Lithgow TAFE will showcase its innovative approach to high-quality education and training at an Open Day event on Wednesday, June 21.
Open Day presents a great opportunity for one-on-one course advice, and to meet the teachers and past graduates from Lithgow TAFE to discuss training opportunities.
Highlights will include campus tours, displays, presentations and a barbecue lunch supplied by the VRA Volunteer Rescue Association with proceeds going towards the VRA.
Lithgow TAFE relieving college team leader Lisa Turner-Nowak said the organisation provided skills for today’s jobs and future careers.
“Whether you are looking for a career you love, skills to score a promotion at work, or a vocation change, TAFE NSW offers more than 1,200 on-campus and online courses, providing flexibility that allows students to balance their study, work and family commitments,” she said.
Potential students will also have the chance to view interactive live demonstrations and signature events that are being held right across the state.
These include posy-making workshops, barista demonstrations and Fitting & Machining and Welding students will have showcase their projects for 2017.
The Open Day forms part of TAFE NSW Open Week, where 130 TAFE NSW locations across the state will collectively display their extensive facilities, course offerings, employer partnerships, world-class training and technology.
The first state-wide TAFE NSW Open Week, held in January, attracted more than 10,000 attendees to 1300 events. A further 26,000 people watched the proceedings online via Facebook Live events.
The Lithgow Open Day will run from 9am-5pm.
For more information visit www.courses.tafensw.edu.au/open-week or call 131 601.