Kangan Institute's Trade and Employment Day was held on Monday 15th April at Broadmeadows campus and once again saw some great results with more than 90 pre-apprentices signing on with our employment centre and GTOs at the event. The day kicked off to a great start with Kangan Institute's Indigenous Education Centre (IEC) teacher Arnel Davis delivering the traditional welcome. The IEC band, under the guidance of music teacher Michael Burke, put on a series of fantastic performances and the Student Recreation team was present with a delicious lunch treat for attending students. The White Ribbon campaign was also in full swing at the event with a catchy slogan 'Don't be a tool! When it comes to violence don't sit in silence' that resonated throughout the day. Over $200 was raised on the day, which is a great sign of the strength of the message. Thanks to the generous support of the various partners in attendance, around $5000 worth of door prizes were given away to students on the day. This year we also saw a number of new companies attending as stall holders for the first time - an exciting trend we hope to continue. Thanks to our teaching departments, staff, sponsors and supporters who put together a great event!