TAFE NSW - North Coast Institute (North Coast TAFE) is a leading education and training institution located on the beautiful north coast of New South Wales, Australia.
We have been recognised not only by the Institute for Trade Skills Excellence (watch the video presentation) as a high-performing provider nationally, but also by other national and state bodies.
We can meet your learning needs whether you live locally, nationally or internationally, providing comprehensive vocational education and training to meet industry requirements.
We are a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) under the Australian Quality Training Framework (AQTF). We also have ISO 9001:2008 certification. We have received two- and three- gold star ratings by the national body, the Institute for Trade Skills Excellence for our Aquaculture, Carpentry, Metals & Engineering and Electrotechnology course delivery.
As one of the leading education and training providers in Australia we place great emphasis on innovation and responsiveness, with new flexible learning and workplace training strategies ensuring that a whole range of individual learner needs may be met.
Our range of qualification levels and scope of our programs means courses are available to meet the requirements of students ranging from entry-level learners and school-leavers to career builders and changers and higher education graduates seeking specialised vocational expertise. We also offer a range of commercial and customised programs and services for industry clients.
State-of-the art facilities
New campuses include Kingscliff, which incorporates excellent facilities for its TAFE programs in areas including tourism and hospitality, computing and engineering.
Addresses: Cudgen Road, KINGSCLIFF. (02) 6674 7200.
146 Murwillumbah Street, MURWILLUMBAH (02) 6672 0800
North Coast TAFE
CUDGEN, 1, Kingscliff, New South Wales, 2487, Australia
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