Wauchope TAFE offers a wide variety of courses from July 23

HAVING A CUDDLE: Students from the Animal Studies class at Wauchope TAFE.
HAVING A CUDDLE: Students from the Animal Studies class at Wauchope TAFE.

An exciting new semester is just around the corner at Wauchope TAFE with a range of great courses set to start from July 23.

There is something for everyone from Communicating in the Computer Age, a free, short, basic computer course which is designed for new and mature-age computer users, through to Certificate IV courses in Community Services or Education Support which produce job-ready students.

For young people looking to gain basic skills in activities such as automotive, retail, horticulture, digital technology, barista, writing and jobseeking skills there is the Certificate II in Career Preparation.

Perhaps you have a love of animals? Have you ever considered becoming an animal attendant with companion animals, a zookeeper or a vet nurse or vet practice manager?

The Certificate II in Animal Studies could be just the ticket as all these pathways begin with this six-month, full-time course which is approved for Centrelink purposes.

Have you considered working as a graphic designer or in digital media? Certificate III in Design Fundamentals covers textiles, prints, sculpture and creative work.

Does a career as a teacher’s aide sound appealing? Certificate III or Certificate IV in Education Support may be for you.  

Learn basic sewing techniques in Sew Successful, or find out about landscaping, turf construction, pest management and sales in Certificate II Horticulture.

An aspiring computer whiz or already know the basics and keen to work in IT? Certificate I or Certificate II in Information, Digital Media and Technology will help you get there.

Would you like to develop and expand your skills in printmaking? The short course Introductory Printmaking covers relief printmaking plus dry point and solar plate etching.

Passionate about textiles? The Introduction to Textiles short course covers a variety of dyeing and printing techniques, felting and fibre work.

For more information drop in at Wauchope TAFE in Young Street, or go online to www.tafensw.edu.au or call 1300 628 233..

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