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NMIT (Northern Melbourne Institute of TAFE)

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The entity now known as NMIT was formed in 1988 through the amalgamation of Preston College of TAFE and Collingwood College of TAFE. The new entity was called Northern Metropolitan College of TAFE. In 1996, the name was changed to Northern Melbourne Institute of TAFE and, in 1999 the acronym NMIT was adopted.
From modest beginnings as a technical school in Collingwood in 1912, NMIT has grown to become the largest provider of vocational and technical education in Melbourne’s north with current course enrolments exceeding 65,000.
NMIT is located in the northern suburbs of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. It has six metropolitan campuses located at Preston, Collingwood, Epping, Fairfield, Greensborough and Heidelberg and a rural campus at Ararat.
There are also six training centres Northern Lodge – Eden Park, Northern Lodge - Yan Yean, Yarra Glen Racing Centre, Northern AMEP (Adult Migrant English Program) Centre in Broadmeadows, Growling Frog Vineyard and NMIT Kyneton Park.
Collingwood Technical School
In the early years of the 20th century adequate technical education was lacking and became a focus in the Victorian Parliament. After much debate and discussion among politicians and educationalists, the 1910 Education Act No 2301 was passed, making possible the establishment of new technical schools to address the dearth of skilled trades people.
In July 1912 Collingwood Technical School opened in the modified bluestone buildings at 35 Johnston St, originally built in 1853 as the Collingwood Town Hall and Court House.
Within three weeks, there were 57 boys enrolled - studying preliminary carpentry and pattern-making, plumbing, engineering, sheet iron work and bricklaying. They attended two hours a night on three evenings a week.
In 1913, the school opened its doors to juniors and took residence in new permanent buildings erected on the site. It was classified as a trades school by the State Education Department. Two years later courses in electrical wiring and electrical and mechanical engineering were introduced.
Over the next 75 years, the school expanded with new extensions and courses as education assumed a much greater significance in society.
In 1916, during World War 1, the school was used to rehabilitate returned soldiers and a Returned Soldiers Training Scheme began.
In 1931, during the Depression, classes started for unemployed youths and by 1935, the junior school had 788 enrolments, the biggest of any metropolitan technical school. The total enrolment was 1769.
In 1970 the school was renamed Collingwood Technical College following the introduction of 'middle-level' engineering courses. Then in 1976 Certificates of Technology were introduced and the college assumed responsibility for high school evening classes at University High School as part of TAFE operations. In 1981 the college changed its name to Collingwood College of TAFE.
Preston Technical School
In the mid-1930s the idea of establishing a second technical school in the north of Melbourne resurfaced. Seizing the initiative, Preston Council provided land in St Georges Road and Northcote City Council also offered money. In 1937 the new school Preston Technical School opened with 385 male students and twenty-one staff. Demand for technical education in the north grew, and within three years, the school had outgrown its buildings and spilled over into temporary quarters.
By the end of World War II, students were also being taught in classrooms at four state schools in Preston and Northcote. While wartime had halted new construction, after 1945 building restarted and in 1947, a workshop block was opened for teaching carpentry and joinery, fitting and machining, plumbing and gas-fitting.
By 1949, there was a request to educate girls in the technical area. It was seven years later that the Girls' Technical School opened in Cramer St. with up to 500 students. As well there was a push for the establishment of a diploma school offering tertiary courses in engineering and science. By 1951, Preston was the biggest technical school in Victoria, with 893 boys enrolled.
During the 1960s the college grew and developed. In 1966, the college council applied to affiliate the Preston Diploma School with the Victoria Institute of Colleges, and study programs increased rapidly. By 1977, more than 100 courses were offered and a decade later, the college had a student population of almost 17,000 prior to amalgamation.
NMIT is now accredited to deliver over 500 nationally recognised qualifications and more than 400 Institute accredited courses in everything from accounting to equine studies, childcare to commercial cookery, fitting and turning to floristry and beauty therapy to meat processing. These study programs are delivered by six faculties – Earth Sciences, Further Education, Business Hospitality and Personal Services, Building and Construction, Arts and Social Sciences, Engineering – across seven campuses and six specialist training centres throughout the northern region of Melbourne and country Victoria.
NMIT now encompasses a broad course range that transcends the days of carpentry, plumbing and sheet metal, with programs that include pre-apprenticeships, apprenticeships, certificates, diplomas, advanced diplomas, associate degrees and bachelor degrees. There are also articulated pathways to university studies and NMIT hosts a large cohort of international students as well as delivering programs with 25 partner institutions throughout Asia.
Finally, perhaps one of the most significant aspects of NMIT’s development is the links the Institute has forged with industry and the community which still permeate NMIT today. It is one of NMIT's greatest strengths that students are taught by teachers who are directly involved with and work in the industries in which they are teaching, and courses are designed to meet the needs of industry and business in the region.
Source: NMIT Centenary Project
http://www.nmit.edu.au/centenary/

