Congratulations to the following International Specialised Skills (ISS) Institute Fellowship winners, which were awarded in November:
Gary Mahon from Northern Melbourne Institute who received a Skills Victoria International TAFE Fellowship
From the ISS Institute December 2010 Newsletter:
Gary will travel to Italy and France where he will get a first-hand understanding in the high-quality, modern practices used in bread making and Viennoiserie pastries. He’ll also analyse the different qualities of the breads and pastries produced and how to improve the standards of pastries in Australia.
Bronwyn Turton from the National Centre for Dairy Education Australia/GOTAFE), who received a Skills Victoria International TAFE Fellowship
Bronwyn will look at international trends relating to functional foods. Through her travel in the US and Canada she’ll gain a further knowledge of bioactive components of milk and milk products and their functional value.
Francesca Jorio from William Angliss Institute, who received a Skills Victoria (Italy) International TAFE Fellowship
Francesca will experience ‘land to table’ models in local regional areas of Italy. Through her Fellowship Francesca will gain an understanding of how agri-tourism and community involvement in produce production can be adapted to Victoria and how it can create jobs in regional areas.
Click here to view a full listing of Fellows on the ISS Institute website.