Former Northern Bay College student Anis Gul Mohammad Ali is continuing her successful journey towards a career in nursing, and collecting awards along the way.
In April, Anis won the Gforce Trainee of the Year Award for her outstanding work during her school-based traineeship, after being nominated by her Gforce apprentice and trainee consultant Tracey Fulmer.
Tracy said Anis completed her Certificate III Health Service Assistant, combining class-based work and a work placement at St John of God Hospital.
“I nominated Anis for the Trainee of the Year award for the Gforce Awards, which she was shorted listed to five, who were all then interviewed,” Tracey said. “She was the only school-based trainee and went on to win the award at the Gforce awards night.”
Tracey said Anis was an outstanding student and Gforce trainee. “She is someone who has overcome challenges, including English as her second language, but is always respectful and willing to go above and beyond to help others,” she said.
Anis is aiming for a career in nursing at St John of God and, in addition, is studying Biomedical Science at Deakin University. In 2016 she won the prestigious Arda Duck Award for Northern Bay College’s highest VCE score.