2022 WA International VET Student of the Year
Congratulations to Quentin Moreau (Réunion Island) from North Metropolitan TAFE for receiving 2022 WA International VET Student of the Year Award.
The CISWA WA International VET Student of the Year Award is about recognising the significant contribution that international students make to the Western Australian community.
CISWA sought to acknowledge an international student, who has demonstrated academic excellence and has contributed to enhancing the student experience both in the school and in the community.
In selecting the recipient of this award, the student’s achievements and contributions during their time as an international student in Australia were taken into consideration. Additional weight was given to any activities which promote interaction with Australian students and with the local community.
This award was proudly sponsored by:
Brad Jolly, Executive Director | Service Delivery, Department of Training and Workforce Development, presented the WA International VET Student of the Year Award to Quentin Moreau (Réunion Island) from North Metropolitan TAFE.
2022 WINNER: Quentin Moreau (Réunion Island), North Metropolitan TAFE
Quentin has been described as a wonderful asset to the Graphic Design Course at North Metropolitan TAFE. A quietly spoken contributor whose work is always thoughtful, thoroughly executed, developed through a deep engagement with the design process and delivered with a great attention to detail with considered creativity.
Quentin has been active and connecting regularly with local industry and community having been a finalist in numerous design brief competitions/exhibitions, including a finalist in the annual Re:Act Campaign which is an annual competition aiming for road safety behaviour change. His work was assessed by a panel of higher education, road safety, workplace safety and industry partners who selects the most compelling road safety campaign.
He has actively supported his local community in Scarborough and Cottesloe by regularly joining the Coastal Clean-up Crew participating in beach clean-ups to promote a clean local environment, this is an issue which is close to Quentin’s heart as a surfer, beach goer and lover of the ocean.
Like many students during the COVID border closure period he was isolated from family. During this time Quentin has not wavered in his commitment to excellence in his craft and has consistently displayed great character and beautifully presented design work.