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TLISC Awards for Excellence
Melbourne, Australia - 18th April 2013
Corporate event

Transport and Logistics Transport & Logistics Industry Skills Council

Applications are now open for the TLISC Awards for Excellence and will be accepted until 8 February 2013. More information about the Awards is available on our website.

The Awards are open to both Transport and Logistics Transport & Logistics Industry Skills Council
enterprises/businesses and RTOs that are registered and operating in Australia. There will be 9 award categories:
• 2013 TLISC Innovation and Excellence in Workforce Development Award in each of the 6 sectors (Road Transport, Logistics and Warehousing, Rail, Aviation, Maritime and Ports)
• 2013 TLISC Return on Investment in Skills Award
• 2013 TLISC Excellence in Industry Promotion Award
• 2013 TLISC Chairman’s Award

The Awards will be presented in Melbourne on the evening of Thursday 18 April 2013 in the presence of a range of industry leaders and stakeholders.

18th April 2013


Contact for booking / more info:
Sally Wagnon on 02 6163 7226 or by email

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