Welcome to the NSW Training Awards
2016 NSW Training Awards Winners!
Meet the winners of the 2016 NSW Training Awards.
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 2016 NSW Training Awards and be a part of our celebration in September.
Bert Evans, Patron NSW Training Awards ... read more
New Alliance Partner Announced – Training Services NSW welcomes the NRL!
The National Rugby League is a leading Australian sporting body focussed on delivering work, wellbeing and educational programs and services to over 4000 players and 2000 staff.
Exposing, engaging, inducting, strengthening and preparing their players and staff to the opportunities available to them outside of football through reputable and recognised state based providers and networks is key to the continued success and growth of many of our programs.
The NRL developed CAREERWISE, an award winning program based on best practice in career development, which acts as a support for every age and stage of rugby league player to make well-informed choices about their future careers and a balanced approach to life off the field.
Congratulations to all the Organisation Finalists for 2016!
To view a list of our organisation finalists, please visit our NSW State Finalists page.
All the best for every outstanding individual attending their regional awards for 2016!
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Applications for the 2016 NSW Training Awards are now closed!
TAFE NSW continues to support and sponsor the 2016 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 2016 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 www.women.nsw.gov.au