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TAFE fees set to skyrocket?

The Brisbane Times carried an AAP report on 22 June 2014 that in 2015, previously subsidised courses are expected to incur full fees, as the new Queensland Training Assets Management Authority makes TAFE campuses pay full commercial rent.  Labor’s education and training frontbencher Yvette D’Ath said that explained the fee increases.  “They’ve come up with a new motto for TAFE: make great happen,” she told reporters.  “It appears, based on their own materials, that only greatness can come to some in Queensland.”

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