Jnaallii, a student in Melbourne Polytechnic's Diploma of Business, won Victorian Koorie Student of the Year. Shane Lawtey, Team Leader, Student Life and Media (SLAM), received the Victorian VET Client Services/ Support Excellence Award.
Minister for Training and Skills, Steve Herbert, said “I congratulate all winners, and finalists, on their achievements. They are the brightest and best from across our TAFE and training sector.”
“Each of the winners demonstrates how quality training is supporting people from across our state to develop the skills they need for the job they want.”
Congratulations also to our other nominees for being shortlisted: Tim Gilbert, for his extraordinary efforts and skills in supporting and growing our International Program, Effie Borgias for her commitment as a teacher in the English as an Additional Language program, and Jack Whitty as Victorian Trainee of the Year in Arboriculture.
Read more about Jnaallii Penrith's inspiring story on the Department of Education and Training's website.
Media enquiries should be directed to Melbourne Polytechnic Communications Officer, Anita Coia, on 03 9269 1251 or ua.ud1548265039e.cin1548265039hcety1548265039lopen1548265039ruobl1548265039em@sn1548265039oitac1548265039inumm1548265039oC1548265039
Melbourne Polytechnic (formerly NMIT) operates across six campuses and five specialist training centres throughout Melbourne. The institute delivers high quality vocational education in industry-standard facilities.
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