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The NMIT Archive Centre was established in 2012 as part of the Institute’s centenary celebrations with a view to bringing together a repository of documents, images, reports, plans, recordings and artefacts of enduring historical value which record the history of NMIT and the various educational institutions upon which it is based. Its collection ranges from 1912- and includes handbooks and prospectuses, annual reports, inspector reports, principal's reports, program reports, account books, building plans, student and staff manuals, student and staff photographs, newspaper cuttings, recordings of events such as openings of new buildings or campuses.

Clare K. Gervasoni 12 August 2013 12:29 PM

Hi NMIT crew, Can you send me an email? I'd love to communicate with you since we have such similar collections. I'm going to look for some NMIT related items in my collections. Have you got any Ballarat School of Mines items in yours? Clare - c.gervasoni@ballarat.edu.au

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Photographs: CTC 1972 Student Groups and Teams

NMIT (Northern Melbourne Institute of TAFE),

Black and white photographs of Collingwood Technical College Teams and Groups. Includes House Officials, Junior Band, Wrestlers, Cricket team, Tennis team, First XI Soccer team, First XVIII Football Team, Baseball team, Guitar group, Volleyball team, Basketball team.

Photograph: CTC 1979 Football team (Runnersup)

NMIT (Northern Melbourne Institute of TAFE),

Colour photograph of Collingwood Technical College [1979] Football team, Runnersup on NMFI competition.

Flyer Open Night CTS 1929 - Flyer for Open Night for Collingwood Technical School to be held Friday, 13th December, 1929 at 7 o'clock

NMIT (Northern Melbourne Institute of TAFE),

Faded blue flyer for Open Night for Collingwood Technical School Friday, 13th December, 1929, 7 o'clock

Photographs: Preston Technical School 1986 Classes

NMIT (Northern Melbourne Institute of TAFE),

Colour photographs of Preston Technical School 1986 classes

Folder - PCOT - Out from Under: Affirmative Action Seminar [notes] 1987.

NMIT (Northern Melbourne Institute of TAFE),

Blue manilla folder containing notes.

Historical information

This conference was a result of Affirmative Action legislation and the movement toward Equal Opportunity in the workplace. The conference was attended by employees from TAFE colleges across Victoria.

Significance

An historical document on affirmative action and equal opportunity in the workplace.

Inscriptions & Markings

Property stamp on covering letter "Preston College of TAFE / LRC-Library"

Book: All the way to Z ... Chester Eagle - Book by Chester Eagle, All the way to Z: an essay in the form of a memoir and vice-versa

NMIT (Northern Melbourne Institute of TAFE),

185 page spiral bound book downloaded (with permission) from Trojan Press (www.trojanpress.com.au)

Photograph: Carpentry Class at Collingwood Technical School 1914

NMIT (Northern Melbourne Institute of TAFE),

School badges: Collingwood Technical College - School badges: Collingwood Technical College: Form Captain, House Captain, SRC

NMIT (Northern Melbourne Institute of TAFE),

Three Collingwood Technical College school badges: one House Captain, one Form Captain, one SRC (Student Representative Committee)

Brochure - NMIT - OQP Victoria: Overseas Qualified Professionals Program. 2005.

NMIT (Northern Melbourne Institute of TAFE),

Tri-fold colour brochure.

Historical information

This brochure is aimed at prospective employers in the OQP program and outlines the benefits to industry in offering work experience to skilled migrant professionals.

Booklet - PCOT - VCE/TOP English; The Production Unit 1987. Student Handbook.

NMIT (Northern Melbourne Institute of TAFE),

17 pages of text. Purple paper cover with title in black text. 2 staples on left side.

Historical information

The Production Unit was part of the VCE/TOP English course. This handbook gives students detailed information on expectations, timelines, etc. to fulfil the requirements of this unit of work.

