The Goldfields Institute of Technology has welcomed a donation that will provide its students with practical education to help bring them to industry level.
Otraco International donated one of its old Komatsu WA600 wheel loaders to GIT, which training and delivery director Ty Theodore said would offer genuine live works training.
“This is very special, donations like this don’t happen every day,” he said.
“We’ll be able to provide real life training opportunities.“It is our aim, wherever possible, to replicate conditions experienced in the industry to enhance the effectiveness and quality of training for both the apprentices and their employers.”
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