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Chloe Rudd wins apprenticeship award

Tuesday, 20 February 2018
By Print21

Rotary Club of Berri announces Print DNA’s Chloe Rudd as 2017 Riverland and Mallee Vocational Award winner

Print DNA’s Chloe Rudd has won yet another apprenticeship award and been announced as the Riverland and Mallee Vocational Award recipient for 2017.

The young South Australian, who won last year’s Visual Connections LIA national scholarship worth $15,000, was among 17 finalists from a range of industry trades supported by the Rotary Club of Berri.

Celebrating its 35th year as one of the largest vocational awards celebrated in regional Australia, 200 guests attended the awards, including South Australia’s LIA President, Gordon Wilson.

“Chloe is an outstanding young apprentice taking her role to new heights,” said Wilson.

“Chloe will now progress to the South Australian Apprentice of the Year award later this year, and if past history is anything to go by, she should do very well. We are all incredibly proud of her achievements.”

 

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