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VACC apprentice motor mechanic Finn Hussey (pictured) was presented with the “True Encouragement” scholarship award for his studies at Box Hill Institute.  

The 2019 Chisholm Education Awards was recently conducted at a gala dinner event at Bunjil Place, Narre Warren on Wednesday evening the 19 June.

 Over 500 competitors in 60 different trades and industries recently competed in the 2018 WorldSkills Australia national finals, all striving for gold, silver or bronze medals.

Amid the loud noise of firecrackers, drums, cymbals and confetti cannons, VACC apprentice Michael Ho has to maintain his focus and concentration on routine, movement and fluency

On Friday 27 October 2017, in a gruelling six hour competition at Chisholm Institute’s Dandenong campus, VACC apprentice Matt De Groot competed in the Melbourne East regional automotive mechanics category in the WorldSkills competition.

Leukodystrophy are a group of rare diseases that affect the cells of the brain. Specifically, the diseases affect the myelin sheath, the material that surrounds and protects nerve cells. Damage to this sheath slows down or blocks messages between the brain and the rest of the body. This leads to problems with movement, speaking, vision and hearing.

The 2016 VCAL Achievement Awards ceremony that was held at Deakin Edge at Federation Square on Friday 26 May 2017 has recognised VACC apprentice Brandon Mubaira as an award winner.

Fourth year VACC apprentice motor mechanic, Dane Rhind who currently works at Knox Mitsubishi has recently been awarded as the Employee of the Year at the company’s Christmas celebrations. 

The debate around tertiary education versus practical on-the-job experience is an ever-evolving one but it appears that blending studies with supportive on-site work experience gives students a great headstart. 

He’s a young man that the audience hears playing the tune but very few know who he is. For VACC apprentice Eddie Simpson shares the same attribute as former Beatle Paul McCartney – they are both left-handed guitarists.