“Donna excelled in and out of the classroom during her time studying in Orange and working as an apprentice at Tonic Restaurant in Millthorpe. She is well respected by her peers, is an exceptionally talented student and chef and a very deserving winner of our most prestigious award.”
The 2017 TAFE Western Aboriginal Elder of the Year is Aunty Esther Cutmore.
“The program has come a long way since we first delivered it to a group of 15 TAFE NSW Automotive apprentices in March last year."
“So if you finished school in 2016 and are looking for your next venture, would just like to improve your current skill set or want to explore a totally new and exciting career path, then come along - you never know what career you might find.”
“For school leavers, people considering a new career or those simply needing to brush up on their skills, there’s never been a better time to consider TAFE.”
TAFE Western’s most outstanding staff for 2016 were recognised at the organisation’s prestigious Institute Director’s Awards last night.
“Michael demonstrated all of these qualities and many more during his time studying at TAFE Western. He was a valued team member, was well respected by his peers and an exceptional student, so is a very deserving winner of our most prestigious award.”
“This masterclass helped provide a foundation for participants to grow their online and blended delivery strategies in new and innovative ways."
“We believe that we have gathered a group of truly inspirational Aboriginal speakers, the likes that have not been seen at an event like this in Dubbo before."
“There are no restrictions so people who have studied previously, or anyone looking for a rewarding career change or to upskill in this area would be ideal for this Certificate III qualification."