FOUR Year 11 and 12 students from Jordan River Senior School, have been proudly nominated for the Tasmanian Training Awards for 2016.
The awards are conducted annually by Skills Tasmania. The Awards recognise the achievements of apprentices, trainees and vocational students who strive for the highest standards of knowledge and skills within their industry.
They also recognise industry, employers, small businesses and training organisations dedicated to providing high quality training and improving the skills of the workforce in this state. The awards offer finalists the chance to gain personal satisfaction and the prestige of being part of an elite group who unequivocally represent the State’s best in vocational education and training.
The 2016 award categories are:
School –based apprentice/trainee of the year award. This award is a national award: Brooke Faltusz Cashion year 12, certificate II in sport and recreation; Sharnie Clark year 13, certificate III in education support; Corey Burgess year 12, certificate II in sport and recreation.
VET in schools student award. This award is a state-only award: Bradley Cate, Year 11, VET engineering.
All of Brighton municipality wishes Brooke, Sharnie, Corey and Bradley good luck. Watch this space as the next stage is participation in an interview with a panel of people and JRLF is confident this team of students will do very well indeed.