The South Australian Training Awards are a chance for the community to learn more about the great work being undertaken by our training organisations, the fabulously talented and committed students that undertake Vocational Education and Training (VET), and the employers who are committed to their workforce learning and growing.
In 2022, there are 11 awards presented at the SATA Celebration event - six for individuals and five for organisations - as well as the Voters’ Choice Award, presented to the public’s favourite individual finalist.
A further spotlight will be put on the South Australian training sector when we host the Australian Training Awards later in 2022.
Congratulations to this year's finalists across all 11 categories.
Get to know each of the finalists by reading their bios and don’t forget to vote for your favourite finalist in the Voters' Choice Award.
Each year, an online voting process is undertaken to nominate the public’s favourite individual finalist, with the winner presented with the Voters’ Choice Award.
|7 March 2022||Applications open|
|13 April 2022||Information sessions for Individual and Organisation award categories|
|15 May 2022||Applications close at 9pm ACST|
|May - July 2022||Judging will take place|
|25 August 2022||2022 South Australian Training Awards Recognition event|
|18 November 2022||Australian Training Awards presentation event (Adelaide)|
The biggest advocates for the South Australian Training awards are our previous winners.
View past winners, read about their experiences and take inspiration from their achievements.
MEGT is a not-for-profit organisation which has been supporting employers, apprentices, trainees, job seekers and students for almost 40 years.
Mas is committed to delivering better workplace solutions for individuals and businesses through Apprenticeships and other Workforce participation programs across all industries.
The South Australian Training Awards wouldn't be possible without each of our supporting partners and sponsors.
The Australian Training Awards are the peak national awards that showcase best practice in Vocational Education and Training.
Winners from each state and territory (in aligned categories) have the opportunity to compete for a national award title. The Australian Training Awards also have a number of awards that are available by direct entry.