Event Date: August 25th, 2017
Please join us to celebrate and highlight the talent, skills, career pathways and value of apprentices and trainees in Australia at the annual St Patrick’s Technical College National Skills Week Business Lunch.
The event features presentations from three special guests focusing on the importance of practical and vocational learning for the social and economic prosperity of northern Adelaide.
Perceptions are not reality: myths, realities and the critical role of vocational education & training in Australia
presented by Nicholas Wyman
CEO, Skilling Australia Foundation
Australian Technical College – Northern Adelaide: 10 years on
presented by Senator David Fawcett
Chair, Joint Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs, Defence & Trade
presented by Jack Donaldson (StPatsTech Class of 2010)
2016 South Australian Apprentice of the Year
Your two-course lunch at the Playford Civic Centre will be prepared with the assistance of the College’s current Year 11 and 12 student-chefs, including 2017 School-based Apprentice of the Year finalist, Madison ter Bogt, from FINO Seppeltsfield.
Your ticket includes a selection of Coopers beers, Tenafeate Creek wines and soft drinks plus a great opportunity to network with industry colleagues, College staff and representatives from local, state and federal government and agencies.
National Skills Week is supported by the Australian Government Department of Education and Training.
We look forward to having you join us.
To purchase tickets, click here.