So you’re through the exam period.
But are you stressing with the wait for marks and the worry of making the right decision about your future study and career choices?
What if someone said: “Take a breather and take the pressure off. Just ‘phone a friend’ for help instead.”
That’s the message from Wodonga TAFE, where they are confident that the services and support of the new Skills & Jobs HQ can help you.
And the team there is ready to help guide you in the right direction.
“Take some of the stress out of this study and career decision-making and ‘phone a friend’ at Wodonga TAFE,” Tracey Holley, who is the manager at the Skills & Jobs HQ, said.
“Our team really does offer these amazing free services that are available for anyone at this point in life, to help ease this process for all involved.”
Free careers counselling and jobs advice
To help people find their direction, fully qualified careers counsellors offer free and impartial advice.
This advice is about all possibilities available at Wodonga TAFE and beyond.
Every day the experienced counsellors help people discover where their talents lie and the best way to get to their dream career.
Even if people are unsure about their options, the counsellors can help them realise the possibilities ahead and explore the different pathways available.
Free TAFE options
‘Free TAFE’ opportunities are at Wodonga TAFE for 2019.
With qualifications and pre-apprenticeships to choose from, there’s sure to be something on this budget-friendly list that appeals.
“As well as studying locally, ‘free TAFE’ gives a financial boost to your education or career journey,” Tracey said.
“These courses are targeted to areas of high employer demand, so great job prospects are waiting for eligible students who complete their qualification.”
TAFE to uni pathways
Turning that university degree ambition into reality is possible with the TAFE to uni pathways program.
University partnerships enable students to receive credit towards a university degree for the studies that they complete at Wodonga TAFE.
Senior educator Higher Education Justine Rofe said students who choose this pathway were well placed to go on to university.
“Our students gain confidence as they learn and work in their chosen industry, so they are well placed to progress to university.”
This advertising feature is sponsored by: Wodonga TAFE