See you at the Wodonga Sustainable Living Fair on Sunday August 5th, 2012

Preparations are under way for the 5th Wodonga Sustainable Living Fair at La Trobe University, Wodonga this coming Sunday. 

Wodonga Institute of TAFE have a stall and will have brochures available on the courses we are currently offering and ones we hope to run in 2013.

Business, Government and the wider community now consider sustainability issues to be an integral part of their operations.  Therefore, there is an increasing demand for employers and employees to actively engage in a low carbon economy.  The courses that Wodonga TAFE are able to offer will enable you to assist your organization to adopt sustainable business practices leading to increased productivity, reduced costs and improved environmental performance.  The skills and knowledge that you will gain will enable you to embed sustainability principles into your everyday work practices and provide you with an additional high-level qualification that will be an asset in your current workplace.

We look forward to seeing you there on Sunday 10am to 2pm.  See flyer for more details

Taking Enrolments for Semester 2 NOW!

Semester 2 is almost upon us, we are now taking enrolments for Semester 2 Courses including: Certificate IV in Home Sustainability and Diploma of Sustainability.  The timetables for these courses have now been set. 

We also have a variety of short courses available in semester 2 (see our new tab above) for more details.

Contact us now to enrol in any course on Sustainability, Centre for Sustainable Skills on 02 6055 6669 or email

Diploma of Sustainability Classes starting January 2012

Diploma of Sustainability Classes starting in January 2012

Book your spot now!

Please contact us to arrange a suitable time to discuss with your teacher and find out more information about the Diploma of Sustainability.

Interviews will be conducted on the following dates :

Tue 10th January 2012 from 12.00pm – 8.00pm

Wed 11th January 2012 from 12.00pm – 8.00pm


Call us now  to book your interview on 02 6055 6669.

As soon as we receive your confirmation, we will forward through enrolment forms and other necessary documentation.

Hume Murray Farmers Market 2012

Hume Murray Farmers Market Dates 2012

Every SECOND SATURDAY from 8:00am – 12:00pm

Situated at Gateway Village, Lincoln Causeway, Wodonga. Come along and shop and support the fresh produce and prepared foods grown and made on our doorstep

January 7th & 21st

February 4th & 18th

March 3rd, 17th & 31st

April 7th (Easter) 14th & 28th

May 12th & 26th

June 9th & 23rd

July 7th & 21st

August 4th & 18th

September 1st, 15th & 29th

October 13th & 27th

November 10th & 24th

December 1st, 8th, 15th & 22nd


For more information please contact

Nicole Stephens-Coordinator

Hume Murray Farmers Market

PO Box 515


Phone 02 6058 2996

Mobile 0438 582 996

A Very Merry and Sustainable Christmas

Sustainable Christmas

A Very Green Green Christmas

Centre for Sustainable Skills at Wodonga TAFE would like to wish you all a Very Merry and Sustainable Christmas.

A gift for you: please check out the

Festive Season Green Guide

The festive season,spanning Christmas, New year and Australia Day, is a time for family, friends, holiday, presents and lots of food! During this busy period Australians travel more, eat more and buy more than at any other time of the years. This also means we havea bigger impact on the environment now than at any other time of the year.

There are lots of simple things you can do to have a fun and a green festive season. Some of them will also save you money. Check out the information in this guide for tips on: recycling at events and parties; giving green gifts; re-using cards and wrapping paper; reducing your water and energy use; and lots more.

Eco- Christmas



Communities for Nature Grants Program – Funding Now Open

  Communities for Nature Grants Program
  The Victorian Coalition Government has launched a new grants program to enable local communities to conduct work that will protect and enhance their local environment.The program will provide $20 million to support the community over four years, enabling small projects with grants to successful applicants of up to $10,000 and large projects with grants to successful applicants of between $10,000 and $150,000.Examples of projects include:

  • Revegetation
  • Biodiversity and habitat preservation
  • Cleaning up waterways
  • Weed control
  • Threatened species recovery

Education providers are eligible to apply. For more information on the program and the funding criteria go to:

For more information please click here:


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National Recycling Week Monday 7th – Sunday 13th November 2011

It is 16th year, National Recycling Week as an established and highly regarded annual educational and behaviour change campaign.National Recycling Week  would like to bring  a focus on recycling, minimising waste and managing material resources.

National Recycling Week would like to improve the environmental benefits of industrial and community recycling programs.

Planet Ark have a great awareness-raising quiz with a prize to win, please make sure that you visit site

the main site is here: