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TAFE NSW Mt Druitt will receive a funding boost, with the NSW Government investing $4.3M to upgrade campus infrastructure and improve digital connectivity.
This investment is part of a $300M state-wide program delivering upgraded facilities and equipment to more than 120 TAFE NSW campuses across the state this financial year.
TAFE NSW Mount Druitt will receive:
Accessibility upgrades, including new lifts;
Upgrades to campus facilities, including fire systems, roofing repairs, and air conditioning; and
New digital devices for teachers and students.
The funding is part of the NSW Government’s record $2.131B investment in TAFE NSW through the 2023-24 state budget.
Edmond Atalla, Member for Mount Druitt said: “TAFE NSW plays a vital role in supporting the local economy by equipping students with the industry-aligned skills that employers need.
“When students learn their craft or trade using industry-standard equipment, and high-quality digital technology, they are much more likely to graduate with the kind of job-ready skills that employers are looking for.
“This investment ensures our local TAFE NSW campus is equipped to meet the educational and employment needs of the local community.”


Michael Walls
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