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Big jump in TAFE Bundaberg enrolments

Enrolments at TAFE Queensland Bundaberg have increased by 13.6 per cent as a result of greater engagement with schools and an interest in upskilling fuelled by COVID-19.

School holiday jobs to launch careers in agriculture

Farmers and industry representatives are paving the way for local students to find a career in agriculture with paid school holiday placements.

Long service to Council and community recognised

Bundaberg Regional Council employees Richard Senyard and Ian Bryer have clocked up 40 years of service to the organisation.

Women succeed in local agriculture industry

There are some feminine faces behind one of the Bundaberg Region’s biggest success stories at Austchilli and they’re encouraging more women to consider a career in agriculture.

Australian Defence Force recruiting for rewarding roles

If you are itching for adventure or a new career, The Australian Defence Force is holding two career information sessions in Bundaberg.

Agricultural leaders to grow from new course

A new TAFE Queensland course specifically designed to upskill the next generation of agricultural leaders is helping to strengthen and future-proof the growing Bundaberg industry.

Course offers pathway to Individual Support Care career

East Coast Apprenticeships Bundaberg is delivering a specially designed program for those interested in launching a career in Individual Support Care.

Meet friendly school crossing supervisor Lee

School crossing supervisor Lee Beljon has helped children cross the road safely at St Joseph’s Catholic School for more than a decade.

Bundaberg local recruits for Defence

Defence jobs are secure during COVID-19 and former Bundaberg local Adam Wright is leading the charge to recruit.

Bundaberg TAFE students create history

International engineering students studying at TAFE Queensland’s Bundaberg campus have literally created history, replicating a torpedo for the Queensland Air Museum.

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