LOCAL dignitaries, members of the business community and staff have come together to celebrate the transformation of Central West Community Collage into VERTO.
“We have been apart of the Lithgow Community for a long time and it was great to be able to celebrate this change with the people who have worked with and supported our organisation over the years,” Team leader Jodie Meek said.
The official celebration was held at the VERTO Lithgow office September 6.
Vice President of the VERTO Board of Directors Sue Graves spoke about the transformation of the organisation over the last 30 years and how it had grown from being a small regional evening college located in Bathurst to a much larger and more diverse organisation which has more then 240 staff and 26 sites across NSW.
And according to VERTO CEO Bernadett O’Connor the organisation continues to grow.
“It’s been a big year for us.
“Along with the name change, we were awarded expanded contracts to provide more employment and apprenticeship services across our existing footprint and also won a new contract to deliver apprenticeship services in Sydney Market.”
In Lithgow the not-for-profit organisation supports thousands of people and businesses every year though its employment, apprenticeships, training, disability support and tenancy advice services.
Senior staff and board members got together for the relaunch
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