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STUDYING PARENTS GIVEN HELPING HAND AT TAFE

Parents studying at Armidale’s TAFE have been given a helping hand, with a new creche facility now open.

Anyone studying at TAFE can use the service free of charge.

The new facilities will support a number of refugee families settling in Armidale, who are undertaking their 500 hours of free English language courses.

“This is a great advancement for Armidale TAFE, it provides much better support for our students. Many of our students have young children.”

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