TAFE NSW Cowra Customer Service Officer Lin Seears has been acknowledged for her excellence and dedication to the organisation throughout 2017, winning a prestigious Individual Excellence Award at a special ceremony in Orange on Friday.
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Each year Regional General Manager Kate Baxter hand picks several extraordinary staff members from the West Region for acknowledgement, recognising their hard work, commitment to their students and customers, and ability to excel in the Vocational Education Training (VET) sector.
“Staff at TAFE NSW in Cowra and across NSW continue to flourish in a busy environment and it was an absolute pleasure to pay tribute to Lin who achieved a great deal in 2017,” Ms Baxter said.
“Lin is an exemplary Customer Service Officer in the Tourism and Hospitality section who goes above and beyond. She is a dedicated professional and caring staff member who exemplifies excellence in helping students achieve their desired outcomes.”
Lin was nominated for the award by TAFE NSW Tourism and Hospitality Head Teacher Dianne Johnson, who said; “Lin is able to work with anyone. She is very task focused, yet is able to achieve results with a very bright and cheerful manner, always putting the customer or student first.”
Full list of award winners:
· Alison Abbott, Bathurst – Customer Service Excellence Award;
· Lisa Austin, Wellington – Customer Service Excellence Award;
· Libby Wilson, Dubbo – Customer Service Excellence Award;
· Denise Baffis, Dubbo – Individual Excellence Award;
· Michael Bourke, Orange - Individual Excellence Award;
· Cassie Carrington, Dubbo – Individual Excellence Award;
· Rosemarie Colosi, Bourke – Individual Excellence Award;
· Margot Drake, Parkes – Individual Excellence Award;
· John Maginnis, Orange – Individual Excellence Award;
· Jenny Pickford, Bathurst – Individual Excellence Award;
· Lin Seears, Cowra – Individual Excellence Award;
· Angela Trevor-Jones, Bathurst – Individual Excellence Award;
· Michael Donovan, Dubbo – Contribution to Reconciliation in TAFE NSW West Region.
“Our staff continue to thrive in a rapidly-changing environment and each winner thoroughly deserves this recognition – a small way to thank them for the hard work they put in and their ongoing commitment to our key business principles, which make TAFE NSW the leading provider of education and training solutions in the state,” Ms Baxter said.
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