2020 NT Training Awards winners and runners-up

Congratulations to the 2020 NT Training Awards winners and runners-up.

Individual categories

Austin Asche Apprentice of the Year

Winner: Andrew Creber

Runner-up: Shannon Veltman

Sponsored by:

ISACNT - Industry Skills Advisory Council NT

Trainee of the Year

Winner: Jaylie Maddaford

Runner-up: Sandra Curley

Sponsored by:

NEC

Vocational Student of the Year

Winner: Darren Braun

Runner-up: Zoe White

Sponsored by:

Hot 100Mix 104.9

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Student of the Year

Winner: Dale Dhamarrandji

Runner-up: Luke Roberts

Sponsored by:

Hastings Deering

School-based Apprentice or Trainee of the Year

Winner: Katlyn Craig

Runner-up: Brooke McKenna

Sponsored by:

GTNT - Creating Territory futures through apprenticeships

VET in Schools Student of the Year

Winner: Sophie Reid

Runner-up: Declan Spethman

Sponsored by:

McArthur River Mining - a Glencore company

VET Teacher / Trainer of the Year

Winner: Brendan Flynn

Runner-up: Kevin Gawada

Sponsored by:

Inpex Ichthys Project

Organisational categories

Small Training Provider of the Year

Winner: Karen Sheldon Training

Runner-up: Taminmin College

Sponsored by:

7 Darwin 7 Central

Industry Collaboration Award

Winner: Batchelor Institute of Indigenous Tertiary Education and Australian Defence Force

Runner-up: Bachelor Institute of Indigenous Tertiary Education and Palmerston Children and Family Centre

Sponsored by:

ISACNT - Industry Skills Advisory Council NT

Small Employer of the Year

Winner: Berry Springs Mechanical

Runner-up: Golden Nails and Beauty Palmerston

Sponsored by:

NT News

Medium Employer of the Year

Winner: Hastings Deering (Australia) Ltd

Runner-up: NEC Australia Pty Ltd

Large Employer of the Year

Winner: Department of Local Government, Housing and Community Development

Last updated: 20 September 2020

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