National Skills Week 2015
Launched on Monday 24 August at NSW Parliament House, the week recognises, celebrates and informs students and the wider public of the diversity, benefits and achievements associated with Vocational Education and Training.
On Monday 24 August 2015 with the help of Minister John Barilaro, Senator Simon Birmingham, SkillsOne CEO Brian Wexham and food and wine personality Lyndey Milan OAM along with SkillsOne Television launched National Skills Week 2015.
The evening featured musical performances by Australian Institute of Music with make up artistry by Sydney TAFE. Costume design and performances by Sydney TAFE. Event management, floristry and confectionery by Northern Sydney Institute - TAFE NSW. Décor and visual merchandising by Sydney TAFE. Thank you very much to all involved in making the evening such a wonderful success, showcasing and celebrating skills, trades and vocational education and training.
Thank you to Parliament House Sydney for hosting.
Photography by Sydney TAFE students Simone Fisher and Andrea Yeung.
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