The annual Activ Pathways Graduation was held for the first time in Esperance this year with 45 qualifications awarded to students in the Goldfields.
Graduates were invited to the Bijou Theatre for the graduation ceremony on Friday, June 14.
The graduation celebrates achievements of both staff and customers across a range of areas including agriculture, individual support and business.
Activ Pathways, Activ’s registered training organisation (RTO No. 51960), delivers tailored programs to people living with disability, staff and schools.
Executive Manager of Operations South, Amanda Lovelock, said graduates living with disability had learnt skills that would potentially deliver new opportunities and greater independence.
“At Activ we support people with disability to live the life they choose,” said Amanda.
“This graduation ceremony is about celebrating commitment, learning and initiative.”
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