Student success at the Asia-Pacific Spatial Excellence Awards

Student success at the Asia-Pacific Spatial Excellence Awards

Student Harry Wade recently was awarded the Vocational Education Training (VET) Student Award at the 2021 Asia-Pacific Spatial Excellence Awards (APSEA).

APSEA celebrates the achievements of top surveying and spatial information enterprises and individuals, showcasing the finest projects and most significant performance of professionals the industry has to offer.

Harry was nominated for, and won, the VET Student Award, conferred on a student who has undertaken a spatial or surveying Vocational Education Training course and has contributed to the ongoing progression of the surveying and spatial profession.

Harry is currently studying the Advanced Diploma of Surveying at RMIT University after completing the Diploma of Surveying in 2020.

He is currently a Junior Survey Assistant at JCA Land Consultants and aspires to follow in his uncle’s footsteps, a surveyor in the UK for 20 years.

He aims to graduate from RMIT as a graduate surveyor and enter a training agreement to become a licensed surveyor.

Diversity and Inclusion nomination

Advanced Diploma of Surveying student Georgia Moore was also nominated for the Diversity and Inclusion award.

The award recognises surveying and spatial professionals who have contributed to the improvement of opportunities for those from diverse backgrounds and have actively campaigned for a more inclusionary workplace or industry.

Georgia is also previous RMIT Vocational Student of the Year recipient.

Congratulations to both Harry and Georgia for their achievements!

27 April 2022


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