Community Partners

As an education provider and a custodian of major public assets, social responsibility continued to play a vital role in the Institute’s business.

South West TAFE empowers its employees to serve their communities by supporting them to take part in fundraising activities, public events, forums and steering committees.

The Institute’s strong community involvement enables teachers to secure a wide variety of practical work experience opportunities for students. Working closely with our various community partners, ensures student learning is developed through organised programs, and partner organisation requirements are met. Student opportunities ranged from work placements to volunteering at world-renowned festivals and small community events or activities.

The Institute continues to place great value on its involvement with Warrnambool City Council’s multi award-winning Fun4Kids Festival. Since the event began in 1998, the Institute has played a pivotal role in its success and the partnership has provided valuable workplace experiences for many students.

We actively strive to strengthen partnerships across the regional community, through staff activities; the Institute is represented on over 200 forums, reference groups and committees in the region.

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Community Partners

As an education provider and a custodian of major public assets, social responsibility continued to play a vital role in the Institute’s business.

South West TAFE empowers its employees to serve their communities by supporting them to take part in fundraising activities, public events, forums and steering committees.

The Institute’s strong community involvement enables teachers to secure a wide variety of practical work experience opportunities for students. Working closely with our various community partners, ensures student learning is developed through organised programs, and partner organisation requirements are met. Student opportunities ranged from work placements to volunteering at world-renowned festivals and small community events or activities.

The Institute continues to place great value on its involvement with Warrnambool City Council’s multi award-winning Fun4Kids Festival. Since the event began in 1998, the Institute has played a pivotal role in its success and the partnership has provided valuable workplace experiences for many students.

We actively strive to strengthen partnerships across the regional community, through staff activities; the Institute is represented on over 200 forums, reference groups and committees in the region.

Contact us