The Wide Bay Institute of TAFE (WBIT) confirmed its reputation for meeting the ever-changing demands of education by receiving the Chameleon Award at the Inservice Awards Ceremony held in Brisbane recently.
The Awards recognise and reward individuals and organisations within the Videolinq TAFE Queensland network who strive for best practice and excellence in service delivery.
The prestigious Chameleon Award was sponsored by Videolinq and acknowledges WBIT's commitment to meeting Queensland's varied training delivery needs in remote locations and enhancing services by using video technology.
WBIT was successful in this highly-contested category by meeting a number of predefined benchmarks and demonstrating a willingness to develop systems that make use of video streaming services in the provision of its courses.
WBIT Director, Ana Rodger, said she was extremely proud of the Institute and the contributions that staff members had made towards achieving the result.
aThis is another exciting win for our institute and the region,a Ms Rodger said. …