Careers

Recognising commitment and hard work

At Trinity we recognise and celebrate our students’ successes in many ways. Occasionally, students’ hard work and dedication is also recognised by people outside of our School.

This is the case for Daniel Soldatos (12Hi), who has been nominated for an award recognising his achievements as a School Based Trainee (SBT) over the past two years (Daniel is undertaking the VET Electrotechnology course as part of his HSC). Last Monday Daniel attended an interview for this award and has been advised that he is a finalist for a Regional SBT Award.

In the letter that his employer sent to support Daniel’s nomination, he said:

“Daniel has shown a great commitment to the company over this past turbulent year, throughout the ongoing challenges that COVID presented to the company. We could always rely on Daniel getting to work on time and putting in 100% for the team asking great questions along the way. It is great to see a young man like Daniel, willing to make the sacrifice of working through the school holidays to learn new skills.” Jackson Larkin, Larkin Electrical Contracting

As well, Isaac Soldatos (Year 12, 2020) was nominated by his employer for a Trainee of the Year Award.

As part of the NSW Department of Education, Training Services NSW co-ordinates these Awards, seeking state-wide nominations across a range of vocational programmes. To be nominated in itself is wonderful recognition of effort and dedication. Congratulations to both Daniel and Isaac.

Daniel at work in a customer’s lounge room, installing a new light fitting.

Susan Draysey | Careers and Student Pathways Advisor 


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