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Trade Training Centres in Schools

​​​The Australian Government’s Trade Training Centres (TTCs) in Schools program addresses skills shortages in trades and emerging industries.

Schools with years 9 to 12​ were eligible to apply for up to $1.5 million to construct new or upgrade existing facilities and/or to purchase trade training equipment.

In Victoria, schools across sectors were supported to form clusters, in order to pool their funding to develop larger facilities offering a broader range of VET certificates.

The program was a partnership between the Australian government and each state and territory, as well as the Catholic and independent school sectors’ national education authorities.

Over the life of the program, the Australian government has committed funding of $322.8 million across 74 Victorian TTCs involving 279 secondary schools. Forty of these TTCs are led by a government school.​ The program started in March 2008.​

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