Celebrating success of Heavy Vehicle Apprentices

Celebrating success of Heavy Vehicle Apprentices

  • Published on Monday 3 August, 2015
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Cummins South Pacific, Newcastle branch celebrates the recent success of their Apprentice Program where four of their Heavy Vehicle Apprentices have completed their Apprenticeship and have progressed to become Cummins trained qualified technicians.

Congratulations to the following Apprentices:

Robert Woodard
Mitchell Russell
Jarrod Hollier
Lewis Holz.

MEGT’s Australian Apprenticeship Support Network has a successful partnering relationship with Cummins South Pacific. Cummins is one of MEGT’s National Clients and they’re serviced by our team of experienced and professional Account Managers.

MEGT signed the apprentices into their Training Contracts and monitored the progress of their program. The apprentices have performed very well throughout their apprenticeship and, therefore, have received an early completion by almost 6 months.

Mitchell and Jarrod have won awards over the three years at TAFE. Jarrod has also recently been awarded a “Finalist” of a National Youth Award. Jarrod has been an active member of the Central Region Apprentice Affinity Group and has been an advocate and supporter to his fellow apprentice, Robert Woodard who is hearing impaired.

MEGT wishes all four apprentices all the best for the future as qualified trades’ people.