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Latest news: CIT

Canberra CIT to have Australia’s first TAFE Centre of Excellence

The Canberra Institute of Technology will host Australia’s first TAFE Electric Vehicle (EV) Centre of Excellence.

ACT Government infrastructure: Education and health

Canberra's newest public school, a new radiotherapy machine for cancer patients, equipment for CIT Woden, and a proposed new facility.

ACT Government: More than a billion on public education

The ACT Government has announced it will invest more than a billion dollars in public education facilities over the coming decade, to build new schools, renovate existing ones, and establish state-of-the-art skills...

Brewed to succeed: New training program for ACT brewers

Brewed to Succeed, a new pilot project, will train Canberra’s next beer brewers, skills minister Chris Steel announced today.

ACT woman is Australia’s Indigenous student of the year

Emma Brown was named the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Student of the Year at the Australian Training Awards last night.

Six finalists from ACT in Australian Training Awards

Six ACT finalists - three of them from the CIT - will be in Hobart tonight for the Australian Training Awards in Hobart tonight

Futuristic shopping comes to Canberra Institute of Technology

Students at the CIT will be the first in the Southern Hemisphere to shop on campus with Amazon’s Just Walk Out technology.

Canberra Institute of Technology holds open day this week

The Canberra Institute of Technology (CIT) will hold its Open Day this Friday, showcasing the career pathways available.

CIT’s cyber-ready pilot program

A pilot program at the Canberra Institute of Technology is creating job-ready cyber experts, addressing a critical shortage of professionals.

Procedural fairness process begins for CIT investigation

The ACT Integrity Commissioner has issued relevant parties a proposed Special Report on the investigation into the CIT consultancy contracts.

3,600 more fee-free TAFE places at Canberra’s CIT

The Federal and ACT Governments will deliver 3,600 more Fee-Free TAFE places at the CIT over the next three years.