South Australia wins at the Australian Training Awards

Celebrating national achievement in vocational education and training

Two of South Australia’s most outstanding vocational education students and organisations have won national accolades at the 2017 Australian Training Awards.

Rachelle Boyle of Blair Athol won Vocational Student of the Year and SA Power Networks took out the Australian Apprenticeships – Employer Award.

In addition, Max Miegel of Murray Bridge was runner-up for the School-based Apprentice of the Year Award.

South Australia was represented at the awards in nine categories – congratulations to all our winners and finalists.

Winners were announced at the awards dinner on 23 November 2017 in Canberra.

For more information, visit the Training and Skills Commission website.

Author: Birbast
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