Over the weekend the winners for the 2019 South Australian Training Awards were announced including two winners from the Eyre Peninsula.
17-year-old Sophie Nuske from Sheringa and Cleve area school student was nominated for the School-Based Apprentice of the year award and was able to proudly take the award home as a winner.
Hosted by the state’s Training and Skills Commission, the SA Training Awards celebrate where a skilled career can take those throughout all industries.
Training and Skills Commission Chair Michael Boyce OAM said the standard of entries demonstrated exceptional quality across the scope of the vocational education and training sector.
“These awards acknowledge and reward both individuals and organisations that have demonstrated exceptional results and achievements,” Mr. Boyce OAM said.
“Individuals are recognised for their potential and it gives them a competitive edge in their careers; while organisations can use the award as a marketing tool, highlighting quality and innovative approaches to training.
Other award winners also included a Whyalla school, Edward John Eyre High School who won the VET Innovation Award for Schools.
Minister for Innovation and Skills David Pisoni congratulated all award winners on their outstanding achievements in vocational education and training.