Friday, 1 September 2017 - Presentation dinner at Wrest Point Conference Centre.
Thursday, 23 November 2017 - Australian Training Awards dinner, Canberra.
The Tasmanian Training Awards are conducted annually by Skills Tasmania, Department of State Growth. The Department is committed to the development of a high quality, efficient system of vocational education and training and workforce development. The commitment represents a major contribution to the development of competitive advantage for Tasmanian industry.
The Awards recognise the achievements of apprentices, trainees and vocational students who strive for the highest standards of knowledge and skills within their industry. They also recognise industry, employers, small businesses and training organisations dedicated to providing high quality training and improving the skills of the workforce in this State. The Awards offer finalists the chance to gain personal satisfaction and the prestige of being part of an elite group who unequivocally represent the State’s best in vocational education and training.
Winners from the Tasmanian Training Awards (in aligned categories*) have the opportunity to compete with other states and territories to be named the best in Australia at the Australian Training Awards which will be held this year the in Canberra, in November.
The Tasmanian Training Awards Gala Presentation Dinner is held annually to celebrate excellence in vocational education and training (VET) and workforce development.
Over 500 guests attend the dinner each year including government ministers, sponsors, prominent business and community leaders, finalists, their families and friends and representatives of the state’s VET sector.
Date: Friday, 1 September 2017
Time: 6:30pm for 7:00pm start
Venue: Tasman Room, Wrest Point Convention Centre 410 Sandy Bay Road, Hobart
Dress: Semi-formal – Lounge suit/cocktail
Cost: $115 per ticket including GST Three course meal, drinks, entertainment and souvenir programme.
Wrest Point Hotel has offered special accommodation rates if you or your guests wish to stay in Hobart overnight.
Australian Training Awards – interviews with Tasmania’s 2016 finalists
Hear what Tasmanian Training Award winners have to say about being finalists in the Australian Training Awards!
* There are no national equivalents to the VET in Schools Student of the Year Award or Equity Awards.
Skills Tasmania reserves the right to not present an award in any category for which it considers the standard of entries did not meet the requirements stated in the conditions of entry and selection criteria.
Australian Training Awards Direct Entry Categories
These are direct entry categories to the Australian Training Awards.