As part of the Construction Pathways course and as a service to the college, the Year 12 VET Construction class laid a concrete pathway in the schools garden area so that teachers and students can gain access to the new shelter that was put in towards the end of last year.

During the task, students further developed their skills in: levelling, excavating, setting up formwork and concreting.

Students showed great enthusiasm on the day and did an outstanding job considering this was their first time working with concrete. All students showed excellent team work and took turns at different roles throughout the construction of the pathway.

Special thanks to Frank for helping out on the day.





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CathEd Parra

CathEd Parra

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