Energy Training Centre
Location 41 Drummond Street, Chadstone VIC 3148.
Phone (03) 9251 3000
Fax (03) 9568 8918
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courses offered at Chadstone
GippsTAFE provides highly specialised training to the energy and telecommunications industries. Our locations through the heart of Victoria's energy belt ensure that we have access to some of Australia's most experienced trainers in this field.
The Energy Training Centre, located in Chadstone, has helped major utility providers and infrastructure operators provide customised, specialised training to their staff. Our unique facility is one-of-a-kind in the Australian vocational education training system. The purpose-built centre permits a high degree of live and simulated training, which effectively replicates an authentic work environment. Among the innovative features of this unique campus is a room dedicated to optical fibre training.
These first-class training facilities will equip your employees with practical skills for the workplace. However not all our courses have to be delivered on campus. We can also provide training at your workplace or online, depending on your requirements and preferences.
The training programs offered by the Energy Training Centre allow for recognition of prior learning as the starting point of competency, which can help reduce the cost and duration of the course for students with relevant experience. Our training programs are competency-based and address the outcomes of national training packages.
To help equip your staff with the skills they need to advance your business, contact the GippsTAFE Energy Training Centre.
The GippsTAFE Chadstone Campus is currently in the midst of a multi-million dollar transformation that is by far the biggest and most exciting change to the facility in the last 40 years. This project will reshape the utility training environment and significantly enhance the training opportunities offered to industry within the region.
The project involves the removal of almost all the existing buildings and training yard infrastructure, which will then be replaced with new facility, tailored to meet the current and emerging needs of the electricity, gas, and telecommunications industries.
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