The new $85 million Frankston Learning and Innovation Precinct is an investment in the future of our Chisholm community, Frankston and Melbourne’s south east region.

The Precinct is the result of a three-year project to create digitally transformed classrooms and study spaces, supported by the most advanced design in training and skills facilities. The fully equipped state-of-the-art health wards, workshops, laboratories and collaboration spaces will encourage new ways of learning, teaching and thinking, new connections, and new ways to immerse students in their future journey.

The redesign of the learning spaces and the ability to offer courses delivered in collaboration with industry provides a breadth of opportunities in education, employment, and skills for the Frankston region and Melbourne’s south east corridor.

The state-of-the-art design buildings A and B deliver a range of courses and qualifications.

Building B is a two-level collaborative training space that reflects real-world trade sites. Purpose-built and flexible, the integrated design combines student learning in plumbing, construction, electrical, and electrotechnology from certificate to degree level qualifications.

The four levels of Building A are home to course delivery in nursing, allied health, early childhood education and, hair and beauty.

The two buildings are connected by an enclosed footbridge, allowing ease of access to the many services provided from the ground floor, Building A.

The new Library and Learning Centre is a dynamic, open-plan student research and meeting space with access to research support, digital libraries and access to online study coaching.

The Student Enrolment Hub provides current and prospective students with support in their applications, enrolments, fees, and course advice.

Adjacent to the Hub, a day spa atmosphere is created in the open-to-the public Mysa Salon and Spa at Chisholm, created to enhance real-world experience for students in the delivery of hair and beauty services.