Belmont: DNA Kingston Training trainees celebrate graduation


DNA Kingston Training director Susan Lawton presents international student Oluwasegun Olumide with Certificates for the Diploma of Work Health and Safety and Certificate III in Individual Support.
DNA Kingston Training director Susan Lawton presents international student Oluwasegun Olumide with Certificates for the Diploma of Work Health and Safety and Certificate III in Individual Support.

DNA Kingston Training celebrated the achievements of its students when the training organisation held its 18th graduation at the Belmont Community Centre late last month.

About 100 students, family and friends attended the graduation on December 19 to celebrate the achievements of local and international students graduating in Dental Assisting, Dental Technology, Dental Laboratory Assisting, Engineering (Welding), Work Health and Safety, Individual Support (Aged Care) and Leadership and Management.

Many of the students have already gained employment or looking to further their career moving into university studies with their qualification as an entrance level.

Senior lecturers talked at the event about how successful the students had been this year.

The programmes are delivered locally in Hargreaves Street, Belmont.

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