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Labor to spend $22m on WA training facilities

The federal government has promised $22 million for seven new trade training centres at schools in Western Australia, part of Labor’s 10-year, $2.5 billion program aimed at  boosting trade education.

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Perth
I tried for some time to build a facility with the most innovative technology in steel manufacturing to support the industry and develop a stronger skill set for a lot of different areas of the industry Tradies engineers and school kids looking for a challenge working with some of the best in the wolrd,This wasnt just steel, I'm talking about covering almost every area of the building industry and developing a world class facility to support so many many and so many areas of industry and do you think I could get any ones attention? Nope just hand balled around and around in circles. Off my own back I spent two years developing this traveling around the world seeking out the best to bring back home and allow us to be competitive and not one bit of support, and I tried I really tried, Having said all that I'd love to see these plans and how much there going to cost just to set up.

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