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Bunbury Open Day provides face-to-face help

Hundreds of people attended the South Regional TAFE Bunbury Campus Open Day on Saturday to find out more about the courses on offer and view the facilities.

Training staff and lecturers were on hand to answer any questions about the courses and show people around areas including the state-of-the-art automotive centre, the library, art studio and computer labs.

Popular training areas included horticulture and conservation land management, beauty, nursing, hospitality and cookery, visual arts, fitness and surveying.

South Regional TAFE Director - Training Services Pieter van Aalen said feedback from the community was very positive.

“A lot of people who attended the open day were unaware of the range of qualifications we have on offer and they were all very impressed with our facilities.

“As a result we generated a lot of expressions of interest for training for this term and 2018.”

Beautifully presented cupcakes and cookies baked by the patisserie students, barista coffee and icing cold fruit punch were served up by TAFE hospitality students.

The nail bar was busy all day and gave beauty lecturers a chance to share information with potential students about the variety of options available in the beauty industry.

The free event was open to the public, and many people received help from the course information team to put in an application or an expression of interest on the day.

TAFE applications are open in rounds with the first round of full-time applications closing on Friday 8 December. The second round of applications closes on Wednesday 3 January.

For more information on TAFE courses in the South West Freecall 1800 621 445 or email courseinfo@srtafe.wa.edu.au 

Page last updated October 16, 2017