In an effort to attract more young diesel mechanics into the industry, Simon National Carriers has launched a Year 12 Career Pathways Program.
The Skilling Queenslanders for Work First Start program will see councils employ 400 new apprentices and trainees across the state in industries that include heavy vehicle mechanics, engineering and electrical trades.
The nominees have been announced for the HVIA Apprentice of the Year, with the winners to be announced next month at a special event that will also be live-streamed.
A record number of new apprentices and trainees are being hired to work on major road and transport infrastructure projects, with Transport for NSW (TfNSW) on the hunt to fill 76 placements.
Australasia’s largest automotive cooperative, Capricorn, is delighted to announce the finalists in the Capricorn Rising Stars Apprentice of the Year competition.
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.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has today announced the expansion of its wage subsidy program for apprentices and trainees, with $1.2 billion going towards creating around 70,000 new apprentice and trainee places.
Two TAFE Queensland apprentices were given a once in a lifetime training experience, working alongside the Shell V-Power Racing Team at the Dick Johnson Racing workshop on the Gold Coast.
Viva Energy Australia Pty Ltd (Viva Energy), the exclusive distributor of Shell Lubricants in Australia, in partnership with TAFE Queensland – SkillsTech, has named Chelsea Bowers as the TAFE Queensland – SkillsTech Light Automotive Apprentice of the Year for 2020.