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For most automotive students, success comes in the form of landing employment soon after study. For one North Coast TAFE automotive student however, success in landing a job has come coupled with a gold medal and the chance to represent his country.
Not many students travel over two hours to study with North Coast TAFE, but that’s what award-winning apprentice plumber Jordan Williams does every week.
Hailing from Port Macquarie and working for BJ Crowley Plumbing, Jordan travels over two hours to attend classes at the Glenreagh St. TAFE Campus in Coffs Harbour.
A group of early childhood educators from across the Mid North Coast met at the Port Macquarie TAFE Campus last Thursday, July 28, to try to establish a Regional Group of NSW Early Childhood Australia.
Utilising the state-of-the-art technology at Kingscliff TAFE’s automotive facility, Caltex Australia and North Coast TAFE are working together to enhance vehicle performance.
Graham Armstrong, Head Teacher of Automotive Trades says TAFE’s purpose-built facility is well-equipped to meet the needs of the modern auto industry.
Jordan Falckh is learning how to talk to computers and loving the digital language.
The Port local started at Newcastle University earlier this year after finishing his Diploma in Information Technology at Port Macquarie TAFE Campus and he is already reaping the rewards, scoring two high distinctions and a distinction in his first semester.
In Australia, women in trades are underrepresented, occupying just 15.3 percent of technical and trade apprenticeships yet students from North Coast TAFE’s Wollongbar Campus are tackling these norms head on, completing automotive, electrotechnology and plumbing apprenticeships.
Gaining a competitive edge in an
evolving industry can be challenging,
especially one that involves a number of
one-on-one interactions where no two
situations are uniquely the same.
Amidst significant modernisation announcements North Coast TAFE institute director, Elizabeth McGregor, is confident that staff and students along the north coast are well positioned to take advantage of the changes.
For some people, the push to participate in the online computer world may seem immense, especially if you do not feel comfortable performing basic computer tasks.
For Aboriginal Learning Circle - North Coast TAFE Aboriginal language teacher Rhonda Radley, the songlines theme for this year’s NAIDOC week celebration is especially poignant.
Local creative, Kyah May Dwyer has unlocked her creative imagination kicking off a dream career sewing and designing costumes for major film productions, using skills that she nurtured and developed at North Coast TAFE Institute.
As one of the six North Coast TAFE Institute students to take out an award at the 2016 North Coast Training Awards, Daniel Marks was a standout achiever, a student demonstrating excellence in the classroom and workforce.