Selmar Education Institute is proud to announce that Michelle Bono, a staff member of the Selmar Assessment and Training team has been recognised as a finalist in CRS Australia’s Victoria & Tasmania Employer Awards 2012 (Individual Achievement). This recognition is a result of Michelle’s ongoing and valued disability support to CRS Australia to assist in providing employment opportunities to people in our communities with a disability, injury or health condition.
“Selmar Education Institute is committed to providing high quality training, as well as assisting our students in seeking practical work placement where they can utilise their new skills. As a result, Selmar graduates are confident and independent. The benefits for employers is gaining hardworking, job ready employees. It is a great position to be in for both our students and the community” says Marcus Sellen, CEO.
Michelle says “It is very exciting to be recognised for what I love doing, when my students are on work placement, I love speaking to them about their experiences. The fact that they can apply what they have learnt through their training in a work place is very important and crucial to successful job outcomes”. Michelle brings over 10 years experience in training within both the Retail and Hospitality industries to the Selmar Assessment and Training team.
CRS Australia is a leading provider of valued disability support through delivery of employment and assessment services to people with a disability, injury or health condition, with almost 70 years of industry experience. They work in partnership with employers to find staff and provide healthy and safe workplaces for employees through quality injury prevention and injury management services. CRS Australia is part of the Australian Government Department of Human Services.