People's Choice Awards 2020

Find out more about the NSW Training Awards Finalists and cast your vote!

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Read more about the People's Choice Awards Hunter Region Finalists

Madison Candy

Qualification: Certificate IV in Aeroskills (Mechanical)
Trained by: TAFE NSW
Employed by: Jetstar Airways Pty Ltd

“Aviation is in my blood. My dad is a pilot so I’ve been around planes well before I could spell my name. Much to dad's dismay, I never wanted to fly planes, just fix them!”


Vote for the People's Choice Apprentice of the Year

Raymond Steadman

Qualification: Diploma of Early Childhood Education and Care
Trained by: International Child Care College Pty Ltd
Employed by: Awabakal Preschool

“As an early childhood educator, I’m privileged to be able to make an impact on children’s lives by assisting each child to see their potential. I want them to have pride in their culture and ensure their voice is heard.”


Vote for the People's Choice Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Student of the Year

Did you miss the 2020 Hunter NSW Training Awards? Watch it here!


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2020 NSW Training Awards

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The NSW Training Awards is celebrating its 65th year. 2020 has been a testing year for most, it will not stop us in recognising excellence in Vocational Education and Training in our great state.

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The History and Aims of the HRATA Committee

The committee is the longest standing committee of its kind in NSW celebrating 69 years of operation in 2020. The committee operates as a conduit between industry and Government on all issues surrounding the VET sector.

The HRATA committee is made up of key stakeholders from within the vocational education and training arena, including but not limited to; Group Training Companies, Registered Training Organisations, Employers, Employer Associations, School to Work transition providers, Schools, State Training Services and the Department of Education and Training.

HRATA Committee Members

2020 Winners