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WHILE the North Coast TAFE Industry Night at the Grafton Campus on June 11 is not specifically about the Pacific Highway upgrade, there are still some great opportunities coming up to help get work in that field.

North Coast TAFE Clarence Valley community relations officer Jeremy Billett said there were two opportunities on the night; industry engagement and student information.

"It is a networking and information event for commercial partners, industry and community who already work with us to feedback how we're going and to discuss future opportunities," Mr Billet said.

"It's also a great opportunity to meet our local North Coast TAFE team and see our facilities.

"At the same time we will have many of our teaching staff available throughout different teaching sections for students to come and ask questions, see our facilities, find out what's on offer and enrol with us before courses begin in the second half of the year.

"Our customer service team will be on hand to take enrolments."

Mr Billett said there would be a range of industry specialists on the night; from hospitality to civil construction.

"The Industry Engagement night will be a casual event for our local industry, government and community groups to drop by after work and chat with our team from across all of our sections," he said.

For those looking for more information on getting work on the Pacific Highway upgrade, Mr Billett said their civil construction and resources infrastructure section head would be on hand to discuss plans for training.

"While this is not a course information night for civil infrastructure and resources, and there will not be a formal presentation, it is a great opportunity for relevant industry to get an overview of the future of our learning directions at North Coast TAFE, including Civil."

The industry engagement night is on June 11, 5pm to 7pm.


  • Civil Construction
  • Conservation & Land Management
  • Hospitality
  • Tourism & Events
  • Information Technology
  • Music, Screen & Media
  • Business & Accounting
  • Nursing
  • Children's Services
  • Retail
  • Hair & Beauty
  • Automotive
  • Electro technology


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