VU Polytechnic is a proud sponsor of the WYNnovation Festival 2020, sharing the newest ideas and latest innovations with Melbourne’s renowned and inspirational entrepreneurs.
VU Polytechnic’s Director Wyndham Tech School, Innovation and Technology, Gail Bray, was invited as a guest speaker at the WYNnovation Summit on 7 February. Other guests included keynote speakers from Janine Allis, founder of Boost Juice, trend forecaster Michael McQueen and co-founder of Four Pillars Gin Matt Jones.
VU Polytechnic also showcased the e-learning courses and digital portfolio, which includes new short courses such as Digital Creation using Adobe, Introduction to Programming Languages (Social Robots) and Introduction to Design and Print, all to be delivered at the newly opened Sunshine Skills Hub.
The WYNnovation Festival aims to promote Wyndham as a place that recognises the importance of innovation in growing the local economy.
VU’s has significant connection with the City of Wyndham and the local community through our Werribee campus. The Wyndham Tech School is up and running, servicing 20 schools in the region. We are committed to working with partners to build the capacity of Melbourne’s West, one of Australian’s fastest growing municipalities.
This is all part of cementing the region as one of the state’s leading technology and education precincts, creating more high paying jobs that will support opportunities for future growth.