ENVIROTECH: Doors open.
ENVIROTECH: Doors open. JOHN GASS D

Horticulture school doors open after summer break

BURLEIGH’S Envirotech Education re-opened after its summer break and first two months of operation on Monday.

The Currumbin Valley based horticulture school opened its business campus in Burleigh Heads in October 2010 and director Shelley Bengiat said Envirotech’s students “love it”.

“The Burleigh campus is targeting business and management courses in the right atmosphere,” Ms Bengiat said.

“It’s an attractive location students from as far away as Southport or Byron Bay find convenient because of proximity to public transport.”

She said Envirotech Burleigh would offer certificate ones and some diplomas in business and project management.

“Our business courses offer a high level of financial management.

“Envirotech’s goal is to offer information technology, business and management education with a strong emphasis on sustainability.

“Apart from that we’re simply trying to offer the best education at the lowest prices.”

The school’s mission is to empower students with skills and attributes which will lead to employment and participation in the workforce and to offer a diverse range of courses and work placements.

For more information visit www.envirotech.edu.au.



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