Building on a year long relationship with the Equal Opportunity Commission, six Central Advanced Diploma Graduates were recently recognised for their marketing and design prowess.
The Equal Opportunity Act came was enacted in 1984 and came into operation in July 1985. Its objectives are varied, but essentially focused on eliminating discrimination on the grounds of sex, marital status, pregnancy or breast feeding, family responsibility or family status, race, religious or political conviction, impairment, age or gender history in the areas of employment, accommodation and education.
Working closely with Colleen Mack, the EOC’s Public Affairs Officer, over 50 Central students designs were developed to help suggest branding, marketing and awareness campaign ideas before shortlisting commenced.
Central is proud to continue to support non-profit and charitable organisations and we look forward to seeing some of these student marketing suggestions and design direction displayed on the streets of Perth soon.
Jodie Potter (sleeveless)
Yusuke Fujii (light blue shirt, blue jeans)
Absent students (shortlisted)
Lecturer Graphic Design
Equal Opportunity Commission represented by
Acting Equal Opportunity Commissioner
Public Affairs Officer
Manager, Policy and Evaluation
(wearing cyan and black)