Ten of Australia’s young trucking professionals have been welcomed to the 2021 Daimler Future Leaders’ Forum.
In response to the widely publicised driver shortages in Western Australia, Qube has taken the issue into its own hands, with a series of intensive 10-week MC operator trainee programs running over 12 months.
A free online training program is now being offered to new truck drivers, aimed at helping them to better understand their obligations under the Heavy Vehicle National Law (HVNL).
Mathew Di Mauro is a 32-year-old cane farmer from El Arish and is also a truck driver who recommends a career in the road transport industry to youngsters.
Brown and Hurley is now accepting applications for its 2022 apprenticeship intake.
Scott’s Refrigerated Logistics has launched its Heavy Vehicle Mechanic Apprenticeship Program, with the aim of inspiring new talent and setting the business in good stead for the future.
The HVIA National Apprentice Challenge was hotly contested during the Brisbane Truck Show, with the team representing the southern region taking out the title.
Growing up, Brisbane resident Stephanie Peters was a conscientious student who, like many other academically minded students in their final years of high school, was encouraged to pursue a university pathway in the hope of finding her dream job and building a lifelong career.
Designed to be a one-stop-shop for students, job seekers, industry and employment stakeholders, the Jobs Hub at the 2021 Brisbane Truck Show is set to be a hive of activity.
Three teams are all set to take to the stage and showcase their skills in the HVIA National Apprentice Challenge, which will be staged live at the 2021 Brisbane Truck Show.