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Wimmera Community Services Certificate III Information Session

Tue 20 Nov, 1pm - 2pm

Wimmera

Wimmera Community Services Certificate III Information SessionThis course will provide you with the core skills to support individuals through the provision of person-centred services, work with a diverse range of people and situations, and communicate effectively in community services organisations.This course is perfect for people who want to work in community services, or those looking for the foundation skills necessary to complete further studies in the field. It will provide you with the skills and knowledge to prepare you to work in a range of community service roles.Your career could see you work within residential care community rehabilitation, family support, social work, welfare, alcohol and/or other drug rehabilitation, case work, counselling, mental health, health education, disability services respite and other community settings.Attend the information session to find out more about this nationally recognised qualification commencing in Horsham in 2019.When:  Tuesday 20th November, 1.00-2.00pmWhere: Auditorium, Building C, Federation University Wimmera Campus, Baillie St HorshamSee full course details at:https://study.federation.edu.au/#/stream/Community+and+children's+services?Concessions available (subject to eligibility)This training is delivered with Victorian and Commonwealth Government funding. RTO code 4909.For further information, feel free to contact 53276540 or skillsandjobs@federation.edu.au

20
NOV

East Gippsland Business Success Seminar

Tue 20 Nov, 10am - 3pm

Riversleigh Bairnsdale, Bairnsdale, VIC

This event is by invitation only, and is open only to the participants of the Federation East Gippsland Business Awards 2018.This event will provide an opportunity to network with the other finalists and participate in a number of workshops that will assist you in managing and growing your business.  The theme for this year will be focussed on leadership, including your own style and developing leadership in your teams.

20
NOV

Wimmera - Aged Care & Nursing Information Session

Tue 20 Nov, 6pm - 7pm

Wimmera

Attend the information session to find out more about study options commencing in 2019.We provide students with access to leading educators, technology and resources.Our teaching spaces include simulated hospital wards, plus extensive clinical placement programs allowing students to learn in the same places they will eventually work.A Nursing or Individual Support qualification opens up a tremendous range of rewarding career opportunities. Graduates are highly sought-after for their capacity to deliver high quality patient centred and evidence based care, directed toward improving patient outcomes and are prepared for a career in a variety of health care settings.Study with us at Federation University Australia and you’ll gain more than a recognised qualification. You’ll also have the opportunity to make a real difference to your community.If you are interested in studying Aged Care or Nursing in 2019, feel free to attend this information session.Where:    Auditorium, Building C, Horsham Campus, Baillie St, HorshamWhen;     Tuesday November 20th 6.00pm to 7.00pmTo register for this event, please contact 53276540 or skillsandjobs@federation.edu.au  

20
NOV

Wimmera - Business Info Session

Wed 21 Nov, 5pm - 6pm

Wimmera

Our business programs are designed for students who want to gain a strong background across the broad scope of business and organisational function areas, and develop a strong strategic and entrepreneurial emphasis towards innovation and the development & growth of businesses.Studies in business requirements, promotion, and research & analysis are some of the areas studied and which equip students to enter straight into industry or into the Bachelor of Management.Courses discussed include;Certificate IV in Accounting and BookkeepingYou will learn the core accounting skills needed to become a registered BAS agent or certified bookkeeper - whether that is across payroll, activity statements or the latest in cloud computing software.Diploma of Project ManagementLearn to effectively manage projects from initiation to completion. This qualification aims to provide you with the tools and knowledge required to effectively manage projects that align with organisational goals and objectives.Diploma of Leadership and ManagementWith some management experience, you are now looking to develop your expertise to make you an effective manager with skills across the management of business, performance and people.Advanced Diploma of Leadership and ManagementProvides managers with skills and knowledge in the areas of Leadership, Management, Finance, Risk Management, Strategic Planning and Human Resources.If you are interested in learning more about the study opportunities in Business, then attend this info session to explore your options with our teaching staff.When:  Wednesday November 21th, 5.00-6.00pmWhere: Auditorium, Building C, Federation University Wimmera Campus, Baillie St HorshamFor further information please contact 53276540 or skillsandjobs@federation.edu.au

21
NOV

Trends in Historiography - CRCAH seminar

Thu 22 Nov, 1pm - 3pm

SMB

Every year we arrange some skills-development sessions for postgraduate students of the Collaborative Research Centre in Australian History (CRCAH). These are optional, but we encourage you to come along if you can.Professor Keir Reeves will be leading the discussion regarding current trends in historiography.This is the final seminar for the annual CRCAH Postgraduate Seminar Series. Location: Barry Room (A101), SMB Campus.If you wish to attend, please RSVP to k.avery@federation.edu.au  