Memorabilia: Return to Collingwood Reunion 18 October 1991

NMIT (Northern Melbourne Institute of TAFE),

Various items of memorabilia relating to the 18 October 1991 'Return to Collingwood' Reunion of past staff members of Collingwood Technical School, Collingwood Technical College and Collingwood College of TAFE. Includes Invitation, Guest Name tag, Notes of Meeting of Re-Union Committee, a Booking Register of Guests invited, a book for Guests to register, and 2 albums of photographs. Some photographs have names on the reverse.

Report: Annual report Northern Metropolitan College of TAFE 1990s - Annual report: Northern Metropolitan College of TAFE 1990s

NMIT (Northern Melbourne Institute of TAFE),

Bound A4 size booklets. 1990X2; 1991X3; 1992X2; 1993X2; 1994X2

Postcard and poster: NMIT Expo 2001-2004

NMIT (Northern Melbourne Institute of TAFE),

Folded invitation to NMIT Expo 2003. Coloured illustration on front (artist unknown). Inside text lists NMIT courses and has reply paid postcard requesting course and career guides. Also posters promoting Expo days for 2001-2004

Historical information

Part of NMIT's marketing strategy, this invitation to NMIT Expo 2003 is aimed at prospective students.

Corporate Communications - NMIT - OH&S manual handling register 2001 - 2006, OH&S hazard register 2001 - 2006.

NMIT (Northern Melbourne Institute of TAFE),

Printed A4 pages, loose. Bundled together in years.Some pages filed in plastic pockets.

Historical information

Internal communication covering the variety of OH&S issues in various departemts and schools within NMIT. Includes an OH&S Register and Hazard identification information.

Significance

A collection of internal memos and other communication dealing with Occupational Health and Safety at NMIT.

Silver cup trophy CTS VSSBA 1961-1975

NMIT (Northern Melbourne Institute of TAFE),

Silver cup trophy approx. 19cm tall, with inscription / ‘V.S.S.B.A. / OVER 12 QUARTET / COLLINGWOOD T.S.’ Dates on cup range from 1961-1975.

Book: Furniture and equipment layouts for TAFE colleges Victoria. 1981

NMIT (Northern Melbourne Institute of TAFE),

A4 size loose pages published by the Public Works Department and the Education Department Victoria in 1981. The contents cover the following Colleges: Moorabin, Dandenong, Collingwood, Newport, Box Hill, Sunraysia, Yallourn, Footscray, RMIT, Preston, School of Mines & Industries Ballarat, McMillan Rural Studies, Loddon Valley Bendigo, Wangaratta and Latrobe Street Complex. Plans and diagrams included.

Magazine: The Wag student magazine CCOT 1986-1987 - Student magazine The Wag Collingwood College of TAFE 1986-19

NMIT (Northern Melbourne Institute of TAFE),

A4 size student magazines The Wag, published in 1986 and 1987 by Collingwood College of TAFE students. Issues held June 25 1986, July 9 1986, July 23 1986, 17 Sept. 1986, March 1987, Issue 2 1987, Issue 3 June 1987.

Photograph: CTS 1926 Football team - Photograph of Collingwood Technical School 1926 Football team with trophy cup

NMIT (Northern Melbourne Institute of TAFE),

Photograph, unframed, of Collingwood Technical School Football team 1926 with trophy cup.

Inscriptions & Markings

On football in the photograph: 'CHAMPIONS / 1926'. On the reverse side there is an arrow at centre top and underneath 'MR. G.E.WHITAKER / AT C'WOOD 1923 - 1946'

Untitled

NMIT (Northern Melbourne Institute of TAFE),

Minutes - CTS - Minutes of Council of School Activities. Collingwood Technical School. 1942-1950.

NMIT (Northern Melbourne Institute of TAFE),

Black exercise book with brown paper spine binding. Front cover is loose. Some loose documents are interleaved.

Historical information

The Council of School Activities dealt with matters pertaining to student welfare, including extra curricular activities such as the brass band. This volume contains a revised (1944) constitution for the council.

Significance

Details the activities within the school, including those teachers who were involved.

Inscriptions & Markings

Hand written on brown paper spine: "Annual Satff Meetings". Most entries are handwritten.

Account Book - CTS - Account Book. -Collingwood Technical School No. 3 Account. 1961-1971.

