Cecil Andrews College is the first WA P-TECH site. The P-TECH pilot at Cecil Andrews College is supported by the local community and Western Australian Government. Cecil Andrews College also have an Australian first and world class, brand new STEM centre which launched in 2017. The school is working collaboratively with other education and training providers and a number of locally-based employer partners including WA ship builder Austal, Thales Group, Civmec Construction & Engineering, Deloitte Australia and Datacom Australia.
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Armadale Students to Benefit from Big Business
June 24, 2016 | Examiner, Armadale
By Robyn Molloy
Cecil Andrews Senior High School students could have a fast tracked pathway to work as ship builders if the Coalition is re-elected on July 2.
Minister for Education and Training Simon Birmingham visited the school on Monday to announce the $4.6 million pathways in technology national pilot program (PTECH).
The Cecil Andrews pilot would be one of 12 across the country. It would see funding to improve science, technology, engineering and maths outcomes and to facilitate collaboration between Cecil Andrews, shipbuilder Austal and other local businesses.