The Victorian Training Awards (VTA) offer entrants recognition for outstanding achievements, an increased profile and valuable networking opportunities.
Victorian winners will have the opportunity to be assessed and may be selected as one of three national finalists to be considered in their category for the Australian Training Awards (with the exception of the Victorian VET Client Service/Support Excellence Award, Victorian VET in Schools Excellence Award, the Victorian Employer Award for Apprentice Development and the Victorian Community Training Provider of the Year which are Victoria only categories).
Lynne Kosky Memorial Award for Lifetime Achievement
The 2016 Victorian Training Awards featured a new award, the Lynne Kosky Memorial Award, which recognises lifetime achievement in the promotion of educational excellence in VET in Victoria. The winner of the inaugural Lynne Kosky Memorial Award is
For further information see:
Lynne Kosky Memorial Award.
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Award winners - Individuals
Certificate III in Information, Digital Media & Technology
Swan Hill College
Certificate III in Tourism
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Certificate III in Carpentry|
Swinburne University of Technology
Certificate IV in Business
Sunraysia Institute of TAFE
Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing
The Gordon Institute of TAFE
Events and Tourism Teacher
Award winners - Organisations
Bendigo Senior Secondary College
The Bubble Student Advisory Team – Federation Training
RMIT, Master Builders Association & Metricon
Metricon Homes will represent Victoria at the national Australian Training Awards in November.
Master Builders Association of Victoria
Master Builders will represent Victoria at the national Australian Training Awards in November.
Box Hill Institute Group
Box Hill Institute Group will represent Victoria at the national Australian Training Awards in November.
Bubup Wilam for Early Learning Aboriginal Child and Family Centre
Bubup Wilam will represent Victoria at the national Australian Training Awards in November.
Metro Trains Melbourne
Metro Trains Melbourne will represent Victoria at the national Australian Training Awards in November
Kensington Neighbourhood House
Winners of individual awards each received a $10,000 fellowship and will represent Victoria at the 2016 Australian Training Awards in Darwin.
Winners of the Victorian Small Employer of the Year, Victorian Industry Collaboration Award, Victorian VET Client Service Excellence Award, VET in Schools Excellence Award, Victorian Employer Award for Apprentice Development and the Victorian Community Training Provider of the Year Award also receive prize money of $10,000 each for investment in their training programs.
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For enquiries, please contact Marianne Collopy on 9651 3019 or
Previous year winners
To see results from previous years, including finalists, see:
Past Award Winners.
The Victorian winners for the 2015 Australian Training Awards can be seen at:
Australian Training Awards Winners 2015