Courses on offer at the West Gippsland Training Alliance
This 2 year course has a strong focus on the practical aspects of the Hospitality Industry especially back of house kitchen operations/commercial cookery.
The Centre features high-tech hydroponics and green houses as well as state of the art stock yards and farm machinery to give agriculture students real hands-on learning with cattle.
All of the automotive courses that Federation Training provides ensure that students are given the knowledge and skills required to perform a broad range of tasks within the automotive service and repair industry.
Certificate II in Electrotechnology
Certificate II in Electrotechnology (Career Start) provides entry level training for people wanting a career in the Electrotechnology industry.
Certificate II in Plumbing
The Certificate II in Plumbing (VETiS) prepares graduates with the skills and knowledge for entry level into an apprenticeship within the plumbing industry.
Certificate II in Building and Construction
The Certificate II in Building and Construction (Carpentry) pre-apprenticeship provides entry level training for people seeking a career in the building and construction industry.
VISION: Our Vision is to have young people in West Gippsland and beyond select to do their vocational training at our sites because :
We deliver world class training in first class facilities
We deliver a skilled workforce to meet the changing needs of business and industry
West Gippsland Trade Training Alliance training is based on the following VALUES as we develop skills in young people
Respect – we respect our partners, our students and our instructors
Accountability – we ensure accountability at all levels
Innovation – we value innovative thinking and processes to create the best outcomes for students and industry
Sustainability – we value sustainability in our practices and our outcomes
Excellence – we strive for excellence in our programs through blended learning
Trade taster course gives insight into rural careersHands on learning with horses, cattle and growing herbs in hothouses is proving a winner in engaging young people to consider careers in rural industries.Fifteen students from secondary schools from a…