Almost 1000 people explored the annual South Burnett Careers Market at TAFE Queensland’s Kingaroy campus on Thursday.
South Burnett hairdressers, apprentices and trainees enjoyed a special treat on Monday night … a visit from an award-winning city hairdresser willing to share her tips and tricks.
Hospitality students at Kingaroy’s TAFE have been working hard over the past few weeks preparing lunch menus at the college’s Taabinga Room Training Restaurant as part of their training.
“I hope your dreams come true” … this was Cherbourg Mayor Arnold Murray’s message to students at Thursday’s Nurunderi TAFE graduation ceremony.
The TAFE Queensland campus in Kingaroy is challenging South Burnett residents to unlock their true cooking potential with a series of Masterclasses to be held next month.
The Kingaroy Chamber of Commerce and Industry is breaking with tradition with its next Meet’n’Greet – it is being held on a Tuesday, and it will be a breakfast meeting.
South Burnett residents have been encouraged to apply for a $5000 scholarship to study at TAFE in 2018.
The annual South Burnett Careers Market attracted at least 950 registered students to the TAFE Queensland South West’s Kingaroy campus on Thursday.
Nurunderi TAFE’s main lecture theatre was filled to overflowing with students and proud family members at the recent end-of-year graduation.
South Burnett Relay For Life committee member Jenny Underwood dropped by the Kingaroy TAFE last week to thank students and teachers for their help with this year’s fund-raising drive.
TAFE Queensland is looking for currently enrolled or recently graduated students to take part in their next advertising campaign.
Kingaroy RSL’s Kylie Leask will represent the region at the Iron Chef cooking competition in Brisbane
South Burnett Directions has organised another series of workshops in conjunction with TAFE South West to help improve customer service in the South Burnett.
Applications close on Sunday (May 15) for Semester 2 scholarships to study at Queensland TAFE colleges.
TAFE Queensland South West will be running a short course in First Aid and CPR in Kingaroy on Thursday, May 19.
South Burnett roads should be a little bit safer after another 300 or so Year 11 students were put through the day-long RYDA program in Kingaroy this week.
TAFE’s Kingaroy campus celebrated its 30th birthday on Tuesday evening with lots of food, drinks, music, memories and three special awards.
TAFE Queensland South West says there are limited places available in certificate courses at Kingaroy TAFE for flat fees between $50 and $400.
The Kingaroy TAFE campus will be hosting a special “study options” afternoon on Monday (January 18) for anyone interested in further education.
Staff and students from TAFE Queensland South West recently banded together to raise almost $2500 for Buy a Bale to support farmers in need.