We’re proud to be nominated among Australia’s top training providers!
As a national training provider, we’re proud to provide high-quality industry training. Now our commitment to industry training is being recognised with a nomination in the 2020 Victorian Training Awards. The National Food Institute has been officially announced as a finalist in the category for Inclusive Training Provider of the Year.
The Inclusive Training Provider of the Year category recognises exceptional training providers within the Victorian Government’s vocational education and training sector. The VTA has this to say about the nomination, “Nominees in this category have demonstrated outstanding improvements with regard to the achievement, engagement, and well-being of students with a disability. Demonstrating excellence in implementing innovation and change for students with a disability or additional need; creating an impact throughout their organisation, system and community.” We are delighted to receive this recognition and will continue to create new and innovative programs that will enrich the lives of our students and their communities.
Now in its 66th year, The Victorian Training Awards continue to foster connections within the Victorian training industry. Every year the awards recognise the hard work and achievements of students, teachers, training providers, employers, and industry representatives. It’s the collaboration of all these parties that helps make the high-quality training systems and courses what they are today in Victoria.
When the achievements of training providers are recognised, it inspires everyone in the industry to do more. Recognition also inspires a bit of healthy competition along the way.. If you would like to see a full list of all the 2020 awards and nominations, simply head to the finalists announcement page to find more incredible nominees.
Like many other prestigious award ceremonies this year, the Victorian Training Awards is going virtual. The event will be televised on Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter channels instead of the physical gala event we’re used to seeing. So if you want to tune in, simply follow one of these social channels. During October, followers will be able to watch highlight videos showcasing the unique stories of all the finalists and how they came to be nominated in 2020.
Here at National Food Institute we’d like to congratulate all of this year’s finalists. Once again we’d like to thank all our dedicated staff and industry training partners for the hard work and achievements they made in the last year. We look forward to learning more about this year’s nominees and hope you’ll join us in wishing all of them the best of luck!