An $11.6 million upgrade at North Regional TAFE's Broome campus is now underway. The new centre aims to up-skill workers for the region's hospitality and tourism industries.
Construction will be carried out by a local Broome building company, with the project consisting of two state-of-the-art buildings; one for hospitality and tourism, the second for hair and beauty training.
Designed locally by Engawa Architects, the buildings will be linked by an outdoor meeting place, and among the many highlights will be a training restaurant and alfresco café, providing a welcome boost to hospitality and tourism training.
The hospitality industry is vital to the region's peak tourism season, and the new facilities will help deliver more skilled workers for Broome and the Kimberley.
Construction is expected to be completed in July 2022.
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