NSW Training Awards 2022 Be recognised
On Friday, 16th September 2022, College representatives Alison Heagney, Vicki Zammit, Ted Nabung and President Judy Campbell attended the NSW State Training Awards held at the historic Town Hall in Sydney. The College was nominated earlier in the year in the Large Training Provider of the Year category and was honoured to become one of three finalists in the category.
The Annual NSW Training Awards is the premier talent and skills celebration in NSW. Hosted by the Department of Education, the NSW Training Awards recognise and reward excellence, diversity, talent and skills in vocational education and training (VET).
Over 1200 entries are received each year, and a host of NSW’s most influential business, government and community leaders attend. The State Training Awards are held in September in Sydney and are preceded by nine regional awards events. The Large Training Provider of the Year Award recognises a Registered Training Organisation that offers a broad range of training products and services and demonstrates excellence and high level performance in all aspects of vocational education and training.
Executive Officer Alison Heagney is proud of the efforts of all involved with the College stating:
Isn’t it amazing that our College, based in Barraba, can be showcased at such a high level? It goes to show that giving real, authentic help to our communities pays off. It is a testament to the grit and determination of our College staff in getting the job done. We congratulate the other finalist Essential Skills Training & Recruitment, and winner of the Large Training Provider of the Year, ECTARC Early Childhood Education Services and Training.
Minister for Skills and Training Alister Henskens congratulated all the award winners for making their mark in their respective categories, showcasing the many opportunities and pathways vocational education and training can offer people from all walks of life.
The architectural beauty of Sydney Town Hall was a stunning backdrop to the 2022 NSW Training Awards, captured here by President Judy Campbell.
From left: Vicki Zammit, Alison Heagney, Ted Nabung and Judy Campbell (not shown) attend the 2022 NSW Training Awards in Sydney.