Spectra Training wins National Training Award

Monday, September 2nd

Spectra Training has now added the 2013 Industry Initiative Award to a long line of successes this year.

Spectra Training was awarded a national training award from the Australian Council for Private Education and Training (ACPET) at their national conference. The Industry Initiative award recognises Spectra Training’s innovative Dynamic Training System and pioneering work undertaken to develop training solutions for the printing industry.

Claire Field, CEO of ACPET said “At a time when the printing industry is going through unprecedented change, it is those companies committed to a training culture that will grow and thrive. The ACPET Awards for Excellence recognise Spectra Training as the best of the best for industry focussed training, across all industries. I congratulate Gary and the team at Spectra for their commitment to both the training and printing industries”.

“I am extremely proud of what our print training team has achieved over the past year. They have worked tirelessly. They have engaged with industry and worked extremely closely with our clients. They are modernising apprenticeship training for the printing industry” said Spectra Training’s CEO, Gary Cobbledick.

“Skills and training are vital to the nation’s economic productivity and it is great to see many training providers working in partnership with industry. For this particular reason, we are celebrating and showcasing the innovative contributions made by the private training sector in meeting industry’s workforce needs.” said Ms Field.

The ACPET Awards for Excellence were open to almost 1,000 tertiary institutions. The independent judging panels, which comprised 17 eminent representatives of private and public educational, government and industry organisations from across the country, were deeply impressed with the quality of applicants. “I congratulate all of the finalists and award winners, who represent the best of independent education and training provision across the tertiary sector”, said Ms Field.