Feb 29 / Business Victor Harbor

Colin Shearing, Executive Officer of Business Victor Harbor, Appointed to South Australian Skills Commission

Business Victor Harbor (BVH) is thrilled to announce the appointment of our esteemed Executive Officer, Colin Shearing, to the Board of the Retail, Tourism, Hospitality, and Personal Services Industry Skills Council by the South Australian Skills Commission. This significant appointment reflects Mr. Shearing's wealth of experience and dedication to the industry.

Cameron Baker, Commissioner of the South Australian Skills Commission, expressed his commendation for Colin's appointment, noting that it underlines the commitment of BVH to fostering growth and excellence within the community and contributing to the overall advancement of the state of South Australia. Mr. Shearing's extensive experience, knowledge, and background within the vocational education and training space make him an invaluable addition to the Skills Council.

Gavin Daniell, Business Victor Harbor Chairman, expressed his delight, stating, "We are delighted to congratulate Colin Shearing on his appointment to the Industry Skills Council. Colin's wealth of experience and leadership in the retail industry, particularly within the vocational education and training space, will undoubtedly benefit Business Victor Harbor and its members. His passion for advocating for local businesses aligns perfectly with our vision for the community's growth and prosperity."

In response to his appointment, Mr. Shearing shared, "I am deeply honoured to have the opportunity to serve on the Board and work alongside industry leaders to drive positive change. I am committed to leveraging this role to advocate for the needs and aspirations of our local businesses, thereby contributing to the continued success of our vibrant community."

With Colin's appointment, BVH reaffirms its unwavering dedication to promoting the interests of our business community and advancing the economic vitality of our region, while simultaneously supporting the broader objectives of South Australia's economic and skills development initiatives.

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