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Wednesday, 17 May 2017 - 11:13am

Commercial cookery student wins a South West Salmon cooking competition.

Tuesday, 9 May 2017 - 2:38pm

South Regional TAFE hospitality student Anne Sherwood recently won a Registered Training Achievers Award.

Anne is now 18 but has overcome many obstacles in her life to start her training in Hospitality. Anne is a resident at St John of God Horizon House. Horizon House provides accommodation and support for vulnerable young people and helps them gain independence and achieve their goals.

Anne’s lecturers have been impressed with the dedication and determination Anne has shown during her training.

Tuesday, 11 April 2017 - 12:14pm

South Regional TAFE Early Childhood students have participated in a special cultural diversity workshop to enhance their understanding and respect for Indigenous culture heritage.

The workshop was conducted for Early Childhood Education and Care students (Certificate III and Diploma level) as well as Education Support students with children from the onsite College Community Child childcare centre attending. This made it more relevant to the TAFE students’ training and the Early Years Framework.

Wednesday, 29 March 2017 - 4:49pm

South Regional TAFE Horticulture students will get some practical experience, while contributing to a community project, designing and creating a new outdoor space for children at Milligan Community Learning and Resource Centre.

Milligan Makeover is a community driven initiative to redevelop the outdoor play area at the Centre.

Some of the plans for the Centre include sustainable design concepts for a Nature Play area, sandpit, outdoor seating, native plants and outdoor community education classroom. 

Friday, 17 March 2017 - 12:02pm

Music students from the college’s Denmark campus were treated to an intensive one-day workshop with technicians from West Australian Music (WAM) recently.  The event was organised as part of the Sounds of the Great Southern project, for which a CD will be released, allowing the students’ music to be heard beyond the region.

Having recorded tracks in a pop-up studio based in Albany, the students moved onto a computer, on which they used the music editing program ProTools to mix and refine their production.

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