Lidcombe TAFE’s upgrade to ensure students ready for job

LIDCOMBE TAFE will get a $2.8 million boost to upgrade campus infrastructure and improve digital connectivity.

The upgrade will include an expansion to the cabinet-making workshop, upgrades to campus facilities, including fire systems, roofing repairs, air-conditioning and new digital devices for teachers and students.
State MP for Auburn, Lynda Voltz said TAFE NSW played a vital role in supporting the local economy by equipping students with the industry-aligned skills that employers needed and ensuring the campus was equipped to meet the educational and employment needs of the local community.
“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,” she said.