Gladstone student excels in training

FINALIST: Tanya Allan, left, of TAFE SA who is one of Phoebe Brice's lecturers, Phoebe; Annette Campbell who has mentored Phoebe at the Laura and District Hospital, and Trade Schools for the Future's Harry Moate at the awards.

FINALIST: Tanya Allan, left, of TAFE SA who is one of Phoebe Brice's lecturers, Phoebe; Annette Campbell who has mentored Phoebe at the Laura and District Hospital, and Trade Schools for the Future's Harry Moate at the awards.

Gladstone High School’s Phoebe Brice was recognised as a finalist at the South Australian Training Awards in Adelaide.

She was a contender for honours in the School-based Apprentice of the Year individual award category.

Phoebe is using her school-based apprenticeship in Certificate 3 Individual Client Support (Aged Care) as a stepping stone to more studies.

She plans to pursue a medical career.

The overall winner of this section was Max Miegel, of Urbrae Agricultural High School. The training awards are the peak state recognition for Vocational Education and Training, honouring quality, innovation and excellence.

The awards are hosted by the Training and Skills Commission.

The program acknowledges individuals and organisations at the forefront of training.

Individuals have the opportunity to be recognised for their potential while boosting their profiles and building their careers. 

Organisations are rewarded for their innovative approaches.

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