G8 Education announces national Study Pathways Award winners
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G8 Education announces national Study Pathways Award winners

by Freya Lucas

April 11, 2023

Early childhood education and care (ECEC) provider G8 Education has revealed the winners of its national Study Pathways Awards, with four winners chosen from more than 100 trainees nationally who were eligible for the awards. 


The Study Pathways program supports team members to complete Certificate III, Diploma, Bachelor and Master qualifications, and the number of eligible participants made choosing just four a difficult choice, G8’s Head of Early Learning and Education Ali Evans said.


“I’m so excited and proud of each of our finalists and nominees,” she shared. “It was an amazing experience reading about their study and career stories and seeing the overwhelming support and recognition given by their leaders, peers, trainers and mentors.” 


The Awards celebrate the achievements that team members have made through their studies, and recognise their efforts to learn and improve their professional skills and qualifications.


Winners were chosen in four separate categories, as listed below: 



“We congratulate all our winners and nominees for their exceptional commitment to growing their careers as early child educators and look forward to watching their continued success in the sector,” Ms Evans said.


All award finalists will receive a visa gift card, with winners also receiving a range of other prizes, including a professional development budget, early entry into the G8 Education Bachelor Scholarship Program and a trip to Australia’s leading conference in the education and care sector, the Early Childhood Australia Conference to be inspired by new skills, possibilities and latest developments in the sector.

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