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  • Six new ambassadors to join the program in 2022

    The expanded Educational Pathways Program will see 6 new ambassadors join the current cohort of NSW Training Awards Ambassadors to help promote vocational education and training.

  • 2021 - another challenging but successful year for the program

    With 2021 offering more challenges for the Educational Pathways Pilot Program team across our 24 original schools, everyone has flexed their delivery modes and stepped up, creating significant opportunities for our students and young people. Have a look at the top 10 moments from the year across all program initiatives.

  • All aboard with Chelsea Jones

    A former Miller Technology High School student is forging a career pathway in a most unlikely field.

  • Chelsea on a path to success

    Fiona McInnes didn’t take much convincing when her daughter, Chelsea, came home from school and said she wanted to do a school-based traineeship. With a handful of TAFE NSW qualifications to her name, Fiona understands the value of vocational education better than most. What Fiona didn’t realise was that Chelsea’s decision would set her on a path to winning the NSW Training Awards and beyond.

  • GTOs engage with students for upcoming ‘test and try’ courses

    Students in south-west Sydney and the North Coast of NSW have shown huge interest in taking on a pre-apprenticeship or pre-traineeship course through a Group Training Organisation (GTO), following a recent recruitment drive in both regions.

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