Welcome to the NSW Training Awards
Applications for the 2016 NSW Training Awards are now closed!
Thank you to everyone who has expressed interest in this year's NSW Training Awards. Every year we have the pleasure of honouring the achievements of individuals and organisations in the VET sector.
We wish you all the very best in the next round.
Minister Barilaro presents Bert Evans Scholarships
Minister Barilaro presented Bert Evans Scholarships to two local apprentices in recognition of their excellent work and commitment despite hardship at a launch of the NSW Training Awards Illawarra South East at Queanbeyan TAFE on the 26th February 2016.
The Training Awards, which annually recognise excellence in training by apprentices and trainees, were launched by the Minister, who invited Illawarra and South East NSW apprentices and trainees to be nominated for their work. Local nominees attend interviews regionally, and can then progress onto state and possibly national levels, where they compete for the coveted National Apprentice or Trainee of the Year Awards.
The Bert Evans Scholarships, also awarded annually are worth $5,000 per year for three years assist apprentices dealing with a range of hardship situations.
Read more about the Bert Evans Scholarships here.
All the best to the 2015 NSW Winners!
We would like to extend our best wishes to all the NSW Winners for both individuals and organisations as they compete at the national level in the 2015 Australian Training Awards!
To see who our winners are and read their stories click here.
As the Patron, it is my pleasure to welcome you to the NSW Training Awards. I invite you to read about the outstanding achievements we have in this great State and I encourage you to get involved in the 2015 NSW Training Awards and be a part of our 60th year celebration.
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State Training Services welcomes a new Principal Sponsor - Sarina Russo Apprenticeships
The NSW Training Awards is proud to annouince that Sarina Russo Apprenticeships has joined the NSW Training Awards as the Principal Sponsor for 2015.
In 1979, Sarina combined inspiration and desperation to open a small typing school with just nine students. On graduation, she promised all the students jobs and she delivered. The ability to execute is what the Sarina Russo brand stands for and why people have trusted it for over 35 years. Today, the Sarina Russo Group employs over 1000 staff and is a global leader in education, employment and training.
Sarina Russo Apprenticeships is one of the largest Apprenticeship Network Providers (ANP). Sarina Russo Apprenticeships have supported over 132,000 apprentices and trainees in work with more than 42,000 employers since 2006.
For more information visit www.sarinarusso.com
TAFE NSW continues to support and sponsor the 2015 NSW Training Awards
TAFE NSW is Australia's leading provider of vocational education and training with more than 500,000 enrolments each year, across 130 campuses in 10 Institutes.
Collaboration, diversity and the strong relationships between Institutes, contribute to and magnify the value of TAFE NSW and importantly, the benefits that they deliver to communities and the economy of New South Wales.
TAFE NSW delivers nationally recognised qualifications in a range of long and short courses that offer a choice of industry areas, learning styles and qualifications to suit all needs. With over 1,200 nationally recognised vocational qualifications from Certificate I to Advanced Diploma level, as well as higher education qualifications at Degree and Graduate Certificate levels. A wide range of short courses offers professional development and career acceleration options. Courses are offered full-time, part-time and flexibly through distance and online learning.
For more information please visit tafensw.edu.au
Women NSW continues to support the NSW Training Awards
Women NSW will once again sponsor the Special Industry Award for a Woman in a non Traditional Trade or Vocation for the 2015 NSW Training Awards. The award recognises a female apprentice, trainee or vocational student who has undertaken training in a non-traditional trade or vocation.
Women NSW provides leadership on action to improve the lives of women in NSW. It does this by developing policy and working with other government agencies, businesses and the community on projects that benefit women.
Women NSW has developed a range of strategies to encourage women and girls to undertake training in male-dominated trade areas such as automotive, engineering, construction and electro-technology, and to maintain employment as a tradesperson into the future.
For more information please visit http://www.women.nsw.gov.au/