Dubbo news stories
Dubbo TAFE's special Open Week activities (13 Jan 17)
“Potential students will have unprecedented access to TAFE Western’s facilities, teachers and support services as we celebrate TAFE NSW Open Week.”
“We’re very proud of the interest the Certificate I in Aboriginal Language course has created. It’s a unique course for TAFE Western and it was great to see so many people get more culturally involved in 2016.”
TAFE Western’s most outstanding staff for 2016 were recognised at the organisation’s prestigious Institute Director’s Awards last night.
“Going to TAFE helped me build good customer skills and also prepared me for employment. I really enjoyed TAFE, it gave me a sense of purpose. It’s a great way to get people off the street and can play a huge role in helping out our community.”
TAFE students’ remarkable Chinese experience (17 Oct 16)
“The students spent the whole time with the orphans – volunteering, supporting and helping care for them through interactive games, tutoring, helping them with their homework and teaching them English."
“A leader’s job is to inspire and encourage whilst a manager’s job is to plan, organise and direct. The Advanced Diploma of Leadership and Management Course combines the two in perfect balance so students have the skills for a successful career.”
“I encourage all students to sign up for any opportunity that comes their way at TAFE because you never know what connections or experiences might come from trying something new."
Macquarie Credit Union supports TAFE students (15 Sep 16)
“For the past couple of years Macquarie Credit Union has generously provided more than $20,000 in financial contributions that go a long way to assisting our students achieve their training and education goals."
“When students reach Year 10 it becomes really important that they start thinking about mapping a path to ensure a successful future."
“The Outbound Mobility program is fantastic. You can consolidate what you are learning with your course whilst gaining a new appreciation and perspective from a culture vastly different to our own."