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Vicki Pinches"Fitness is a rapidly expanding industry in Australia and one that offers variety and excitement," according to fitness trainer and BNIT teacher, Vicki Pinches, who has been making a healthy impression on society for 18+ years.
But don't just take our word for it, ask Adam West, who completed his Certificate III and IV in Fitness and stepped straight into the role of manager at a fitness club soon after graduating.
"An ageing population is driving an exploding healthcare industry across Australia, which is great news for aspiring nurses," according to devoted nurse and BNIT teacher, Jen Cotter, who has been caring for people for 20+ years.
But don't just take our word for it, ask Annmaree Miller, a Diploma of Nursing student who credits Jen with giving her the confidence and skills to realise her lifelong ambition to become a nurse.
"The resources boom is not just for tradies, it's also opening up huge opportunities for business people," and with 25+ years' experience in business, BNIT teacher, Russell Mason, ought to know.
But don't just take our word for it, ask Jimmy Lee, who recently undertook a Certificate IV in Small Business Management, and came out with a clear picture of small business operations which clarified his ideas into a workable reality.
"The travel and tourism industry is a hot career choice where you get to visit exotic places, inspire other people, plus have a great deal of fun," according to travel agent of 18+ years and BNIT teacher, Leanne Townsend.
But don't just take our word for it, ask Chris Rose, who secured a job before even finishing his Diploma of Tourism at a very successful Brisbane travel agency where he is now the manager.