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Young Ainslie chef named Australian School-based Apprentice of the Year

Despite receiving an early offer from ANU, Australian School-based Apprentice of the Year, Sebastian Connor, plans to continue down the path toward becoming a head chef.

CIT in the running for large RTO of the year

The Canberra Institute of Technology (CIT) is in the running for Large Registered Training Organisation of the Year in the 2020 Australian Training Awards to be announced on 20 November.

First roll out of free CIT VET courses next month

The first JobTrainer placements will be available at CIT next month, following an ACT and Federal Government initiative for free VET training.

Community hold concerns over Woden CIT project

The Woden Valley Community Council want to ensure accessibility as development of the new CIT campus and transport interchange forge ahead.

New $300M Woden CIT campus and public transport interchange confirmed

A new flagship CIT facility, public transport interchange and a multi-bed Youth Foyer will all be built in Woden over the next four years.

Your guide to Canberra’s digital tertiary open days

Canberra’s tertiary institutions have stepped up to the challenge of holding digital open days amidst the global pandemic.

Community feedback on new CIT Woden campus released

A snapshot of the results of the ACT Government’s first public consultation on the new CIT Woden campus and bus interchange has been released this week.

CIT Automotive Refinishing apprentices beat away at course work

A quick move to remote assessment during the COVID-19 shutdown for CIT’s Automotive Refinishing students enabled apprentices to continue ticking off schoolwork.

CIT students easing back onto campuses

Students are gradually returning to the CIT campuses across Canberra, with those who require onsite resources to be the first to return.

New UNSW Campus to be built in Reid

A new campus for UNSW will be built near the Canberra CBD on the site of the CIT Reid campus, ACT Chief Minister Andrew Barr has announced.