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16 May 2022
During the pandemic, Pamela sought the opportunity to reskill and find a way to make a difference to the lives of others. Seeking options in aged care and disability programs, she chose VU Polytechnic’s Certificate III in Individual Support (Disability) CHC33015.
09 May 2022
Nineteen participants from African-Australian backgrounds are now employed by Victoria Police and we are currently recruiting for the next round of the program with expanded eligibility to include all culturally and linguistically diverse and First Nations applicants.
26 April 2022
We sat down with Anandhi, a passionate cyber security teacher at VU Polytechnic, to hear her thoughts on the rapidly evolving technology sector.
13 April 2022
The night entailed a six-course degustation menu prepared by industry renowned chef Andrew Ballard, with support of VU Polytechnic cookery, hospitality and events students. It was hosted at VenU, VU's student-run training restaurant, with all proceeds given to OzHarvest.
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11 April 2022
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07 April 2022
In partnership with Hume City Council, Victoria University Polytechnic sponsored this year’s Hume Harvest, where commercial cookery students prepared a range of delicious food for attendees.
01 April 2022
VU Polytechnic’s Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Dianne Semmens, joined this year’s School to Work Summit in an industry panel to discuss necessary changes and innovation required in schools.
30 March 2022
Stay-at-home parent Lea took the leap to study the Certificate III in Individual Support CHC33015 to enter an industry with high growth and strong demand.
29 March 2022
After a long career in the music industry as an audio engineer and music producer, Antony made a bold career switch by studying the Diploma of Community Services CHC52015.
25 March 2022
Victoria University Polytechnic is offering free courses to fast-track new workers into entry-level roles in Victoria’s rapidly recovering hospitality and tourism sectors – known broadly as the visitor economy.