Lakes Ecoskill training program wins award

At the Adult Learners Week Dinner the Milang Old School House Community Centre received the Award for  Learning Program of the Year 2010  for the Lakes Ecoskill Network, a Conservation and Land Management Training Program.  A Certificate, crystal award, $1000 cheque and $125 training voucher were presented to Karyn Bradford, Coordinator of MOSHCC, Carole Richardson Goolwa to Wellington LAP project officer and trainer and Jo McPhee course participant.  Congratulations to all involved and particular thanks to Shirley Smith, project manager and Deb Walkley from TAFE SA who have developed such an innovative program.

For more information on the training program click on the following link

The Lakes Eco Skills Network

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