Bendigo TAFE today released their first business plan since the announcement of major funding cuts in the state budget this year.
It includes new projects, including a proposal to extend their Beginner's Children's Centre to include a kindergarten.
The draft transition plan also includes proposals to "capitalise on the opportunity of the $630 million new Bendigo hospital development" and increasing the pathways programs with universities.
Bendigo TAFE chief executive officer Maria Simpson countered the rumour that the Castlemaine campus would close this year.
"We propose that we continue to operate in all locations where we currently deliver," Ms Simpson said.
"We do not own the Castlemaine campus, we rent the land form the shire and are committed to this for the next 12 months."
The business restructure has resulted to date in the loss of 44 staff, with a further 41 to be made redundant by the end of the year.
"At this time we reiterate the importance of community and business support," Ms Simpson said.