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Wyndham shapes the digital future

Improving training delivery

A West Melbourne school is paving the way for future-focused tech education by making tech relevant to the future workforce and their teachers.

Wyndham Tech School is a STEM Centre of Excellence where industry, education and community collaborate to shape the future. It supports secondary schools in the Wyndham and Hobsons Bay areas by teaching year 7 to 12 students STEM skills in a fun and interactive way.

All of Wyndham’s courses advocate digital literacy for everybody while giving those who have an interest in becoming digital experts the chance to go deeper.

One popular program, designed with industry and education leaders, is the Future of Work. Designed for entire year levels it is focused on collaboration and creativity whilst building digital skills across all learning areas. It has recently been expanded to cover cutting-edge topics and technologies, such as AI, data science and drones.

The school also offers a Digital Accelerator Program for teachers. The two-day program features hands-on experience with technological tools, enhancing understanding of how to embed the tools in and across different teaching disciplines.

Wyndham Tech School is made possible by the vision of the Victorian State Government, supported by annual funding from the Department of Education and Training and hosted by Victoria University (VU), A dual sector university.

“We work closely with our industry partners to design industry-driven curriculum and projects for students, focused on the digital and enterprise skills in demand by industry, now and in the future.”

“It’s about inspiring young people, supporting them to achieve their best, and aligning industry and education to create clear pathways into the jobs of the future.”

Sam Nikolsky, Acting Director, Wyndham Tech School

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