NMIT (Northern Melbourne Institute of TAFE),

Hard cover account book with green fabric cover and 'leather' corners and spine. Internal pages ruled for accounts.

Historical information

A day by day register of accounts received and accounts paid at Collingwood Technical School in the 1960s. It does not include salaries.

Significance

This account book gives the income and expenditure for CTS in the 1960s.

Inscriptions & Markings

Hand written accounts ledger throughout.

Photograph Album: NMCOT Library & Bookshop - Library Network and College Bookshop. NMCOT. October 1992.

NMIT (Northern Melbourne Institute of TAFE),

Floral covered photo album containing photographs and articles relating to the library network at NMCoT. Also loose photos of library staff and events during the 1990s, including Collingwood, Epping, Greensborough and Heidelberg campuses. Also red-covered album of photos and newspaper articles of the Epping campus library from 1992 to 2010. Also loose photos and 2 small albums of photos of Greensborough campus library 1994-2006

Historical information

Photo album Library Network and College Bookshop. 1991 – 1992. Including Mobile library, Library orientation at Collingwood, Library orientation at Preston, Staff farewell, Opening day at Horticulture, Christmas morning tea, Setting up at Epping, Epping campus opening, Heidelberg 1992

Significance

Contains photographs of functions at the NMCOT libraries including the opening of the Epping Campus library.

School Magazines - PTS - Grapevine. Second edition 1985.

NMIT (Northern Melbourne Institute of TAFE),

Photocopied student magazine with pale blue paper cover. Contains student-generated articles and puzzles.

Historical information

A student produced magazine containing articles and puzzles.

Report: Preston College of Technical and Further Education: Stage 4: Concept proposal March 1986

NMIT (Northern Melbourne Institute of TAFE),

A4 size, spiral binding

Handbook: Course and career guide NMIT

NMIT (Northern Melbourne Institute of TAFE),

Booklets published by NMIT. Years 1999-2003 are smaller in size. From 2004 they are A4 size. Years held 1999X2; 2000; 2001; 2002; 2003; 2004; 2005; 2006; 2007; 2008 X 2; 2009; 2010 x 2; 2011 X4; 2012X2; 2013X2; 2014/x3

Folder - PTS - 50 RE-NEW-NION

NMIT (Northern Melbourne Institute of TAFE),

Empty folder. Blue background with mainly red and yellow graphic on front cover. White on blue graphic of school building on back cover "Preston Technical School magazine"

Historical information

Folder prepared for the 50th anniversary of Preston Technical School to hold the school magazine. (note: this is an empty folder, magazine not included)

Report - NMIT - Disability Support Service. Review 2001.

NMIT (Northern Melbourne Institute of TAFE),

48 pages of text. Yellow title page with clear plastic cover, spiral bound.

Historical information

This document reviews approximately 5 years of disability support service at NMIT campuses. It includes survey results and organisation of the department.

Report - CTS - CTS Education Reports 1925-26 - 1942-43.

NMIT (Northern Melbourne Institute of TAFE),

Bound copies of "Education Report of the Minister of Public Instruction for the years 1925-26 [to] 1942-43". Black binding with gold lettering on spine.

Historical information

These reports outline the advances in education in Victoria each year. Includes comparative statistics on results for each school.

Significance

An official record of education in Victoria, covering both city and rural schools

Inscriptions & Markings

On spine: "C.T.S./ EDUCATION/ REPORT/ 1925-26/1942-43".

Newsletter: Industry network news: a publication of the Northern Metropolitan TAFE Foundation 1991-1994

NMIT (Northern Melbourne Institute of TAFE),

First issue was double-sided which folded into an A4 size. Subsequent issues are four-sided A4 size. The newsletter was published by the Information Unit of Northern Metropolitan College of TAFE and focussed on the College and Industry partnerships.

Newsletter: Friday bulletin 1983-1984 CTS - Newsletter: Friday bulletin: by the kids. for the kids 1983-1984 CTS

NMIT (Northern Melbourne Institute of TAFE),

Manilla folder of Photocopies of Friday bulletin: by the kids. For the Kids. From 14/10/1983 to the end of 1983. Then from 1984 it was called Turawan and 1984 issues include reference to Keith Haring coming to Collingwood Technical School to pain his mural. A5 size copies.

