Here at the Outer Northern Trade Training Centre (ONTTC) we have teamed up with various industry and community partners and invested in furthering our impact locally and across Melbourne to enhance employment opportunities. This has been done with the partnerships of: Cummings, Kenworth Paccar, Komatsu and currently working to engage Daimler Benz.

ONTTC have industry partnerships with Cummins, Komatsu and Paccar

These industry and community partners have invested significant resources that support the technical education of our students here in the Northern Suburbs.

ONTTC have developed an industry partnership with Cummins


Cummins have supplied: engines, tool boxes specialised staff training, dedicated engine service tooling. This has been coupled with the Technical Education for Communities (TEC) program which is a soft skills program that elevates students to work readiness that is directly related to employment opportunities. To further assist our students here at ONTTC we select and enrol 16 students into this program which includes Structured Work placement within any of our industry partners across Melbourne. ONTTC is one of only five locations offering this across Australia. Two are located in Queensland and two are in Perth. ONTTC is the only Trade Training Centre in Victoria to offer this program.

ONTTC have developed an industry partnership with the Builder's Academy Australia


The Builders Academy Australia (BAA) runs Certificate and Diploma courses in the evenings here at ONTTC.

ONTTC have developed an community partnership with INLLEN


Inner Northern Local Learning and Employment Network (INLLEN) is and independent community organisation which develops partnerships and strategies to support young people across Darebin, Moreland and Yarra to successfully move from school to further education, training and employment.

ONTTC have developed an community partnership with HWLLEN


Hume Whittlesea Local Learning and Employment Network (HWLLEN) is one of 31 Local Learning and Employment Networks across the state and is funded by State Government. HWLLEN aims to broker sustainable partnerships between schools, business/industry, and community groups to improve education outcomes for young people. HWLLEN staff seek opportunities to connect key stakeholders to identify the needs of their region, help partners to work collaboratively towards a common purpose and support partnerships to achieve their goals.

HWLLEN is a not-for-profit, membership based organization that works at the grass roots level to assist young people to complete Year 12 or its equivalent and improve transition outcomes for young people.