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TAFE help Victorians get mining

VICTORIA’S TAFE and training sector is playing a key role in getting skilled staff for its mining industry, according to training and skills minister Gayle Tierney.

Laura Moneghetti (front left) with Gayle Tierney (front right) at Ballarat Gold Mine.

Laura Moneghetti (front left) with Gayle Tierney (front right) at Ballarat Gold Mine.

More than 400 people have enrolled in mining-related courses in Ballarat, Holmesglen Institute and Box Hill Institute in recent years. One of those is Laura Moneghetti, an apprentice who has kick-started...

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