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NEW FLEXIBLE COURSES FOR ART ENTHUSIASTS 0

Sculpture_0032GOTAFE have launched a new series of flexible short courses designed for art enthusiasts.

Life Drawing, Pushing the Boundaries with Drawing and the Secret to Layers with Oils are six week accredited courses now on offer as part of a new suite of flexible learning programs at GOTAFE. Read more

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NEW HOME & NEW SPONSOR FOR NATIONAL DAIRY YOUTH CAMP 0

IMG_5082Local young people are being given the opportunity to participate in a 5 day camp designed to support their interest in the dairy industry.

The National All Breeds Dairy Youth Camp, previously held at the Melbourne Showgrounds has found a new home at Tatura Park, thanks to the generous sponsorship of International Dairy Week. Read more

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AN ACCIDENTAL PATHWAY INTO AGRICULTURE 0

Finn Leahy_Gipps studentFinn Leahy never planned on a career in Agriculture, during his time at St Pauls Anglican Grammar School, he focused on a pathway involving Graphic Design and Architecture.

After completing Year 12, Finn didn’t want to rush into university, so instead he started working on a farm; it didn’t take long to get him hooked. Read more

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BAKING DEPARTMENT PRODUCES WINNERS 0

L A Judge Awards Dinner and Presentation

L A Judge Awards Dinner and Presentation

GOTAFE student Ben Werner has taken out a nationwide baking apprenticeship award after three days of intense competition and assessment against five other young bakers from across the country. Read more

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TWO STUDENTS WILL REPRESENT GOTAFE AT THE WORLD SKILLS COMPETITION 0

Automotive apprentice Crystal McLaren and Hairdressing student Eloise McCormick will compete at the National level of the World Skills Competition this October.

Crystal and Eloise earnt the opportunity to represent GOTAFE initially at the regional level of the competition after edging out their competitors, their fellow classmates in an internal competition arranged by GOTAFE. Their impressive performance at the regional level has now secured them a place at the National Competition, where the pressure will be on as they undertake three days of intensive competition against the nation’s best in their field. Read more

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NEW HOME & NEW SPONSOR FOR NATIONAL DAIRY YOUTH CAMP 0

IMG_5085Local young people are being given the opportunity to participate in a 5 day camp designed to support their interest in the dairy industry.

The National All Breeds Dairy Youth Camp, previously held at the Melbourne Showgrounds has found a new home at Tatura Park, thanks to the generous sponsorship of International Dairy Week. Read more

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PLACEMENT PROVIDES OPPORTUNITIES FOR ALL 0

Jenny & Doreen Smith 2Nursing students have begun practical placement at health care providers around the region.

First year Diploma of Nursing (Enrolled – Division 2 Nursing) (HLT51612) students Jenny Draper and Christine Murray will spend two weeks stationed at Mansfield District Hospital as part of their Diploma of Nursing studies.

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TERTIARY OPTIONS OPEN THANKS TO KEY PARTNERSHIP 0

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Advancing your career and building on your networks is something many Professionals aim to achieve, but can prove difficult in regional areas. A partnership between GOTAFE and Federation University is attempting to make the transition to tertiary study an easy option for regional Victorian’s.

GOTAFE and Federation University have partnered to deliver the Bachelor of Applied Management, or BAM, through the GOTAFE Shepparton Campus, providing students with a unique opportunity to study without leaving town. Read more

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NCDE INDUSTRY CELEBRATION 0

The NCDE recognised the achievements of 15 graduating students as part of the WestVic Dairy South West Dairy Awards on 19 May 2016 at Deakin University Warrnambool.

The NCDE students were recognised during the evening in front of more than 250 guests that included their peers, family and friends, as well farmers and industry representatives there to celebrate their achievements. Read more