On Friday May 8ththe Hands On Learning (HOL) team met with Roger Fisher from Frankston High School to show him what the program is and how is runs. Roger had a glowing endorsement of the program and the students and staff involved. He also commented that “students really appear to be gaining a great deal from their exposure to the trade experiences”. The students have created new lockers for a local gym and a new gate to allow the school mini bus to more easily access the garage area. The students have also been busy concreting and cutting metal. This is a great example of the benefits that both the school and the students get from the Hands On Learning program. Congratulation to Mark, Rob and the HOL team.