TAFE Queensland has been named the Large Training Provider of the Year at the prestigious 2023 Australian Training Awards
It’s no small feat to be recognised as the best vocational education and training (VET) provider in the country, but TAFE Queensland has done just that. TAFE Queensland Chief Executive Officer John Tucker said the Australian Training Award win was a significant achievement.
“It showcases TAFE Queensland’s commitment to training excellence and capability to constantly provide industry with job-ready graduates who are confident, capable, and who have the hands-on skills employers need,” Mr Tucker said. “TAFE Queensland strives to be innovative, progressive and authentic by offering modern learning experiences and focusing on continuous improvement to provide exceptional outcomes to over 126,000 students per year.”
Education is a transformative force and TAFE Queensland is committed to providing outstanding VET opportunities. Put simply, TAFE Queensland’s training changes people’s lives and helps students from far and wide achieve their training and career goals.
TAFE Queensland-trained students Jessica Addo and Kyezaya Namai-Sabatino also collected trophies at the 2023 Australian Training Awards.
Jessica, from Cairns, was named the Vocational Student of the Year, recognised for her dedication to providing positive learning environments for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children.
Congratulations to TAFE Queensland on this well-deserved achievement and for your dedication to shaping the future of vocational education in Australia.