Trinity Catholic College Lismore wanted to improve their Technical and Applied Studies (TAS) facilities to provide new opportunities for students.
Federal Member for Page Kevin Hogan today officially opened the new $5.1 million TAS building.
“Through the Capital Grants Program, I secured a $1.6 million Federal Government grant, and the school contributred a further $3.5 million towards this wonderful new facility,” Mr Hogan said.
“This will ensure students have the best possible education and set them up to be job ready once they leave school.”
“The refurbished and expanded TAS building will offer courses including wood work, metal work, engineering and jewellery.”
Trinity Catholic College Principal Brother John Hilet said the new facility will provide access to modern workspaces for students.
“This facility will allow us to provide an innovative and flexible learning environment for our students,” Br John said.