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This is the inaugural Premier’s Teachers Mutual Bank Indigenous Education Scholarship and will support a teacher to further their understanding and knowledge of indigenous education. Six applications were received in total which included four from government schools and two from TAFE NSW Institutes.
The wining recipient of the Premier’s Teachers Mutual Bank New and Emerging Technologies Scholarship is Renee McBride, Gosford Campus – TAFE NSW, Hunter & Central Coast (regional).
Renee’s project is Creative Innovation to meet the needs of Indigenous VET students. The focus of her study tour is on visiting schools, health service providers and TAFE campuses across Australia, in order to research effective, creative and culturally appropriate methods to engage Indigenous student while studying in a health or community services training package.
Renee will travel to various locations in NSW, the Northern Territory and Western Australia.
Pictured L to R: NSW Premier, Gladys Berejiklian; Renee McBride, scholarship recipient; Minister for Early Childhood, Minister for Aboriginal Affairs and Assistant Minister for Education, Sarah Mitchell; and Minister for Education, Rob Stokes.