NMIT’s Heidelberg Campus, 15 minutes north east of the CBD, is one of Victoria's major training centres in building trades, electronics and engineering.
Heidelberg’s training facilities act like real work environments. The robotics simulation facility provides learning challenges and is popular with students and employers alike, as are the AutoCAD (computer-aided design) training centre and the plumbing classrooms equipped with the latest appliances and tools donated by industry.
The 'barn', used for building industry training, has an eight metre roof and 1450 square metre floor space, and can be used to construct full scale relocatable homes.
Heidelberg Campus is home to the Technical Education Centre (TEC). The TEC provides vocational training and education to 15 to 20 year olds who have not completed secondary school. The TEC offers courses in the Victorian Certificate of Applied Learning (VCAL) in trade skills including bricklaying, cabinet making, carpentry, painting, plumbing and shop fitting.
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