ACT Training Awards 2016
Published: 09 May 2016
Do you have what it takes to be a winner at the ACT Training Awards 2016?
The ACT Training Excellence Awards are an annual celebration of the efforts and achievements of those involved in vocational education and training in the ACT. They recognise, reward and promote the training efforts and successes of apprentices, trainees and vocational students, as well as the teachers, registered training organisations, industry associations and employers in the ACT.
Entering can help to raise your profile locally and possibly nationally, and offers the opportunity for you to receive the recognition you deserve.
Nominations are open for:
- Vocational Student of the Year
- Apprentice of the Year
- Trainee of the Year
- Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander Student of the Year
- School-based Apprentice of the Year
Who is eligible?
Students need to be permanent residents of Australia who have completed or are due to complete between 1 October 2015 and 30 September 2016 in a course that leads to a nationally recognised qualification. Some awards have additional eligibility criteria, please refer to the Individual Nomination Booklet.
You will also need a letter of support from your teacher or employer (if applicable).
What's expected of a nominee
Student nominees need to be able to confidently articulate their journey within vocational education and training and act as an ambassador for the training system. You will have a story to tell about your experiences and are forward-looking in being able to explain how your future is brighter because of your education experiences.
Refer to the ACT Training Excellence Awards 2016 webpage for additional information and to download the Individual Nomination Booklet and register your nomination through the online application portal.
Nominations close 17 June 2016.