Prize draw winners

Client: Victorian Government’s Department of Education and Training

Don’t forget, the earlier you complete the survey, the more prize draws you are entered into and the more chances you have at winning!

Prize draw 1:

  • Major prize winner – E. Carr
  • Minor prize winners – D. Van Haaster and A. Utura

Prize draw 2:

  • Major prize winner - H. Corish
  • Minor prize winners - W. Schultz and Y. Yan.

Prize draw 3:

  • Major prize winner - J. Knight
  • Minor prize winners - E. Abbas Zadeh Bazzi and S. Wright

Prize draw 4:

  • Major prize winner - A. Gangi
  • Minor prize winners - J. Yogasundaram and J. Trevethan

Prize draw 5:

  • Major prize winner - P. Lodkowski
  • Minor prize winners - G. Davies and H. S. Wijesinhe

Meet some of our 2018 prize draw winners

Jess Sands

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Jess completed her Diploma of Human Resources Management at the Chisholm Institute in 2017 and was asked to fill out the 2018 Student Satisfaction Survey to have her say about the quality of her education and training. Because she completed the survey, Jess won a share in $10,000 worth of cash prizes.

Jess was motivated to give feedback to her provider because she wanted to help future students be provided with quality support systems and training.

“It felt really good to be asked my opinion about my provider because there weren’t too many opportunities to give feedback during my course…I was super excited when I found out I won the cash prize!”

With her winnings, Jess was able to purchase a new laptop for work and school.

If you completed or exited any VET course in 2018 and want to go in the running to win a cash prize, complete the 2019 Student Satisfaction Survey here: www.srcentre.com.au/ssat

Emily Bodley

Emily attended Victoria University and as an early leaver in 2017, she was asked to complete the 2018 Student Satisfaction Survey, as she was still eligible to win her share in $10,000 worth of cash prizes.

Emily received an email from DET encouraging her to complete the Student Satisfaction Survey and despite not completing her course, Emily felt it was important to provide feedback about her provider.

“Although I didn’t get to finish my intended course, I still felt like it was worthwhile to tell my provider how I found my experience with them – even if it was for a short time.

“When I found out I won the cash prize I was really surprised…I never win anything; I was really excited!”

With her winnings, Emily was able to purchase new clothing for work and is looking forward to returning to study in the future.

If you completed or exited any VET course in 2018, have your say in the future of training and complete the 2019 Student Satisfaction Survey, visit: www.srcentre.com.au/ssat