Chisholm Institute

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Chisholm Institute
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TypeTAFE Institute
ChairStephen G Marks
Various cities
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Chisholm Institute is a Technical and Further Education (TAFE) Institute located in the south-east Melbourne Australia. It provides adult education in a number of areas including the arts, hospitality, information technology, trades and business. Chisholm offers over 250 certificate, diploma, advanced diploma, bachelor and graduate certificate courses.[1] It is government owned.[1]

The Institute takes its name from Caroline Chisholm. Its name was also inspired by the Chisholm Institute of Technology, a tertiary institution that operated in southeast Melbourne from 1982 to 1990 before becoming part of Monash University.

Chisholm Institute has campuses in Dandenong, Springvale, Berwick, Frankston, Wonthaggi, Cranbourne, and Mornington Peninsula Campus along with central Melbourne.

Berwick Technical Education Centre (TEC) was established at the Berwick campus with the new building completed in 2009.[2] A new trade careers centre worth $26 million associated with the TEC was announced in the 2011 State Budget in May.[3]

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  1. ^ a b "Who we are". Chisholm Institute. Retrieved 29 February 2020.
  2. ^ Vincent Crisp Architects, Berwick Technical Education Centre Archived 2012-04-24 at the Wayback Machine, Accessed 27 September 2011
  3. ^ Peter Strachan, Building a future at Berwick's Chisholm Institute Archived March 27, 2012, at the Wayback Machine, Berwick Leader, 11 May 2011. Accessed 27 September 2011

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Coordinates: 37°58′30.68″S 145°13′11.06″E / 37.9751889°S 145.2197389°E / -37.9751889; 145.2197389