22
NOV

Public History Panel - Social Histories of Sport

Thu 22 Nov, 5:30pm - 11pm

The Mallow Hotel, Ballarat, Victoria

We at the Collaborative Research Centre in Australian History (CRCAH) invite you to join us as we celebrate another great year of history and research. Join in on a discussion about the role of sport in history and society with Australia’s most prolific author on the history of Australian football and CRCAH PhD student, Dan Eddy and also Professor Keir Reeves.Then stick around for a few drinks and maybe dinner if you like with friends, colleagues and others.5.30pm 'til as late as you like!

22
NOV

St Margaret's School and Berwick Grammar School Year 10 Experience Day

Fri 23 Nov, 9am - 2:30pm

Berwick

Year 10 students from St Margaret's School and Berwick Grammar School will spend the day on campus at Berwick.  During the morning students will take part in mock interviews and in the afternoon will take part in a University school based activity.

23
NOV

Conversations in Spring Series

Fri 2 Nov - Fri 23 Nov

Ballarat Library, Ballarat, Victoria

'Conversations in Spring' Series Following on from the excellent winter conversations, the Collaborative Research Centre in Australian History (CRCAH) along with the Ballarat Library invite you to join us for more discussions (and songs) in spring.Follow the links for further information and registration:Friday 2 November, 2.00-3.00pm - with Prof Christina Twomey and Prof Keir Reeves discussing Prisoners of War in Postwar AustraliaThursday 15 November, 6.00-7.30pm - with composer, pianist and educator from Federation University, Rick Chew at the PianoFriday 23 November, 2.00-3.00pm - Stuart Kells with Jenny Finak and Anna Parsons, discussing books, libraries and the 'hallowed spaces' of learning 

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23 Nov

Lowanna College Year 11 In School "Uniquest" Interactive Session

Tue 27 Nov, 9am - 3:30pm

Lowanna College, Newborough, Victoria

FedUni Schools Outreach staff and student ambassadors will travel to Lowanna College and deliver our interactive game "Uniquest" to students. Students will compete in teams to test their knowledge on key topics such as applying to university, SEAS, scholarships, uni life and surviving VCE.  

27
NOV

Rural Sciences Information Session

Tue 27 Nov, 6pm - 7pm

Fed Uni TAFE Rural Sciences Campus, Wendouree, Vic

Is sharing and growing our sustainable future, working on solutions; encompassing primary industries, technology and management of interest to you? We provide a range of industry relevant learning programs across a broad spectrum of these industries.Surrounded by the Ballarat Botanical Gardens and backing onto a large wetland area, our Horticulture and Conservation students make the most of our unique location, and undertake hands on learning. Our Agriculture students undertake sustainable farming practices using equipment and facilities they can expect to find in a modern agricultural enterprise at our Mt Rowan campus.Find out more about careers and programs in Rural Sciences at this Information Session, including Agriculture, Wool Classing, Horticulture and Conservation & Land Management.Where: Fed Uni TAFE, Rural Sciences Campus, cnr Gilles St Nth & Gregory St, WendoureeWhen: Tuesday 27th November 2018, 6.00 to 7.00pmFor further information, contact 5327 6540 or email skillsandjobs@federation.edu.au.  

27
NOV

Free TAFE Information Day

Wed 28 Nov, 12pm - 2pm

SMB

From 1 January 2019, the Victorian Government Free TAFE for Priority Courses initiative will cover tuition fees for 30 priority non-apprenticeship courses and 20 Victorian apprenticeship pathway courses for students who are eligible for government-subsidised training.Free TAFE for Priority Courses will give more Victorians the chance to study at TAFE.More than ever, the skills we need to build our state are learned at TAFE.Free TAFE for Priority Courses will reduce the financial barrier for students wanting to train in courses that lead to jobs in demand from Victorian employers.From 1 January 2019, Free TAFE for Priority Courses covers tuition fees for priority courses for students who are eligible for government-subsidised training. This includes:30 priority non apprenticeship courses20 Victorian apprenticeship pathway courses (sometimes called pre apprenticeships)To explore the Free TAFE opportunities that FedUni TAFE have for 2019, feel free to attend the Fed Uni TAFE Free TAFE information day.This event will encompass the courses on offer, the eligibility requirements to be eligible for Free TAFE as well as the ability to discuss course options with staff who are experts in their area.When: Wednesday November 28th, 12.00 to 2.00pmWhere: Exhibition Space, 'S' Building, Grant St BallaratFor further enquiries contact 53276540 or skillsandjobs@federation.edu.au 

