw.edu.au/student-services
Our doors are open and it is business as usual here at TAFE NSW. We are not experiencing any issues with operation due to Cyclone Oma
Do you want to share your knowledge and skills with other Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people? Then this qualification might be for you!!!
TAFE NSW North Region is taking EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST to run;
• Full qualification in TAE40116 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment.
• Upgrade from your superseded TAE40110 to the latest TAE40116 Certificate IV in Training and Assessment
This course covers training design, training delivery and assessment activities – allowing you to:
• Deliver training and assessment in a TAFE or Registered Training Organisation (RTO)
• Deliver nationally-recognised training
• Provide on-the-job instruction in a workplace environment, such as one-to-one apprenticeship training
• Conduct workplace assessments and skill audits
• Work as an enterprise trainer
• Coach and mentor staff
• Become a confident presenter and facilitator of learning
Alternatively you can contact your local Aboriginal Engagement Officers at your closest TAFE NSW campus (North Region Only) if you have any further enquiries.
To register your interest please see link attached
NOTE: Those entering this program must be able to demonstrate vocational competency in their proposed teaching and assessing area. Vocational competency is defined as broad industry knowledge and experience, and may include, but is not limited to, holding a relevant unit of competency or qualification.
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