Wodonga TAFE - major role in AMFP 2015 success
Posted June 02, 2015
CATHY McGOWAN (Indi) (13:33): I rise today to acknowledge and say a warm thank you to you to all at Wodonga Institute of TAFE for the role they played in ensuring the success of the Australian manufacturing and food forum held on Friday 29 May. They put in a great effort in hosting the function and arranging the grounds, and coordinated enough chairs tables and marquees and signage for over 150 people who attended, and over 30 stalls and exhibitor sites.
A big thank you to Katie, the Events and Functions Co-ordinator: you did a terrific job. And thank you also to Tegan, Josh, Jack, Maddy, Chloe, Renee, Fenella, Monica, Bianca, Natalie, Connor, Elise, Kim, Candy and Jerome. And thank you also to all the hospitality and events students for looking after us at breakfast and lunch. You did a terrific job.
Teachers also helped to bring the event together, including Katie Trebley, Brett White, Bruce Simpson and Nikki Macintosh. I would also like to acknowledge Wodonga TAFE's Department of Land, Built Environment and Sustainability—the director, Mr David Foote, Duane Hicks, Phil Lowe, Adam Strang, Chris Cheater and Don Terry. Thank you very much for your fantastic attitude and your great work.
Wodonga Institute of TAFE delivers over 2.5 million student contact hours of training every year to my community in Indi, from certificate I right through to advanced diploma, including specialist training centres, the National Industrial Skills Training Centre and Motorsports Training Australia. To the chair of the board, Ulf Ericson, and the CEO, Mark Dixon: well done and thank you. (Time expired)