TIV GRANTED STATE GOVERNMENT EXEMPTION
29 March 2017, by , in Uncategorized

The Trade Institute of Victoria has received a formal exemption from the Victorian State Government regarding its Certificate III in Carpentry program.

 

This is a ‘unique arrangement’ between TIV and the State Government following the removal of Carpentry from the Victorian Training Guarantee Funded Courses List for 2017.

 

TIV is proud of the Certificate III in Carpentry program it delivers, particularly with regards to student completion rates and employment outcomes.

 

The course is run by exceptional trainers with a wealth of knowledge, industry experience and highly qualified support staff.

 

This announcement further reinforces TIV’s credibility and reputation in the education and training sector of the building and construction industry.

 

TIV would like to thank the State Government of Victoria for the opportunity to deliver such an important training program to its students, and looks forward to an exciting year in 2017.

 

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TIV GRANTED STATE GOVERNMENT EXEMPTION

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Aaron Lord is an experienced writer whose passion lies in sport and travel. After completing a Journalism degree, he gained experience writing speeches, political briefs and Parliamentary questions as the Senior Adviser for two Victorian Sports Ministers. He also lived in Paris where he was the Sports Attaché at the Australian Embassy, writing stories about Australian athletes competing in professional sports events all throughout France such as the Tour de France, Monaco F1 Grand Prix, French Tennis Open, World Rugby Cup, and the Vendee Globe. Locally, his focus has been AFL Football, writing for Inside Football and The Geelong Advertiser previously, and being involved as an expert commentator on ABC Radio for the last decade. Lord played 150 games and kicked 184 goals during his AFL career with Geelong and Hawthorn and retired from professional football in 2003. He still follows the AFL closely, and enjoys all sport, travel, music, reading and spending time with his daughter.