Innovative young people who desire a future in the business world are being offered the chance to gain a qualification and a pathway into university through a new training precinct that will be launched in Rockingham next month.
The Australian Concept Centre's new Innovation and Entrepreneurship precinct at the Murdoch University Rockingham Campus will provide the 100 students in its inaugural year with a Diploma of Business and the opportunity to work with industry partners to solve problems. ACC chief executive Dave Simmons said he was excited to help Rockingham and Kwinana 18 to 25-year-olds discover their passions and create solutions to industry issues at the campus-based laboratory.
Published 12th Feburary 2016
By Sound Telegraph