Inscriptions & Markings

Handwritten note on cover of folder 'Put out by Frank Ryder late 1983. Turawan's 84 replaced Friday Bulletin by Frank Ryder'.

Council Minutes - CTC - Collingwood Technical College Council Minutes. 1973-1981.

NMIT (Northern Melbourne Institute of TAFE),

Bound typed copies of Minutes of CTC Council. Cardboard cover with tape binding.

Historical information

Collingwood Technical College Minutes of College Council Meetings. 1973-1981. The Council was the governing board and these minutes are a record of the elected members of the Council and all aspects of the governance (from correspondence to financial matters) of CTC.

Significance

A record of the monthly meetings of the College Council.

Inscriptions & Markings

1970 editions: printed on front cover: Collingwood / Technical College / Council Minutes / [dates]. Each page is signed by a Council member. 1975-76 has a CCOT label on cover. 1979-1981, printed on front cover "Collingwood College / of Technical and Further Education" although minutes are headed Collingwood Technical College.

Photograph: Alex Strang, Principal CTS 30/6/1932-1950 - Framed photograph Alex Strang, Principal, Collingwood Technical School 30/6/1932-1950

NMIT (Northern Melbourne Institute of TAFE),

Framed portrait.

Brochures - NMIT - Collection of course brochures on Tourism and Hospitality 1997-1998.

NMIT (Northern Melbourne Institute of TAFE),

A collection of brochures. Various formats, text and some colour illustartions.

Historical information

Collection of course brochures from the Hospitality and Tourism Department at NMITAFE, including Minimising Risk (food law and safety), Certificate III in Tourism and Certificate in Wine Studies - Retail Sales.

Account Book - CTS - Accounts 1931-1933. Collingwood Technical School.

NMIT (Northern Melbourne Institute of TAFE),

Red covered ledger book. Handwritten accounts throughout.

Historical information

A record of accounts from May 1931 to June 1933. Includes salaries and sundry accounts.

Significance

Original records of financial expenditure of Collingwood Technical School at this time.

Inscriptions & Markings

On spine in black pen: "OFFICIAL A/C"

Book: What men and women do by Kevin Brophy, 2006

NMIT (Northern Melbourne Institute of TAFE),

Book of 175 pages written by Kevin Brophy and published in 2006 by NMIT's Flat Chat Press. ISBN 1921142995

Book: TAFE colleges management study: report to the Chairman of the TAFE Board, Victoria 1985

NMIT (Northern Melbourne Institute of TAFE),

Report of 302 pages, published in March 1985 by Cullen Egan Dell Australia Pty. Ltd. ISBN 0724126554. The study was conducted to examine organisational requirements for the TAFE college system in Victoria. Conclusions and recommendations are included. The project team was asked to provide: a rationale for the organisation of TAFE colleges; a number of detailed structures and arrangements; a comprehensive position specification for the chief executive of a TAFE college; comprehensive position specifications for senior management positions in TAFE colleges; identification of organisational relationship issues and proposals to address them; and strategies for the implementation of organisation proposals. The team examines in detalis the arrangements within six TAFE colleges selected to provide a representative sample of the total network in Victoria. Although many positive features of TAFE in Victoria were noted, the team concluded that significant problems existed in the system at this time and that these impair the capacity of TAFE to operate in a fully efficient and effective way. A range of strategies are proposed to address these concerns along with new management structures and arrangements for colleges designed to meet the current and future needs of the community more effectively.

Minutes - CTS - Minutes of School Council 13 October 1955 – 14 August 1958

NMIT (Northern Melbourne Institute of TAFE),

Green hard cover minute book with leather spine and corners.

Historical information

Minutes of the Collingwood Technical School Council 1955-1958. Covers all aspects of the administration of the school.

Significance

Original school Council minutes from the 1950s.

Inscriptions & Markings

'Minute Book" stamped in gilt on spine. All entries in book are handwritten.

Book: Chrysalis: short fiction : stories, vignettes, poetry, extracts, observations, meanderings, irreverent thoughts, Sarah Hammond, 2007

NMIT (Northern Melbourne Institute of TAFE),

Book of 206 pages written by Sarah Hammond and published by Flat Chat Press, NMIT in 2007. ISBN 0975808435

Register: Prefects Record Book 1951-1966 and Student Representative Committees from 1973 to 1975 CTS

NMIT (Northern Melbourne Institute of TAFE),

Large Binder with maroon leatherette cover, with 'Prefects' Record Book' gilded on cover. Contains lists of Prefects for each year from 1951 - 1966. Also Loose sheets listing Student Representative Committees from 1973 to 1975. Also SRC Oath of Allegiance and SRC thanks to President of College Council

Folder: of copy Articles and documents on the history of Technical Education 1970-

NMIT (Northern Melbourne Institute of TAFE),

Manila folder of copy articles and documents used by Paul Scofield in his research on the history of Collingwood Technical School.

