Chisholm goes eLEP and all trained up!
Early last year Chisholm TAFE library joined the LEP program and quickly took up the opportunity to connect to the eLEP service. They now have web access to publications at all of their campuses. Chisholm arranged several training sessions for their library staff during October and November 2003. The Victorian LEP Coordinator, Helen Leary, visited several campuses and trained about 30 staff in using eLEP and CLIB 2001.
Chisholm is a key vocational provider in south-east Melbourne, the Mornington Peninsula and South Gippsland with campuses at Bass Coast, Berwick, Cranbourne, Dandenong, Frankston, Noble Park and Rosebud. It offers more than 220 courses and is home to about 50,000 students each year. Formed in 1998 through the merger of several TAFEs, Chisholm was named after Caroline Chisholm who was known as 'the emigrant's friend' for her pioneer work with poor migrants to Australia during the 1800s.
Leeanne Graham, LEP contact at Chisholm Institute of TAFE
This page last updated 23 May 2007