Melbourne Polytechnic's Epping campus today hosted a visit by the Labor Party leader Mr Bill Shorten and local member for Scullin Mr Andrew Giles, who toured our Green Skills Centre and chatted to students.
Mr Shorten was able to watch our Certificate II in Computer Assembly and Repair, and Certificate III in Electrotechnology Studies (pre-vocational) students completing class projects. He also took the time to speak to a class of language and foundation studies students, emphasising the value that migrants contribute to our community.
Photo: Bill Shorten meets Karl Griesch, who is completing his Certificate II in Computer Assembly and Repair.
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