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May 5, 2016

Durack empowers student learning

The Health Industries Training Facility and adjacent Aboriginal Learning Centre for the Durack Institute of Technology (now Central Regional Tafe) are complete, and feedback since opening has been very positive. Staff and students have expressed enthusiasm for the quality of the facilities, and in particular the opportunities for increased interaction across both internal and external community groups.

“There are now many spaces in which informal interactions are occurring,” says Karen Watts, Training Director, Health, Education and Community Services. “The spaces are welcoming and have a great feel about them. The foyers are also spacious enough to enable catch ups. Everyone feels so much better coming in to the facility and being part of a very real and dynamic environment.”

State-of-the-art teaching facilities simulate real-life situations, empowering students and allowing them to develop the confidence and skills required to enter directly into a professional services environment.


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