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GOTAFE making education accessible with Mobile Campus
Jobseekers in regional and remote Victorian communities will now have better access to training and career counselling, as GOTAFE hits the road in a repurposed semi-trailer thanks to the State Government.
GOTAFE supporting women in trades
The Victorian State Government recently announced a new Women in Apprenticeships fund, which seeks to remove the barriers faced by women wanting to start a rewarding career in traditionally male-dominated trades like plumbing, electrical and aviation.
GOTAFE Cyber Security students shows WorldSkills they can hack the pressure
Apprentices, trainees and students from all over Australia will showcase their talents and represent their industries at the 2021 WorldSkills Australia National Championships and Skills Show.
Actrol and Reece Group Supporting GOTAFE With Generous Donation
Australia's leading refrigeration, air-conditioning and allied industries wholesaler donated equipment and training valued over $8,000.
GOTAFE Partners with Winton Solar Farm in Scholarship Program
GOTAFE has partnered with FRV Winton Solar Farm and established a unique scholarship program that will provide three new Electrical Engineering apprenticeships in the solar and renewable energy sector.
New state-of-the-art facilities and training for trades
GOTAFE has partnered with Bendigo Kangan Institute (BKI) and HVAC&R industry bodies to improve education opportunities for the heating, ventilation, air-conditioning and refrigeration industries.
GOTAFE Named Inclusive Training Provider of the Year
GOTAFE is thrilled to announce that it has been named Inclusive Training Provider of the Year in the prestigious 2020 Victorian Training Awards.
GOTAFE Named as Finalist for Two Victorian Training Awards
GOTAFE is incredibly proud to announce that it has been named as a finalist in two categories in the 2020 Victorian Training Awards this week.
GOTAFE Students Lend a 'Hand' to Healthcare Workers
GOTAFE second year VETDSS Art and Design students are giving back to healthcare workers by participating in the Hand medal Project.