CIT celebrates multiple wins at 2020 ACT Training Awards
Published: 16 Sep 2020
The Canberra Institute of Technology (CIT) was recognised as the Large Training Provider of the Year at the ACT Training Awards virtual ceremony held last week. The annual ACT Training Awards recognise and honour the outstanding achievements of students and apprentices as well as teachers and organisations involved in the Vocational Education and Training Sector (VET).
2020 has been a challenging year, but CIT's commitment to quality VET has not wavered and we remain focused on the support our students need to help them achieve their employment and career objectives.
As the leading provider of VET in the ACT and Region, CIT continues to change lives through quality education and skills development for individuals, industry and the community.
CIT's excellence in VET is reflected in our training delivery innovations, which are increasingly supported by state-of-the-art simulated training environments for both traditional and emerging industries.
At CIT, relationships with industry are forged with a long-term vision. CIT's combined efforts with a range of industry partners are aimed to ensure students are exposed to employment opportunities and ready to contribute to the ACT workforce with the best skills today and into the future.
CIT and CIT Solutions were strongly represented with several finalists across the various award categories. CIT is proud of the formal recognition as the ACT's top training provider and elebrates the success of its students, apprentices and trainees:
- Khye Bolin, Certificate III in Electronics & Communications - ACT Apprentice of the Year
- Clarisse Ambroise, Certificate III in Hospitality - ACT Trainee of the Year
- Charise Mae Brabec, Certificate III n Floristry - ACT Vocational Student of the Year
- Lisa Cherie Birnie, Certificate III in Government (CIT Solutions) - ACT Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Student of the Year
- Sebastian Connor, Certificate III in Commercial Cookery - ACT Australian School-based Apprentice of the Year
CIT and each individual winner will have the opportunity to represent the ACT at the Australian training Awards in November. More information is available from www.skills.act.gov.au/awards