Congratulations to our Certificate III in Jewellery Manufacture - Apprentice students, who blitzed the field in the Worldskills Melbourne East Regional competition.
Melbourne Polytechnic's Jewellery students have a solid track record in the Worldskills competition, and one of our former winners, Jyothi Forman, is now a judge.
In the recent Regional competition, our students scored Gold, Silver and Bronze:
Gold medal – Leah Staughair (3rd year apprentice)
Silver medal – Ryan Kitchen (2nd yr apprentice)
Bronze medal - Michael Kilner (3rd year apprentice)
Congratulations to our winners - we'll be cheering you on for the National stage of the competition!
Main photo: Leah Staughair, Gold Medal winner
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Melbourne Polytechnic operates across seven campuses and five specialist training centres throughout Melbourne. The institute delivers high quality vocational and higher education in industry-standard facilities.
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