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Students celebrate early finish to school based traineeship

29 April 2021

Logan and Redland hospitals are celebrating the success of a group of its School Based Trainees who completed their AIN traineeships early despite a year of unprecedented challenges.

Osmac Apprenticeships Care Manager Adam Stephen and ADON Chloe Ryan said Caitlin, Nicole, Sara and Asya had worked extraordinarily hard to complete their 12 month traineeship in just 41 weeks.

"These students have demonstrated an amazing amount of commitment and tenacity on top of  very heavy senior schooling timetables," they said.

"They have shown a remarkable work ethic and ability to prioritise and have made new friends in addition to developing skills that will lead to long and rewarding future careers in the healthcare industry.

"We are extremely proud of these students and confident that their natural ability, commitment and passion for nursing will see them all go far."


Last updated 29 April 2021
Last reviewed 29 April 2021

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