Australian Apprenticeship Pathways (AAPathways) has received an honourable mention from the 22nd Annual Webby Awards.
Since 1996, The Webby Awards have been the leading international award, honouring excellence on the internet. They have been labelled “the internet’s highest honour” by The New York Times.
The AAPathways website, which is provided by Australian Apprenticeships and Traineeships Information Service (AATIS), has been announced as an Honouree in the ‘Education Websites’ category.
This places AAPathways alongside other honourees and award winners such as TED-Ed, IBM and NBC News.
AATIS Director Peter Skujins believes the recognition is a highlight for AATIS and AAPathways.
“It is such an honour to be recognized by The Webby Awards,” she says.
“To be mentioned in the same sentence with some of those internationally renowned organizations is such a great achievement for us.”
A Fresh Look for AAPathways
Since 1998, AATIS has been the leading source of information on apprenticeships and traineeships for students, job hunters, employers and career advisers.
AATIS worked with Melbourne-based digital agency Get Started to redevelop the AAPathways website in 2017.
“The relaunch of the website has led to a far greater user experience,” says Ms Skujins.
“We are so excited about what else we can achieve with the newly designed website.”
With over 2000 Job and training descriptions, practice aptitude quizzes and a library of free resources, the new AAPathways website makes it easier than ever to learn about apprenticeships and traineeships.
For more information and to view the entire list of Webby Award winners and honourees, please visit www.webbyawards.com.