• By Peter Sommerville
  • 21st November 2019
  • Category: News

The Trust supports the VET sector via a number of scholarships, valued at $3,000 each, being made available per year to students attending institutions in this sector.

Applications for these scholarships are made on behalf of the student(s) by the institution at which the student is enrolled.

One of the Colleges utilising these scholarships is the West Australia College of Agriculture – Cunderdin

This year the College selected 3 students – Courtney Hall, Tameka Baker and Hayden Fiegert. Each was awarded a scholarship. The scholarships were awarded to the students by the Principal of the College, Sally Panizza, on behalf of AWET at the College’s Valedictory Ceremony on Friday 15th November  2019.

From L to R: Courtney Hall, Tameka Baker, Hayden Fiegert.

Courtney Hall and Sally Panizza.

Tameka Baker and Sally Panizza.

Hayden Fiegert and Sally Panizza.


Rural educational excellence through innovation, passion and collaboration.


  • Foster a safe and healthy residential and learning environment in which the whole College promotes the DOE values of Learning, Excellence, Equity, Care, Integrity and Respect.
  • Enable all students to develop the knowledge, skills and confidence to achieve their individual potential and contribute to society.
  • Provide opportunities for students to develop knowledge, skills and values within the context of rural industries.
  • Ensure all students achieve nationally recognised vocational qualifications and Secondary Graduation (WA Certificate of Education).

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