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A new campus to make education more accessible in Benalla
GOTAFE is proud to reinforce its commitment to Benalla and provide more accessible education for the whole community, and therefore has made the decision to relocate to a new campus in the heart of town.
Say No to Violence
Community members are being encouraged to undertake training to assist them in identifying the risks of family violence.
GOTAFE partners with Greater Shepparton Lighthouse Project
GOTAFE is partnering with the Greater Shepparton Lighthouse Project to support the wellbeing of young people in our community.
GOTAFE Presents EMERGE Flood Relief Event
A major flood relief event presented by GOTAFE will take place in the in the heart of Shepparton on Sunday, December 11.
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.
Trouble recruiting? You’re not alone
With low unemployment levels and a limited pool of candidates, employers need to focus more on offering what applicants want.
Community organisations celebrating PRIDE Wear it Purple
GOTAFE is hosting a Wear It Purple event on August 26 in partnership with LINE Wangaratta, Rural City of Wangaratta and Centre Against Violence to celebrate local LGBTIQ+ youth.
Find your passion at GOTAFE's Open Days
GOTAFE will be hosting two Open Day events in August, one at the Shepparton Fryers Street Campus and the other at the Wangaratta Docker Street Campus.
GOTAFE facilitates industry engagement events to improve regional economic outcomes
Following the success of last year’s virtual Community Connector Lunches, GOTAFE recently hosted a series of industry engagement events in Shepparton, Wallan and Wangaratta, focusing on the unique challenges and needs of each community in relation to education delivery and development.
GOTAFE students awarded Community Bank scholarships
Five GOTAFE students, based in the Wallan region, have received $2000 scholarships thanks to funding from Community Bank.