The $1.4 billion new Dunedin hospital project will require trade training for hundreds of Dunedin people so they can help build the facility.
Local Advisory Group convener Pete Hodgson wants training for as many local apprentices and other workers as possible before construction begins in about two years.
The project will take a massive effort on the part of training organisations, but Otago Polytechnic chief executive Phil Ker says it ''absolutely'' can be done, subject to Government funding.
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Published on 20 July 2018
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