Fun park visit serious business for students
TOURISM and hospitality students from Belmont City College were given a behindthe-scenes look at Adventure World during a visit last month.
Despite being the park’s off-season, there is still plenty to plan and prepare.
During the visit, students were given formal briefings, saw back-of-house operations, physical observations of safe work practices and heard about Adventure World’s positioning in WA’s tourism industry.
Students Graciella Fabian, Precious Camarillas, Matt Lennon and Brian Kurgat during the visit to Adventure
World. TWO local companies have won prizes at the recent WA Training Awards.
Belmont-based DNA Kingston Training was named WA International Training Provider of the Year and Crown Perth was named WA Employer of the Year.
Department of Training and Workforce Development director-general Ruth Shean congratulated the companies.
DNA Kingston Training is a specialist dental auxiliary training provider, offering courses from certificate II to advanced diploma level.
Crown Perth provides customised training to apprentices and trainees in a range of areas. LOCAL group the Baby Boomers are inviting the community to attend their Spring Dance at the Cannington Bowling Club this weekend.
The dance, held each quarter, will have a big band and plenty of entertainment for those wanting to donate to Samaritans WA.
The dance aims to boost the spirits after recent gloomy weather and welcome in spring in style.
To book a table, call the Belmont RSL tomorrow between 8pm and 11pm on 9478 2329.