The Victorian Training Awards celebrate the outstanding achievements of vocational education students, teachers, training providers and the businesses who train them across Victoria. Thank you to all those who have supported the awards so far and best wishes to all the nominees! The winners will be announced at the gala awards ceremony on Friday 24 August. Nominations and key dates Upcoming dates, tips for submitting a nomination in 2019. Award categories Eligibility and criteria, benefits of nominating in the awards Partnership opportunities Demonstrate a commitment to training and build your brand awareness by partnering with the awards Promotional materials Videos and social media assets to promote the VTAs Winners and finalists Previous year winners, finalists and Victorian ambassadors Where are they now? Find out how previous VTA award winners have progressed in persuing their goals Australian Training Awards The peak national awards for the vocational education and training sector Contact The Victorian Training Awards program team can be contacted via phone: 1800 290 657 or email: email@example.com News from the Victorian Training Awards VTA finalist Linda thrives in the horticulture industryA career change from the office to the garden opened up plenty of professional opportunities for TAFE graduate Linda Day.2017 Victorian Training Awards Koorie Student of the YearKoorie grandmother Tracy Mollison embraced vocational education and training, and won 2017 Victorian Training Award’s Koorie Student of the Year.Australian Training Awards 2017A Year 12 business administration student from Mildura and a young enterprising farmer from Wimmera are among Victoria’s winners at the Australian Training Awards. 2017 Victorian Training Awards WinnersVictoria’s outstanding vocational education and training students, teachers, and businesses were celebrated at the 2017 Victorian Training Awards.Finalists 2017 Victorian Training AwardsFinalists for the 2017 Victorian Training Awards have been announced. Grace Jamieson, former law student and now TAFE graduate and specialist mechanic, is among them.