Sponsors

Principal partner

The Apprenticeship Employment Network (AEN) and the Global Apprenticeship Network – (GAN Australia) are proud to be the principal partner of the Victorian Training awards for the next three years.

Our Association has had a long partnership with the Victorian Government and these training awards. Over the past 30 years, our members have employed and supported over 180,000 apprentices and trainees in a wide range of industries across regional and metropolitan Victoria – outcomes that could not be achieved without a strong VET system.

The Victorian Training Awards, now in their 65th year recognise and honour outstanding achievements and contributions to the Victorian training, apprenticeship and TAFE system.

The Awards foster greater connections and collaboration, bringing together students, teachers, training providers, employers and industry, sharing and promoting a high quality training system that meets the needs of all Victorians.

Congratulations to all the award nominees and finalists.

We look forward to sharing and promoting your achievements so more young people, parents, schools and employers can see the real value in gaining vocational skills for a career in a world that is constantly evolving.

Your passion, hard work and success is a shining example of just how far vocational training can take you.

Major sponsors

VET Development Centre

Proud supporter of the Teacher/Trainer of the Year Award

The VET Development Centre (VDC) specialises in providing professional learning for the Australian VET workforce, with a particular focus on trainers and educators. The VDC designs and delivers over 300 Professional Development events a year in the form of webinars, workshops, and seminars as well as customised training consultancy for training providers. The VDC is based in the heart of the Melbourne CBD with newly fitted training facilities that are also available for hire to external clients.

Adult, Community and Further Education Board

Proud supporter of the Community Training Provider of the Year Award

Boost confidence.Transition to further training. Get a job.

The Adult, Community and Further Education Board, via the Victorian Government, funds over 270 Learn Locals across Victoria, helping people get the training they need to get a job.

Learn Locals are not-for-profit community organisations that deliver pre-accredited training and other programs aimed at improving literacy, numeracy and employability skills as a first step to accessing job or further education opportunities.

Nearly 28,000 Victorians a year undertake pre-accredited training at a Learn Local in their community, taking positive steps to improve their future educational achievements, employment status, and economic and social wellbeing.

Find out more about the Learn Local and the Adult, Community and Further Education Board.