28
NOV

Alkira Secondary College

Wed 28 Nov, 9am - 3pm

Berwick

Next Years Year 12 Students from Alkira Secondary College will be on campus at Berwick for their Big Day Out.  The school has arranged a number of motivational and wellbeing events for the students to rotate through on the day.

28
NOV

Building & Construction Apprenticeship Pathways Courses Info Session

Wed 28 Nov, 5pm - 6pm

SMB

The construction industry continues to be a major force within the local, national and international economy. At our state-of-the-art training facility we deliver training which equips our students with the skills and knowledge to be productive employees in an ever-changing industry.Our professional staff are highly respected for their individual skills and knowledge gained while operating within their vocational fields, and maintain extensive contacts within industry, keeping them abreast of innovation and development.We offer a variety of training options including offsite, face-to-face, online and workplace delivery; incorporating the latest digital technology to compliment our training methods.If you are looking to commence a career in the Building & Construction industry in the following areas of training:Certificate II in Building and Construction Pre-apprenticeship (Bricklaying) (Painting & Decorating) (Carpentry)Certificate II in Construction PathwaysCertificate II in Electrotechnology (Career Start)Certificate II in Furniture MakingCertificate II in Plumbing (Pre-apprenticeship)then feel free to attend the Fed UNI TAFE's Building & Construction Apprenticeship Pathways Courses Info Session to discuss options, including Free TAFE, for 2019.When:  Wednesday November 28th, 2018Where: 'R' Building, 10-12 Grant St BallaratFor further information, feel free to contact 03 5327 6540 or email skllsandjobs@federation.edu.au   

28
NOV

Hospitality Information Session

Wed 28 Nov, 5:30pm - 6:30pm

SMB

Does the fast-paced hospitality industry excite you? Do you love to serve people? Are you passionate about the evolving world of food and drink or have been working in the industry and want to have your skills formally recognised? You will learn a range of practical skills like creating stand-out coffee, delivering exceptional customer service and handling food in the safest possible way. Then you can take your expertise to roles like making your regulars their beloved daily coffee, to managing customers in five star hotels, or even to studying further with our Diploma of Hospitality Management. or,Commercial cookery is a dynamic and critical part of any hospitality business, from 5-star hotel kitchens through to restaurant and café settings.The fast, challenging and dynamic hospitality industry spans the globe, and this course will give you a chance to be part of it. You'll learn how to prepare and present food, about dietary and cultural requirements, creating and costing menus, communicating well with your team and food safety. Most of our students who take this course are apprentices who have an employer in the industry and would like to open the doors towards becoming a chef.This course is offered as both an apprenticeship and non apprentice pathway.If you are interested in the Front of House side of hospitality, or the energy of a commercial kitchen, then come to the Hospitality information session.Where: Prospects Restaurant, SMB Campus, Lydiard St Sth, BallaratWhen: Wednesday November 28th, 2018 5.30 to 6.30pmFor further information please contact 03 53276540 or skillsandjobs@federation.edu.au.To register, please use the register button to record your details.  

28
NOV

Wimmera - Certificate III in Horticulture Information Session

Thu 29 Nov, 1pm - 2pm

Wimmera

Is sharing and growing our sustainable future, working on solutions; encompassing primary industries, technology and management of interest to you? We provide a range of industry relevant learning programs across a broad spectrum of these industries.Located within the Wimmera and Grampians area, Horticulture and Conservation students make the most of our unique location, and undertake hands on learning. Find out more about careers and programs in Certificate III in Horticulture at this Information Session.Where: Auditorium, Building C, Federation University Wimmera Campus, 289 Baillie St, Horsham When: Thursday 29th November 1.00-2.00pmFor further information, contact 5327 6540 or email skillsandjobs@federation.edu.au.To register, please use register now button. 

