Category Archives: Employers

BMG has a New…Son!

BMG has a New…Son!

With some of the highest youth unemployment statistics in the country, it can be easy to feel disheartened as a job-seeking teen in Bundaberg. But statistics were the last thing on Kurt Newson’s mind.

Mindy joins Halliday as company’s first female engineer

Mindy joins Halliday as company’s first female engineer

MEGT apprentice, Mindy Riddle is one of a growing number of women challenging the outdated stereotypes by entering this traditionally male-dominated industry.

Budding young apprentices join Australian Native Landscapes

Budding young apprentices join Australian Native Landscapes

Australian Native Landscapes (ANL), one of New South Wales’ leaders in landscaping and gardening supply, recently found themselves stumped when they couldn’t fill two apprenticeship positions with strong candidates.

Local trainee recognised by international organisation!

Local trainee recognised by international organisation!

MEGT and ANZ school-based trainee Lea Jerrard made headlines recently when she was honoured by Armidale Zonta Club with the award for a Young Indigenous Woman, as well as receiving a Highly Commended for the District 24 award.

Full speed ahead for Michael

Full speed ahead for Michael

Kadina local, Michael Plumb, has just won the prestigious title of Hyundai Apprentice of the Year 2017.

Corbann kicks off his career with Sodexo

Corbann kicks off his career with Sodexo

Sodexo welcomes its first Health and Wellness Indigenous trainee, Tom Price local, Corbann Macale!

Adelaide Oval 2018 Apprenticeships Program

Adelaide Oval 2018 Apprenticeships Program

In April, Adelaide Oval welcomed their four newest apprentices as part of their 2018 Apprenticeship Program.

Liam rises to the top

Liam rises to the top

Pastry apprentice Liam Stocker made headlines recently when he was awarded the Most Consistent Apprentice Award by TAFE SA

Important information for TAS employers

Important information for TAS employers

When you’re trying to decide whether to recruit new staff or train your existing workers, it’s important to first figure out the current skills needs of your organisation.

It’s time to make upskilling a priority

It’s time to make upskilling a priority

When you’re trying to decide whether to recruit new staff or train your existing workers, it’s important to first figure out the current skills needs of your organisation.