Five million dollar Learning Centre for Bourke


Minister for Skills Adam Marshall and Member for Barwon Kevin Humphries (both on right) inspecting the new TAFE building plans with local TAFE teacher Rosemarie Colosi, TAFE Manager for Bourke-Brewarrina-Nyngan-Cobar Tiffany Winters, National Party candidate for Barwon Andrew Schier and TAFE Aboriginal Engagement Co-ordinator Grace Gordon Photo: TWH

Bourke’s new state of the art Connected Learning Centre will be a ‘game changer’ for young people in the community and this week was a step closer to reality with a visit to the site by Minister for Skills Adam Marshall and Member for Barwon, Kevin Humphries. The NSW government is investing five million dollars into the facility to boost vocational education and training and construction is expected to start next month.

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