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and TAFE SA."
"Having grown up in Tumby Bay and being involved in a number of sporting teams across the Peninsula for many years as well as having family ties on the EP is a great advantage," Mr Horgan said.
Mr Horgan's role with local students is to ensure they have an educational program that meets the needs of industries to maximise the opportunity of employment.
"Whyalla is a critical part of TAFE SA with a vibrant campus and therefore I'm here as often as possible to service the needs of the local community," he said.
For the past 11 years, Mr Horgan had been employed as the deputy principal at Saint Joseph's School in Port Lincoln and prior to this, he spent three years as the deputy principal at Saint John's College in Darwin.
"TAFE SA is committed to modernising training delivery in our regions to ensure it keeps pace with the needs of industry."
Anyone looking to contact Mr Horgan regarding any TAFE SA training needs can contact him via the Whyalla Campus on 86488788.
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Port Lincoln to Cleve, Kimba and Wudinna through to Ceduna as well as Whyalla, Mr Horgan said he tried to ensure he was at the Whyalla campus on a weekly basis.
"I am really looking forward to ensuring that TAFE SA continues to offer high level training and meet the needs of our communities in Whyalla and across the Eyre Peninsula."
Growing up in Tumby Bay, Mr Horgan has extensive knowledge of the Whyalla and Eyre Peninsula region, something he believes is of great benefit to his new position.
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"I'll play a key role in brokering relationships with industry that will help to create pathways to employment and create a string of local skills base," Mr Horgan said.
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Mr Horgan said he had enjoyed his position so far and was looking forward to working closely with local students.
Having worked in Whyalla as a teacher at Saint John's College from 1992 until 2002, Mr Horgan is familiar with the city and admires the quality of the local TAFE Reebok Fury
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