Achievements celebrated

By Riverine Herald

ALMOST 60 Vivid Learning graduates received 93 certificates of participation at a graduation ceremony late last month.

Vivid Learning is the registered training organisation of Vivid, formerly known as Murray Human Services.

It delivers training and education to people with disabilities and nationally accredited training to people who choose to work in the disability sector.

There were 11 courses delivered in the class of 2017 including employment ready, iPad tech, event planning, creative kitchens and creative gardens.

The greatest achiever award went to Tahlia Loudon.

The award was sponsored by Smartmove Computing Echuca, with Anthony Maddick presenting Tahlia with a new iPad.

For information on the courses offered by Vivid Learning, phone 5480 6611.