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THE NSW Government is calling on the local community to have its say on what the new Penrith Stadium will look and feel like, with fans able to provide feedback through a new digital survey.
 
Minister for Tourism and Sport Stuart Ayres said the NSW Government will redevelop Penrith Stadium as part of its commitment to improve sport and visitor economy infrastructure.
 
 “The feedback from the local community is extremely important to us,” Mr Ayres said.
 
“Our vision is for the facility to be a major event venue to support the growing population in Western Sydney and cater to sports, entertainment and tourism.”
 
“With a new international airport and metro rail line on the way in the Western Parkland City, now is exactly the right time to be investing in visitor economy assets in centres like Penrith.
 
Minister Ayres said through the Have Your Say digital survey, the NSW Government wants the local community to think about other stadiums not just in Australia but around the world and discuss the features they might like to see at Penrith.
 
“We’d like to understand what you consider is a world class stadium experience, what stadium facilities are important to you and what you would like us to consider in redeveloping the wider stadium precinct in Penrith,” Mr Ayres said.
 
“It might be ideas about technology and LED signage, external lighting, conference rooms, anything you feel will enhance the new stadium experience for events and a precinct fit for business and community activity.”
 
The community can have their say by visiting: https://swipengage.com/#/NSWGovernment_PenrithStadium_HYS
 
 
 
 
Tuesday, 12 April 2022 03:02

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A NEW WAY OF TRAINING FOR WESTERN SYDNEY

WESTERN Sydney manufacturing workers will be able to respond quickly to industry training needs as part of the NSW Government’s $37.4M New Education Training Model (NETM).
 
Western Sydney University and GE Additive have teamed up to deliver job–specific short courses at the MakerSpace facility at the Kingswood campus.
 
Minister for Enterprise, Investment and Trade and Minister for Western Sydney Stuart Ayres said the “first micro-credential” course will launch this month, providing students with the skills necessary to secure newly-created jobs.
 
“This sends the message that Western Sydney is an optimal place to train the workers of tomorrow in the most industry relevant way. We’re working with GE Additive to provide the skills necessary for their metal additive design and 3D printing business,” Mr Ayres said.
 
“The New Education and Training Model (NETM) delivered through the Western Parkland City Authority helps us build the pool of talent in Western Sydney, it’s a win for industry and workers making it possible to upskill in a meaningful way in as few as 40 hours.”
 
“There are huge opportunities for people in Western Sydney to take up high-skilled, high-paid jobs and under this new model, businesses can propose the design of a micro-credential and work directly with the education sector.”
 
Chair of Western Parkland City Authority Jennifer Westacott said the courses will feed the pipeline of skilled workers for a range of cutting-edge industries such as advanced manufacturing, aerospace, defence and pharmaceuticals manufacturing.
 
Vice-Chancellor, Western Sydney University Professor Barney Glover AO said the collaboration symbolized an engaged approach to relevant education.
 
“Western Sydney University is passionate about supporting new learning opportunities and helping to drive innovation across Western Sydney in an effort to bring economic and social transformation to the region.”
 
Training will be completely funded by the NSW Government during the pilot stage with up to 3000 students participating in 100 micro-credentials.
 
Training will be completely funded by the NSW Government during the pilot stage with up to 3000 students participating in 100 micro-credentials.
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