Careers accessible for graduates
Diploma of Hospitality Management - Marissa Barnes, Luis Bejarnao, Vicki-Maree Blackman, Samuel Boundy, Paula Brewer, Kristina Burgess, Chetankumar Chaudhari, Owen Cloete, Darwin Delfin, Richard Fuentes, Julie Hill, James Nicol, Kasey Pollard, Janine Smith, Shirley Topp, Praneeth Veldurthi and Tanya Watts
Certificate III in Hospitality - Hannah Chirlian, Alexander Cole, Casey Dickinson, Justin Kennedy, Stevie Nahow and Jermaine Prise
Certificate III Hospitality (Commercial Cookery) - Jemma Blott, Michalina Cieslewicz, Zbigniew Deca, Hayden Hall, Jessica Lawrence, Ailen Lord, Nicole Monaghan, Jilian O'Connor, Storm Parrot, Nicole Sharrock, Jian Sen Wang, Daniel Webby and Gertrud Wild
Certificate I in Retail Services - Stephanie Bradshaw, Mariah Fernandez, Jeremy Lammens, Natalie Mason, Sarah O'Brien, John Stevenson, Morgan Wells, Michael Webber and Jack Young
Certificate III in Business Administration - Kerensa Bourke, Kate Collins, Laura Janetzki, Tegan Large, Emily McDonald, Amy Roberts, Peita Rollings and Lucy-Ann Simpson
Diploma of Children's Services - Casey Borellini, Yvonne Cracknell, Lauren Fripp, Barbara Paterson, Kristiaan Sinclair, Stella Grant and
Certificate III in Children's Services - Kimberley Deanoz, Monika Gabor, Deena Hansen-Harden, Angie Harvey and Michele Rule
Certificate III in Conservations and Land Management - Gemma Doyle
Certificate in Horticulture - Matthew Peach
Certificate III in Horticulture (Landscape) - Matt Butler
MORE career pathways will be available to the 68 Barrier Reef Institute of TAFE students that graduated last Friday.
The graduates included local and international students who were studying diplomas and certificates in a variety of subjects such as hospitality, retail services and business administration.
For some students this was a welcome relief after a year or two of studying.
Emily McDonald has been studying at TAFE while undertaking a one year traineeship with Tourism Whitsundays and has now completed her Certificate III in Business Administration. She said it was good to have a qualification under her belt.
"It will definitely help me with my future career," she said.
Business administrator teacher Bryony Venter said her students were an absolutely fabulous bunch.
"They have stepped up to the mark when required and did really well in the work they submitted," she said.