NSW Innovation iAwards

01 Mar 2015 4:11 AM | Anonymous

We would like to bring to your attention to the opportunity for recognition of NSW High School students and their teachers for their excellence in innovation and technology and through their nomination for the 2015 iAwards.  As a retired TAFE NSW Institute Director, Kevin Harris has seen the calibre of many graduating NSW high school students in the ICT and related fields, and he believes that the excellence of NSW students and teachers in all things digital and computing should be celebrated.  Kevin thinks one of the best ways for that to happen is for them to be recognised on the national stage in the industry’s premier event, the annual iAwards.

Last year, a group of students from Coffs Harbour supported by their teacher nominated for the awards and were recognised at the NSW State and national level receiving the Highly Commended award.  NSW students and teachers can win the national iAwards but only if they nominate. The following links provide an overview with links for nomination.

For more information, see:

iAwards Secondary Students video

iAwards Undergrads and Postgrads video

Hills YIA video

Regards, Leanne Cameron

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