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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.
GOTAFE partners with Benalla Health to deliver integrated education for nursing students
GOTAFE is pleased to announce its partnership with Benalla Health to deliver priority health courses on-site. This new partnership will provide students with a purpose-built learning space and access to up-to-date, industry standard equipment in a modern healthcare setting.
Art and Design Courses at GOTAFE
Budding artists and designers will have access to more study options at GOTAFE in 2023.
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 supports the OMFNL v GVL Interleague Game
GOTAFE is a major sponsor of both the OMFNL and GVL and as such is proud to support the Interleague Game this Saturday.
GOTAFE supporting locals at GV Harmony Cup
The GV Harmony Cup for All Abilities provided an opportunity for the community to get-together for Harmony Week, which celebrates diversity, inclusion and respect.
New Director Health, Community and Wellbeing appointment a boost for local health industry
GOTAFE has appointed Michelle Chiller as its new Director Health, Community and Wellbeing following a competitive recruitment process.
Architect appointed for new GOTAFE training facility
The $10.7 million project for GOTAFE’s new world-class training facility in Shepparton appoints one of Australia's leading architects.
GOTAFE Receives $10.7 Million For Goulburn Trade Training Centre
The funding will go towards stage two of the expansion of the GOTAFE Goulburn Trade Training Centre at Archer Street in Shepparton.
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.