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ED LEAD THE WAY
The long and the short
of training on offer
FINDING an appropriate training program
can be difficult but the Wodonga TAFE has a
mix of options for both full qualifications and
shorter skill set upgrades which are suitable for
workforce development or management tuition.
Programs can also be tailor-made to meet an
organisation's specific requirements.
Wodonga TAFE training specialists work with
you to build flexible, customised and innovative
programs that will enhance the competencies
of employees and also build the capabilities of
your whole workforce.
"We are committed to providing training
through flexible training models that suit the
needs of the client, including workplace-based
training, online virtual classrooms or industry-
simulated training facilities," said Victoria
Conlan, Director of Business Communications
Service Industry (BCSI).
Wodonga TAFE can also meet the requirement
for short, sharp skill sets rather than a full
Across the border, Riverina-Murray students
will benefit from a unique partnership between
Deakin University and TAFE NSW Riverina
Designed to help build the skills, qualifications
and employability of students living in the
region, the Deakin-Riverina Pathways Program
will make obtaining a tertiary qualification even
more affordable and accessible.
In a first for Deakin, students who complete
a nominated Diploma with TAFE NSW
Riverina Institute are guaranteed entry into
corresponding Deakin University degrees.
The Deakin-Riverina Pathways Program will
initially cover Electrical Engineering and
Business study areas, with Civil Engineering,
Mechanical Engineering and Early Childhood
Education to follow shortly thereafter.
Simply the best choice of LAND. Both sides of the border.
02 6056 7111
Contact Maria or Teresa direct,
7 days a week
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