COMMUNITY VOICES: Peter Charker, business department head at the TAFE NSW Riverina Institute’s Cootamundra Campus, said the aim of the advisory group is to “regain a focus on listening to the people.”TAFE NSW Riverina Institute’s Cootamundra Campus hosted its first advisory group breakfast on Wednesday to help identify the best way for the institute to serve our town’s needs.
Representatives from the region’s business, government, health, aged care, community and education sectors were invited to form a local advisory committee and share their thoughts on what Riverina Institute currently offers the people of Cootamundra, in addition to discussing other potential services the town would benefit from.
“We are committed to participating actively in the local community,” said Riverina Institute’s Leanne Hogan, manager of education and training.
“A local advisory committee will help us ensure that we are meeting the needs of our local community.”
Business department head Peter Charker said the advisory committee is all about workforce development opportunities and thanked the Cootamundra Development Corporation for their partnership.
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