29
NOV

Sale College Year 11 In School "Uniquest" Interactive Session

Fri 30 Nov, 9am - 3:30pm

Sale College, Sale, Victoria

FedUni Schools Outreach staff and student ambassadors will travel to Sale College and deliver our interactive game "Uniquest" to students. Students will compete in teams to test their knowledge on key topics such as applying to university, SEAS, scholarships, uni life and surviving VCE.  

30
NOV

Hairdressing Information Session

Mon 3 Dec, 5:30pm - 6:30pm

SMB

Set yourself up for a career creating and styling, surrounded by people in our modern program. Earn while you learn by studying our certificate and completing your apprenticeship alongside it, or you can treat our program as an authentic alternative to an apprenticeship or get to the top of your game with our advanced training course, whether your dream is to start your own salon, become a technical haircare consultant or coordinate your team at work.FedUni TAFE delivers the Certificate III in Hairdressing (SHB30416) and the Certificate IV in Hairdressing (SHB 40216).Enrol into the complete program, or pick a set of skills to suit your needs.To learn more about these courses and paths into the Hairdressing sector, feel free to attend Hairdressing Information SessionWhen:  5.30pm to 6.30pm, Monday December 3rd Where: UniStyle, SMB Campus, Lydiard St Sth entrance  See full course details at:https://study.federation.edu.au/#/course/DSHB?fromTAFE - Certificate III in Hairdressinghttps://study.federation.edu.au/#/course/DLLJ?fromTAFE - Certificate IV in HairdressingConcessions available (subject to eligibility)This training is delivered with Victorian and Commonwealth Government funding. RTO code 4909. 

03
DEC

Free TAFE - Wimmera Community Services Information Session

Tue 4 Dec, 1pm - 2pm

Wimmera

Free TAFE for Priority Courses will give more Victorians the chance to study at TAFE.More than ever, the skills we need to build our state are learned at TAFE.Free TAFE for Priority Courses will reduce the financial barrier for students wanting to train in courses that lead to jobs in demand from Victorian employers. (eligibility applies)This sector provides a rewarding career for those passionate about helping others. With a vast array of options to choose from, FedUni's programs will equip you with developing the theories and fields of practice that contribute to community and human services work.Your career could see you work within residential care community rehabilitation, family support, social work, welfare, alcohol and/or other drug rehabilitation, case work, counselling, mental health, health education, disability services respite and other community settings.To discuss the Free TAFE options within the Community Services area, feel free to attend Free TAFE Wimmera Community Services Information SessionWhen:  Tuesday 4th December, 1.00-2.00pmWhere:  Room 20/21, Building M , Federation University Wimmera Campus, Baillie St HorshamSee full course details at:https://study.federation.edu.au/#/stream/Community+and+children's+services?Concessions available (subject to eligibility)This training is delivered with Victorian and Commonwealth Government funding. RTO code 4909.For further information, feel free to contact 53276540 or skillsandjobs@federation.edu.au

04
DEC

Certificate IV & Diploma Building & Construction Info Session

Tue 4 Dec, 6pm - 7pm

SMB

Step up to the top of your game in the building and construction industry with our specialist, nation-wide recognised qualifications. We'll prepare you to apply for your registration as a domestic builder and manage a successful construction site or residential building business. You'll learn how to choose contractors, oversee work, manage quality, timelines and budgets and liaise with clients. Best of all, you'll benefit from above average weekly full time earnings and higher than average job openings expected in the next few years for building technicians.If you are interested in advancing your career in the Building & Construction sector, then feel free to talk to our teachers about options available to you at the Building & Construction info sesion.When:   Tuesday December 4th, 6.00-7.00pmWhere: Exhibition Space, 'S' Building, Grant St Ballarat For further information, feel free to contact 53276540 or skillsandjobs@federation.edu.au  

04
DEC

Brisbane MBA Information Night

Tue 4 Dec, 5pm - 7pm

FedUni Brisbane Campus, Brisbane, QLD

FedUni Brisbane invites you to transform your career with our MBA degree. 

04
DEC

Trafalgar High School Year 8 In School Workshop

Thu 6 Dec, 8:30am - 12:30pm

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FedUni Schools Outreach staff and student ambassadors will travel to Trafalgar High School to talk to Year 8 students about higher education.  School students will work with current university students to develop self-awareness and confidence, as well as show the links between school and employment.

