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Success once again for our Trade and Employment Day

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!

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