Cer­e­mony hon­ours grads

SW TAFE awards next gen­er­a­tion

The Western Star - - NEWS - Alexia Austin Alexia.Austin@west­ern­starnews.com

THE ded­i­ca­tion and hard work of a num­ber of res­i­dents has been ac­knowl­edged at a cer­e­mony held by TAFE Queens­land in Roma on Wed­nes­day.

Twenty stu­dents were awarded for com­ple­tion or near com­ple­tion of their Cer­tifi­cate and Diploma qual­i­fi­ca­tions across sev­eral ar­eas in­clud­ing con­struc­tion, car­pen­try, early child­hood ed­u­ca­tion and care, ru­ral op­er­a­tions, in­di­vid­ual sup­port, and train­ing and as­sess­ment.

They will now en­ter the com­mu­nity armed with their new found knowl­edge, pro­vid­ing ser­vices to the wider re­gion.

TAFE Queens­land, South West Re­gion’s Ex­ec­u­tive Direc­tor of Stud­ies, Jenni But­ler wel­comed the stu­dents and their fam­i­lies and con­grat­u­lated the grad­u­ates for their achieve­ments.

“It’s fan­tas­tic to see so many of you here. Your hard work has paid off and we’re sure that this will only help you suc­ceed in your cho­sen fields in the fu­ture,” said Mrs But­ler.

Coun­cil­lor Tyson Golder, Mayor of Mara­noa Re­gional Coun­cil, along with Jenni But­ler pre­sented cer­tifi­cates to the stu­dents.

Camille John­son, CEO of Golden West Em­ploy­ment Ser­vices spoke to the grad­u­ates about the im­por­tance of recog­nis­ing and mak­ing the most of the op­por­tu­ni­ties that arise in their ca­reers.

Fol­low­ing the cer­e­mony, stu­dents and their fam­i­lies cel­e­brated with treats hand baked by the tal­ented hos­pi­tal­ity stu­dents and their teacher, in­clud­ing a cro­quem­bouche grad­u­a­tion cake bro­ken by Diploma of Early Child­hood Ed­u­ca­tion grad­u­ate, Amy-Jane God­sell.


STEP­PING UP: Grad­u­ates from TAFE Queens­land’s Roma Cam­pus cel­e­brate their achieve­ments.

Mayor Tyson Golder with Ben­nett Lad­brook, and Jenni But­ler. ]

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