06
DEC

Automotive & Engineering Information Session

Thu 6 Dec, 3pm - 4pm

SMB

If you're interested in working in one of the many automotive industry fields, our certificates and diploma will provide ideal preparation. working closely with industry, our expert teachers impart specialised skills in the area of heavy diesel, light vehicle, part sales and vehicle technician.Adapting to the changing face of manufacturing, engineering and technology, we provide world-class services to our students and industry. Our region leads the way in manufacturing and engineering and we have adapted to the skills needs of our industry through trade, post-trade and technical training. Operating in an environment of new and converging technologies, our programs reflect the needs of industry deploying the latest technologies and equipment, and are taught by industry-experienced professional teachers.If you are interseted in pursuing a career in the auto sector or within the engineering field, then feel free to attend the Automotive & Engineering Information Session to discuss your options into 2019 with our staff.When: Thursday December 6th, 3.00-4.00pmWhere: Exhibition Space, 'S' Building, Grant St BallaratFor further information feel free to contact 5327 6540 or skillsandjobs@federation.edu.au

06
DEC

East Loddon Secondary College

Fri 7 Dec, 11am - 1pm

Mt Helen

East Loddon Year 10 and 11 students will be on campus at Mt Helen for a range of activities and to find out about FedUni courses and student life.

07
DEC

Australian Legacies of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights - seventy years on

Mon 10 Dec, 10am - 4pm

SMB

CRCAH and Australian Lawyers for Human Rights (ALHR)Australian Legacies of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights - seventy years onTo mark the seventieth annierrsary of the signing of the Universal Declaration of Human RIghts, join community advocates, researchers and legal professionals in discussing and planning for a future that honours the legacies of human rights.Program to be confirmed.Contact David McGinniss d.mcginniss@federation.edu.au for more information or to confirm your attendance.

10
DEC

Endeavour Program Cert II in General Education for Adults Information Session

Tue 11 Dec, 11am - 12pm

SMB

Are you ready to pursue your goals?Improve your general education, and prepare for further study pathways.The Endeavor program is for individuals who want to return to further study, improve their employment prospects or who want to engage in life long learning. You may be a school leaver or young adult who needs some transition education before you pursue further education. You may be mature aged and have been at home with a family, or have not been engaged in formal education for a long time.The program gives you the opportunity to re-engage with learning and build on your confidence in a friendly, supportive setting, while developing your skills as a life-long learner. We will help you to become an independent learner in maths, oral and written communication.The completion of 22473VIC Cert II level is the equivalent of Year 10, and meets the minimum educational requirement for entry to the Australian Defence Force. There is a science elective stream that allows students to build their capacity for STEM education.FedUNI are holding two information sessions for this course to discuss the course content as well as the eligibility and application process.Where   Room S011, 'S' Building FedUni TAFE, Grant St BallaratWhen    Tuesday December 11th, 11.00am to 12.00pm              Tuesday December 11th, 5.30pm to 6.30pmFurther study options• TAFE Certificate III and IV programs• TAFE Diploma Programs (entry conditions may apply)To register your interest in attending, please contact 5327 8240 or college@federation.edu.au

11
DEC

Endeavour Program Cert II in General Education for Adults Information Session

Tue 11 Dec, 5:30pm - 6:30pm

SMB

Are you ready to pursue your goals?Improve your general education, and prepare for further study pathways.The Endeavor program is for individuals who want to return to further study, improve their employment prospects or who want to engage in life long learning. You may be a school leaver or young adult who needs some transition education before you pursue further education. You may be mature aged and have been at home with a family, or have not been engaged in formal education for a long time.The program gives you the opportunity to re-engage with learning and build on your confidence in a friendly, supportive setting, while developing your skills as a life-long learner. We will help you to become an independent learner in maths, oral and written communication.The completion of 22473VIC Cert II level is the equivalent of Year 10, and meets the minimum educational requirement for entry to the Australian Defence Force. There is a science elective stream that allows students to build their capacity for STEM education.FedUNI are holding two information sessions for this course to discuss the course content as well as the eligibility and application process.Where   Room S011, 'S' Building FedUni TAFE, Grant St BallaratWhen    Tuesday December 11th, 11.00am to 12.00pm              Tuesday December 11th, 5.30pm to 6.30pmFurther study options• TAFE Certificate III and IV programs• TAFE Diploma Programs (entry conditions may apply)To register your interest in attending, please contact 5327 8240 or college@federation.edu.au

