Wendy Adamson from QAL with Michael Keep accepting the award for Best Training Processes at the Mining Industry Awards.
Wendy Adamson from QAL with Michael Keep accepting the award for Best Training Processes at the Mining Industry Awards. Submitted

QAL wins best practices

A GROUP of high-performing apprentices, trainees, trainers and organisations from the Australian resources sector were recognised and rewarded at the 2010 Mining Industry Skills Centre Training Awards Dinner earlier this month.

The winners included Gladstone-based Queensland Alumina Ltd who took home the prestigious Award for Best Processes and Practices – Company.

After the huge success of the 2009 Training Awards, 2010 saw an overwhelming number of high-quality nominations from around Australia with finalists being selected from New South Wales, Northern Territory, Western Australia and Queensland.

Specialist for Instructional Design and Development and Mining Industry Skills Centre judge Jun Low congratulated Queensland Alumina Ltd on their outstanding achievement, Best Training Processes and Practices – Company.

“Queensland Alumina Limited demonstrated an outstanding commitment to providing high-quality training and development to all of their staff to ensure a safe and efficient working environment,” Mr Low said.



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