Stemming back to as early as 1925, Kangan Institute's rich history involves the merger of four major institutes-John Batman, Broadmeadows College and the Richmond automotive campus of Barton Institute of TAFE and more recently, Bendigo TAFE.


Kangan Institute merges with Bendigo TAFE.


Our new name, Kangan Institute, is unveiled after thirteen years operating as Kangan Batman TAFE. The updated name is joined by a new logo and fresh brand colours to help reaffirm Kangan as a dynamic and progressive Victorian education provider.


Kangan Batman TAFE opens its newest campus - Automotive Centre of Excellence - Docklands


Kangan Batman TAFE acquires Richmond automotive campus of Barton Institute of TAFE


John Batman and Kangan Institutes of TAFE amalgamate to form Kangan Batman TAFE


Broadmeadows College of TAFE changes its name to Kangan Institute of TAFE, in honour of Myer Kangan OBE AO, the founder of Australia's TAFE system


Moorabbin and Richmond Colleges of TAFE merge to form the Richmond Automotive Campus of Barton Institute of TAFE


Broadmeadows College of TAFE established


Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) transfers its automotive training programs to Batman Automotive College, Coburg. Batman College changes its name to John Batman Institute of TAFE


Overcrowding splits Richmond Technical School's secondary education and TAFE functions into Richmond Technical School and Richmond College of TAFE


Richmond Technical School established, delivering motor mechanics training as part of the post-Depression Youth Employment Scheme