11
DEC

Community Services

Wed 16 Jan, 12:30pm - 1:30pm

SMB

This sector provides a rewarding career for those passionate about helping others. With a vast array of options to choose from, FedUni's programs will equip you with developing the theories and fields of practice that contribute to community and human services work. Your career could see you work within residential care community rehabilitation, family support, social work, welfare, alcohol and/or other drug rehabilitation, case work, counselling, mental health, health education, disability services respite and other community settings.Enrol into the complete program, or pick a set of skills to suit your needs.To learn more about these courses and paths into the Community Services sector, feel free to attend Community Services Information SessionWhen:  12.30pm to 1.30pm, Wednesday January 16th, 2019Where: Expo Space, 'S' Building, SMB Campus, Grant St BallaratSee full course details at:https://study.federation.edu.au/#/stream/Community+and+children's+services?Concessions available (subject to eligibility)This training is delivered with Victorian and Commonwealth Government funding. RTO code 4909.

16
JAN

Hospitality Information Session

Wed 30 Jan, 5:30pm - 6:30pm

SMB

Does the fast-paced hospitality industry excite you? Do you love to serve people? Are you passionate about the evolving world of food and drink or have been working in the industry and want to have your skills formally recognised? You will learn a range of practical skills like creating stand-out coffee, delivering exceptional customer service and handling food in the safest possible way. Then you can take your expertise to roles like making your regulars their beloved daily coffee, to managing customers in five star hotels, or even to studying further with our Diploma of Hospitality Management. or,Commercial cookery is a dynamic and critical part of any hospitality business, from 5-star hotel kitchens through to restaurant and café settings.The fast, challenging and dynamic hospitality industry spans the globe, and this course will give you a chance to be part of it. You'll learn how to prepare and present food, about dietary and cultural requirements, creating and costing menus, communicating well with your team and food safety. Most of our students who take this course are apprentices who have an employer in the industry and would like to open the doors towards becoming a chef.This course is offered as both an apprenticeship and non apprentice pathway.If you are interested in the Front of House side of hospitality, or the energy of a commercial kitchen, then come to the Hospitality information session.Where: Prospects Restaurant, SMB Campus, Lydiard St Sth, BallaratWhen: Wednesday January, 30th 5.30 to 6.30pmFor further information please contact 03 53276540 or skillsandjobs@federation.edu.au.To register, please use the register button to record your details.  

30
JAN

Rural Sciences Information Session

Wed 30 Jan, 6pm - 7pm

Fed Uni TAFE Rural Sciences Campus, Wendouree, Vic

Is sharing and growing our sustainable future, working on solutions; encompassing primary industries, technology and management of interest to you? We provide a range of industry relevant learning programs across a broad spectrum of these industries.Surrounded by the Ballarat Botanical Gardens and backing onto a large wetland area, our Horticulture and Conservation students make the most of our unique location, and undertake hands on learning. Our Agriculture students undertake sustainable farming practices using equipment and facilities they can expect to find in a modern agricultural enterprise at our Mt Rowan campus.Find out more about careers and programs in Rural Sciences at this Information Session, including Agriculture, Wool Classing, Horticulture and Conservation & Land Management.Where: Fed Uni TAFE, Rural Sciences Campus, cnr Gilles St Nth & Gregory St, WendoureeWhen: Wednesday January 30th 2019, 6.00 to 7.00pmFor further information, contact 5327 6540 or email skillsandjobs@federation.edu.au.To register, please use register now button. 

30
JAN

Rural Sciences Information Session

Thu 7 Feb, 6pm - 7pm

Fed Uni TAFE Rural Sciences Campus, Wendouree, Vic

Is sharing and growing our sustainable future, working on solutions; encompassing primary industries, technology and management of interest to you? We provide a range of industry relevant learning programs across a broad spectrum of these industries.Surrounded by the Ballarat Botanical Gardens and backing onto a large wetland area, our Horticulture and Conservation students make the most of our unique location, and undertake hands on learning. Our Agriculture students undertake sustainable farming practices using equipment and facilities they can expect to find in a modern agricultural enterprise at our Mt Rowan campus.Find out more about careers and programs in Rural Sciences at this Information Session, including Agriculture, Wool Classing, Horticulture and Conservation & Land Management.Where: Fed Uni TAFE, Rural Sciences Campus, cnr Gilles St Nth & Gregory St, WendoureeWhen: Thursday 7th February 2019, 6.00 to 7.00pmFor further information, contact 5327 6540 or email skillsandjobs@federation.edu.au.To register, please use register now button. 

07
FEB