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Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta has taken out the award for Small Provider of the Year at the Australian Training Awards. With 22 secondary schools across western Sydney, local Catholic schools make a significant contribution to skilling Sydney’s future workforce. Read more...

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Did you miss CathWest Innovation College on ABC News? As Australian businesses grapple with skills shortages, the Federal Government is determined to boost the number of apprentices. At CathWest Innovation College, students will be able to complete a HSC and leave with a range of credentials and industry experience to help set them up for a future career. See more...

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CathWest Innovation College recently held its first series of information evenings in anticipation of welcoming students into the first cohort in a unique and contemporary pathway set to commence next year. Read more...

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Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta has taken out the award for Small Provider of the Year at the prestigious NSW Training Awards. Outstanding student Andrew Hogan was also a finalist for the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Student of the Year category. Read more...

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LOYOLA Catholic Trade Training Centre students, Mt Druitt have the chance to pursue a career in the kitchen at The Star Sydney through a school based apprenticeship in commercial cookery. Read More...
Up to 75 Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta school were represented at the annual Diocesan Education Mass which featured an inspiring homily by Bishop Vincent Long aimed at re energising schools in their mission to transform the lives of their students. Read More...
Loyola Catholic Trade Training Centre in Mount Druitt was top of the list for a visit from new Minister for Skills and Tertiary Education Hon Dr Geoff Lee MP who was taken on a tour of the Trade Training Centre facilities and got a special insight into future plans for this exciting learning community. Read more...
As the school celebrates its 100th birthday, community spirit is still strong at St Patrick’s Primary, Blacktown. After one hundred years of educating young people, two families have had a long association with the school. Read more...

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Primary students learnt how taking on a trade could lead to a dream job when Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta (CEDP) opened its Trade Training Centres during National Skills Week. Read more...

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As part of a day out in western Sydney, His Excellency General The Honourable David Hurley AC DSCG, Governor of NSW, and his wife Mrs Linda Hurley, recently toured Loyola Senior High School and Catholic Trade Training Centre, Mount Druitt. The Governor praised the great facilities at the school and commented that “students demonstrated a tenacious attitude to their learning.” Read more...

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