Trade centre draws accolades from key stakeholders

By HELEN RANSOM*

Trade training centre tour
The recent tour hosted representatives from Brighton Council, Beacon Foundation, The Smith Family, Gunn Street Discovery Early Learning Centre, Horticultural and Landscape Supplies and TasBGAS.

WE love working together to make things happen. To help community, industry and businesses gain a better understanding of our goals and aspirations for our students, the collective education team at Jordan River Learning Federation Senior School regularly conducts tours of the school and the Southern Central Trade Training Centre.

A recent tour of the centre hosted representatives from Brighton Council, Beacon Foundation, The Smith Family, Gunn Street Discovery Early Learning Centre, Horticultural And Landscape Supplies and TasBGAS. It was a great tour with lots of learnings and lots of questions. Some of the feedback we received was:

“A massive eye-opener to see the first-class facilities and approach. Nick – Beacon Foundation
“Our involvement is happily growing.” Steve – Horticultural and Landscape Supplies

“It was fantastic to have the opportunity to tour the facility and realise the potential to develop beneficial partnerships between our services. We found it evident that the school has a holistic approach to the education of their students.” Kellie, Gunn Street Discovery Early Learning Centre.

We are delighted people get to see what’s happening at our fantastic school. If you would like to book a tour or know someone who might be interested, please make contact.

*Helen Ransom is the community engagement officer JRLF Senior School

 

 

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