ALA Winners 2016
In 2016, the Applied Learning Awards were coordinated by Youth Connect who now form part of the Whitelion Group. Whitelion is an organisation for youth at risk and has joined forces with Youth Connect this year to continue offering education and learning support to young people in the Bayside, Glen Eira and Kingston areas.
The Applied Learning Awards were collaboratively established in 2009 by Youth Connect and the BGK LLEN (Bayside Glen Eira Kingston Local Learning and Employment Network) as a mechanism for supporting and advancing applied learning in our local region.
To enable Whitelion to continue to offer these important awards in 2016 there were some changes made to the awards categories, nomination process and awards presentation.
Applied Learning assists students to develop vocational skills while completing secondary school. This includes the Victorian Certificate of Applied Learning (VCAL), Vocational Education and Training in Schools (VETiS) programs or School-Based Apprenticeships and Traineeships (SBATs).
The ALAs provide a point of recognition for student progress in any of the above programs. Teachers/trainers, coordinators, schools, education providers and employers are also recognised for their positive contribution to applied learning throughout the year.
As well as recognising outstanding achievements of students and the adults who support them, the ALAs aim to encourage future involvement in Applied Learning and uphold the importance of these programs in our community.
Congratulations to all Winners and Nominees Applied Learning Award Winners 2016
Thankyou for your support.
For more information follow this link:- Applied Learning Awards 2016
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