If you study at our Hamilton campus, you will be exposed to high-end vocational training and quality education programs. Three kilometres east of the city centre, the campus sits in a picturesque bush setting at the main entrance to the town with copious parking and the public bus service to the door.
The Skills and Jobs centre provides an independent service that can support you as you take the first steps in reimagining your future career. They have fully qualified career practitioners who will help you explore who you want to be in your working life and how to get there. The service is available on campus and the friendly reception staff can arrange an appointment for you.
The teaching and administration staff are available to provide important guidance, ensuring everyone is supported in deciding on the training most appropriate to them and aid in the application process.
The campus focuses on addressing industry needs of the health, agriculture, and early childhood sectors plus secondary school programs for young adults seeking an alternative to mainstream education. We also host secondary school students completing vocational training as a part of their VCE.
Learning is achieved through real life simulation and hands-on practical activities where possible, ensuring you are work-ready on completion of your course.
Recent refurbishment to the nursing/aged care training facilities has provided updated ICT and audio-visual equipment plus new nursing simulation mannequins, adding to the existing simulated clinical hospital ward, shower facilities, lifting equipment, procedure and medication rooms and a science lab for phlebotomy and catheter skill development.
Planned refurbishment to the Early Childhood Education and Care facility will create a classroom that can easily adapt to an early childhood play experience, a kitchenette for the preparation of appropriate meals and a secure outdoor space for a nature-based learning experience for children.
Library, Study Resources and Supports
To access SWTAFE library resources see the online resources guide on our website.
On campus, you can access the resource centre for your individual study and research, the completion of assignments and group work. You can utilise the supplied computers, BYOD docking into dual screens, printers and photocopiers
Learning Support, Wellbeing and Disability Support officers are available on campus. They are there to provide that extra personal backing you need to help you achieve your training goals.
The student lounge is a great place for you to catch up and enjoy a break from your studies.
Food preparation spaces are available in designated areas. Microwaves, sandwich presses, tea, coffee, milk plus hot-water for beverages are provided free of charge. A vending machine allows for the purchase of meals, snacks, drinks and brewed coffee by cash or card.
Ursula Murphy – Regional Manager – Grampians
Phone: (03) 5551 4140
Address: 200 Ballarat Road, Hamilton VIC 3300
Phone: (03) 5551 4144