Tassie Trainees Nominated in Training Awards
The 2020 Skills Tasmanian Training awards is a go, and we have 6 outstanding trainees who have been nominated.
The trainees are:
Trainee of the Year
Kaylea Miller – Coastal Residential Service (Cert III Business)
Tom Edwards – St Paul’s Catholic School (Cert III Sport & Rec)
Melanie Wise – Holy Rosary Catholic School (Cert III Sport & Rec)
School-Based Trainee of the Year
Sian Beeton (Indigenous) – Commonwealth Bank, Launceston (Cert II Business)
Lukas Burns (Indigenous) – ANZ, Burni (Cert II Business)
Natasha Tatnell – Gagebrook Primary School (Cert II Business)
The awards celebrate Tasmanian’s finest apprentices, trainees and vocational students as well as recognises the work and commitment by the teachers, training providers and employers to the economic and social development of the state.
Each year Tassie has a cohort of exceptional young people who come through the traineeship program and 2020 was no exception. Tassie’s State Manager, Tracey Parry, describes each trainee nominated as “dedicated, hardworking and passionate.”
“It is so important to celebrate our amazing trainees especially when they go above and beyond in their traineeship. It is also just as important to recognise the Vocational Education Sector and training system and the meaningful employment pathways it creates for young people,” she said.
The 2020 Skills Tasmanian Training awards ceremony will be held later this year and the finalists for the awards will be announced Friday, July 31st, 2020.
Best of luck to all our trainees nominated, and we will keep you updated on their progress.
To find out more about our traineeship program please click here.