Book: Melbourne’s North – the new knowledge economy Melbourne’s North – the new knowledge economy 2009

NMIT (Northern Melbourne Institute of TAFE),

Melbourne’s North – the new knowledge economy is a study commissioned by NORTH Link and the Northern Metropolitan Melbourne Area Consultative Sub-Committee with seed funding from the Victorian Government Department of Innovation, Industry and Regional Development and matching funding from industry, education and local government in Melbourne’s North. It was prepared by National Institute of Economic and Industry Research. The report provides a detailed analysis of the Melbourne’s North regional economy and builds on the previous report, Growing Melbourne’s North – developing an integrated economy. It concludes that the region can achieve significant economic and social benefits if stakeholders share resources and cooperate across local government boundaries to form a discrete economic zone. The report includes recommendations and benchmarks that will support growth and quality employment outcomes for the region into the future as it undergoes the transition into a knowledge economy. Consultants National Institute of Economic and Industry Research (NIEIR), Carmine Consulting ISBN 978-0-9803994-4-3

Video: CTC Farewells Mr. J. Barberis 1974

NMIT (Northern Melbourne Institute of TAFE),

VHS video of Collingwood Technical College farewelling Principal Mr. J. Barberis 18 April 1974 and of the Farewell Dinner on 19 April 1974.

Handbook: Manual for Short Course Curriculum Development - Manual for Short Course Curriculum Development [1987]

NMIT (Northern Melbourne Institute of TAFE),

A4 size bound booklet written by Richard Morton for Preston College of TAFE, date unclear but probably 1987.

Brochure: Free English classes for Adult migrants in the Northern Suburbs August 1984

NMIT (Northern Melbourne Institute of TAFE),

A4 size 8 pages with a green cover with details of courses to be run at Preston College of TAFE, Adult Migrant Education, and LaTrobe University

Book: The Nature of things by Helen Lucas, 2005

NMIT (Northern Melbourne Institute of TAFE),

Booklet of 92 pages of poetry and prose written by Helen Lucas and published by Flat Chat Press, NMIT in 2005. ISBN 0975720287

Slide Projector: Kodak Carousel S-AV-2000 with Carousel - Slide Projector: Kodak Carousel S-AV-2000 with Carousel

NMIT (Northern Melbourne Institute of TAFE),

Kodak Carousel S-AV-2000 Slide Projector with Carousel and both in original black leather look carrying case. A second projector also held but without the carousel. Period of production 1960s and 1970s onwards

Booklet: Platforms for partnerships - Platforms for partnerships: the key to workplace implememtation of Training Packages.

NMIT (Northern Melbourne Institute of TAFE),

30 pages. Yellow cover with black text.

Historical information

This report is a result of a NSW project that focused on bringing industry and TAFE personnel up to date on Training Package development and implementation.

Significance

Although based in NSW this report had implications for workplace assessment as part of TAFE courses.

Booklet: NMIT Strategic directions and Strategic plan 1996-

NMIT (Northern Melbourne Institute of TAFE),

A4 size bound booklets. Years held: Strategic directions 1995-1997; 1996-98; Strategic plan 2004-2008; 2009 the Northern journey; 2007-2010; Library 2010-2012

Photograph: CTS 1940s Bottom Stock Preparation class

NMIT (Northern Melbourne Institute of TAFE),

Black and white photograph of students in class. Undated and unidentified. On reverse of photo is written 'General view of Bottom Stock Preparation' and the assumption is that it is Collingwood Technical School and it is estimated to be c1940s.

Report: You don't think I'm going to die in here, do you?

NMIT (Northern Melbourne Institute of TAFE),

A4 size booklet with green cover, spiral bound. Written by George Randy Johnston for Northern Metropolitan College of TAFE, 1989. Subtitle: An investigation into the adult literacy/further education needs of long term, chronic psychiatric patients.