Stage 2 of the Frankston Campus Master Plan is the $67.6 million Frankston Campus Redevelopment Project. The state government funded project aims to provide a state-of-the-art learning hub for courses which respond to growing local industry needs. The multi-level facility, due for completion in 2023, will replace buildings C and E and complement the now complete Stage 1 development.

Construction on Stage 2 began in April of 2022. Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews, the Minister for Training and Skills Gayle Tierney, and the Member for Frankston Paul Edbrooke were joined by Stephen Varty, Stephen Marks and local officials in a ceremonial Sod Turn to mark the occasion.

The new multi-level education facility will deliver 9,600 square metres of learning spaces and enable the relocation of existing classrooms and workshop areas to premises that are more conducive to a modern learning experience. Dedicated spaces designed to look like industry-specific work environments will be complemented by flexible fit-out and infrastructure. The latest learning technologies will be deployed in bespoke spaces dedicated to Community and Social Services, Business, IT and Cyber Security, VCE/VCAL, Foundation College, Art and Design and Sport and Recreation.

The precinct will also bring together a range of student support services into a Student Hub, offering enrolment support, student services, and student counselling, along with the Learning Commons, gallery space and onsite food and retail outlets.

It is expected the entire project will generate an estimated 132 jobs, including employment for 25 apprentices during construction and at least 30 new teaching positions over the next decade. Work on Stage 2 is expected to be completed in mid-late 2023, welcoming new students to the building in Term 4.