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New Trades Training Centre open in Seymour

The new GOTAFE Trades Training Centre was officially opened by the Attorney-General, Minister for Emergency Services and Member for Northern Victoria, The Hon. Jaclyn Symes on Friday 16 September.

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Post date: 16th September 2022

The $2.17 million dollar purpose-built Trades Training Centre features multipurpose trade teaching facilities and flexible learning spaces, with state-of-the-art equipment and technology to enable quality, hands-on training across all trade areas.

Travis Heeney, GOTAFE Chief Executive said "the new Trades Training Centre will provide our students with real-world, contemporary learning environments and practical training so they can graduate with job-ready skills.”

“GOTAFE continues to invest in our campuses and facilities to ensure they meet the needs of our students, the community, and industry," he added.

"The new Trades Training Centre demonstrates our commitment to quality education in the Seymour region and will increase student numbers in key areas of skills shortage."

GOTAFE CEO, Travis Heeney

The building and construction sector is the largest industry and highest employing sector in the Mitchell LGA Council, employing 12.5 percent of the region’s population.

The Seymour Trade Training Centre will provide best-practice, hands-on training for the current and future building and construction workforce in the region.

GOTAFE will be offering courses in plumbing, carpentry, engineering, building, and construction from the new facility in 2023.

The GOTAFE Seymour Trades Training Centre was made possible by the support of the Victorian Government’s Building Works package.

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Seymour Trades Training Centre Opening September 2022

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