More than 60 students were recognised for their efforts at the inaugural prize presentation held at the Charles Darwin University’s Palmerston campus recently.
Standout students from Tourism, Hospitality, Sport and Recreation, Cookery, Bakery, Hairdressing, Beauty Therapy, Retail, Business, Finance, Training and Assessment, IT and Library Studies were joined by friends and family at the campus’s Karawa Training Restaurant.
Prizes were awarded by the Chief Executive Officer of the Northern Territory Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Chris Young.
Business and Service Industries Administrative leader, Judy Goodwin said around 100 people attended.
"These events are a great opportunity for us to thank students for their efforts and the wider community for their valued sponsorship," she said.
The Business and Service Industries Division thanks all its valued sponsors for their continued support: Jaycar, Leading Edge, NT Library, Palmerston Library, The Fred Hollows Foundation, Arafura Catering Equipment, Kerry Pinnacle, Moffat, Victorinox Oppenheimer, HOLCO, Bidvest, the Australian Culinary Federation NT Chapter, OSHC Worldcare, Simon George and Sons, Costless Hair and Beauty, the Hairdressing Association of the NT, Dermalogica, Lycon, Constellation Brands, Powerpit, YMCA Palmerston, Rural Results, Fitness Bay, Sue’s Personal Training, Time Out, Fernwood, Fitness Works, CDU Sport, Industrial Relations Society of the NT, National Tertiary Education Union, Pearson Education, Australian Education Union, CPA Australia, CCH Australia, Julia Ross Employment, Graham and Giovanna Webb, and Directors Crocodylus Park.