Congratulations to Caitlan Noble and Soleil White – winners at the WA Training Awards 2018

WA Vocational Student of the Year 2018

Caitlan Noble

Diploma of Anaesthetic Technology

Trained at North Metropolitan TAFE

After completing a Bachelor of Commerce, Caitlin did an internship with Telethon which sparked her passion for the health industry. While at Princess Margaret Hospital, Caitlan was inspired to move into a clinical role. Now employed as an anaesthetic technician at King Edward Memorial Hospital, Caitlan has been commended by her peers for going above and beyond to improve patient care. As an active volunteer for Telethon she enjoys seeing how children benefit from raised funds.


WA Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Student of the Year 2018

Soleil White

Certificate IV in Aboriginal/Torres Strait Islander Primary Health Care

Trained at Kimberley Aboriginal Medical Services and North Regional TAFE

Employed by Broome Regional Aboriginal Medical Service

Soleil recently completed a Certificate IV in Aboriginal/Torres Strait Islander Primary Health Care and is now undertaking a Diploma of Nursing.  Her training has given her the confidence to be an advocate for Aboriginal health care and undertake further studies. As the mother of a two year old, she is extremely motivated to create a better quality of life for future generations. Soleil is doing her part to close the gap for Aboriginal people to provide and assist them with high quality care and take a holistic approach to physical, emotional and spiritual needs.

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