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  • Individuals named best in nation

    Melinda Lethbridge checking instruments.

    The Australian Apprentice of the Year and the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Student of the Year are among the individual winners that have been announced at the 2014 Australian Training Awards.

    The event was held in Adelaide on Friday, 21 November and was attended by more than 700 people.

    Find out the individual winners for 2014 visit the Australian Training Awards winners page

  • Top businesses announced

    Two women standing together

    Several businesses have been recognised as national leaders in skills, training and workforce development after winning an Australian Training Award on Friday 21 November.

    Business award categories including Small Employer of the Year, Employer of the Year, Australian Apprenticeships – Employer Award, the Industry Collaboration Award and the inaugural Disability Training Initiative Award.

    To find out the business winners for 2014, visit the Australian Training Awards winners page

  • RTO winners announced

    RTO winners announced

    Five registered training organisations (RTO) are leading the way in vocational education and training after being announced as winners at the 2014 Australian Training Awards in Adelaide.

    The RTO categories include the School Pathways to VET Award and the Large Training Provider of the Year Award.

    To find out the RTO winners for 2014, visit the Australian Training Awards winners page.

  • Lifetime commitment to VET recognised

    Ms Berwyn Clayton from Victoria holding a medal

    Ms Berwyn Clayton from Victoria has been recognised for more than 30 years’ service in the vocational education and training sector, receiving the preeminent Lifetime Achievement Award at the 2014 Australian Training Awards in Adelaide.

    For more information about Ms Clayton’s contribution to the VET sector, read her profile on the Australian Training Awards winners page

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