Evocca students graduate

Graduating students from Evocca College Gosford

Graduating students from Evocca College Gosford

Approximately 250 students from Evocca College campuses within NSW, including 30 from the Gosford branch, received their diploma certificates in a graduation ceremony held on Wednesday, June 25, at the Riverside Theatre at Parramatta.

Students graduated with diplomas in business, IT and multimedia and community services. Branch manager Mr Phil Sallis said the students had achieved a great deal academically and personally in completing their diplomas. “Our graduating students have gained the knowledge and practical skills they will need to excel in their future careers,” said Mr Sallis.

“Of these graduates some have entered the workforce, some are continuing study with Evocca College and others have gone on to university studies. “Before studying at Evocca College, many of our students couldn’t imagine starting a diploma – let alone completing one. “These students set a goal at the start of the year to achieve a diploma and, by doing so, have created new horizons for themselves.

“The students study entirely at their own pace until they reach their goal, graduate and start the next chapter of their lives,” he said. The college is a nationally accredited registered training organisation (RTO) offering nationally recognised qualifications and has been approved by the Australian Government to offer VET FEE-HELP assistance to their students and was recently named VET provider of the year at the Australian Council for Private Education and training’s awards for excellence.

Media release, 27 Jun 2014
Sophie Holley,
Engine Group