Cunderdin college wins VET award

27 Nov, 2009 01:00 AM

CUNDERDIN College of Agriculture has once again won the prestigious Vocational Education and Training (VET) Institution award in Australia at the Australian training awards held in Canberra.

The college originally won the award back in 2006 and is still the only WA school to have won the award and the only school in Australia to have won the award twice.

College principal Bernard Beatty was ecstatic that his school had won the VET award for a second time.

"Most secondary schools in Australia have a VET program for students, so to win this award against so many schools across the country, and against some really tough competition, is something we are extremely proud of," Mr Beatty said.

He said the award vindicated the work of the teachers and trainers at the school, who were dedicated to providing best practice training programs to Year 11 and Year 12 students.

"Our award winning students are also testament to the quality programs and training opportunities on campus, and with a waiting list for enrolments, we are very proud of what is on offer at the College," Mr Beatty said.


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