Education Review recently spoke with smith+tracey architects about designing facilities to bridge the gap between secondary education and work readiness.

As the educational landscape continues to change, secondary colleges are moving away from the traditional methods of teaching; instead opting for facilities known as trade training centres, these facilities offer VCE students the opportunity to gain practical real-world skills before heading into the workforce.

smith+tracey has worked on three trade training centres offering hospitality, carpentry, bricklaying, joinery and equestrian training to students.

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