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21 June 2021
As part of the HLT33115 Certificate III in Health Services Assistance, Matthew Moore completed placement at Northern Health. Matthew, who has autism, says he chose this career path to help others.
16 June 2021
A humanoid robot named Pepper is now greeting COVID vaccine recipients in Wyndham and making them smile before they receive their jab.
Pasan Nawarathna
10 June 2021
Despite the impact of COVID-19 on the event and hospitality industry, Pasan Nawarathna gained work experience at The General Assembly and now works as a Level 2 Cook at the Riverland Group after studying the SIT30816 Certificate III in Commercial Cookery.
07 June 2021
The 2021 Learner Questionnaire survey is open from Monday 7 June to Friday 2 July for students to share their thoughts on the quality of their education and training.
28 May 2021
VU Polytechnic's cyber security students proved they are among the country’s best coming first in Victoria and second nationally in the first-ever TAFE-vs-TAFE cyber-security computer challenge.
26 May 2021
Werribee Centrals football and netball player Julia Nash recently completed work integrated learning with the Western Bulldogs’ event team while studying double degree.
29 April 2021
Following a career in nursing in midwifery, Suzanne took time away from work outside the home to raise her children. When she was ready to re-join the workforce, she thought VU Polytechnic would give her the best chance at gaining meaningful employment.
Group photo of Try a Trade participants in workshop
22 April 2021
VU Polytechnic recently partnered up with Women Onsite to offer 'Try a Trade' was a chance for women to learn more about the trades industry and network with liked-minded and industry tradeswomen.
22 April 2021
Daniel was working in retail, selling music instruments, when he was drawn to a career in IT. He found Victoria University Polytechnic to be the perfect fit, saying the encouragement he received while studying his cyber security course pushed him ahead.
15 April 2021
Anna hadn’t studied since the age of 19 but had always been interested in writing. VU’s dual-sector approach, and the flexibility of both online and face-to-face classes helped her return to study as a mature age student.