One of Victoria’s largest TAFE infrastructure projects is underway with Minister for Training and Skills Gayle
Tierney today turning the first sod on the $70 million redevelopment of Chisholm Institute’s Frankston campus.

The project will feature a new four storey, state-of-the-art facility for health, community care and early childhood education.

The campus will also get a Higher Education and Student Hub as well as a new Centre for Advanced
Manufacturing.

The redevelopment will allow Chisholm Institute to meet unmet higher education demand in the region, support the re-skilling and up-skilling of workers and industries in transition and to meet emerging industry needs.

Chisholm CEO Maria Peters said it was “business as usual” at Frankston Chisholm during construction which is expected to be completed in 2018.

“This $70 million redevelopment is a project that’ll revolutionise training and higher education in the Frankston area” said Gayle Tierney, Minister for Training and Skills.

Chisholm offers over 500 courses across seven locations in Melbourne’s south east and has inspirational teachers, flexible learning options, support services and quality training facilities.