Australia’s only national coach service, Greyhound Australia couldn’t be happier with the service provided by Sarina Russo’s Australian Apprenticeship Support Network.
Twenty one year old Ashleigh Taylor, not only completed a traineeship as a Workshop Administrator at the company’s Eagle Farm Head Office but has now gone on to become a Judge and Ambassador for the brand.
"It’s been amazing I mean this year I’ve had an opportunity as well to be a judge for the Queensland Training Awards," Ms Taylor said.
Florence Ablahad started a Cert II in Automotive with Kangan Institute, watch his video and see how Florence is following his dreams!
n 2015, Mohamed recommenced his carpentry apprenticeship and told Sarina Russo Apprenticeship Industry Consultant Tracey Louise Mowat that he was going to own his own business one day!
Mohamed’s confidence and sheer determination impressed Tracey particularly when employment arrangement didn’t work out and Mohamed had to change employers to complete his apprenticeship.
Tracey knew Mohamed had something special and stayed in contact and called him to congratulate him on completing his apprenticeship in August 2017. Tracey was not surprised when Mohamed said he was going to start his own business and would give her a call when he could take-on an apprentice.
It took Mohamed only two months to make that call to Tracey for an apprentice. What surprised Tracey is that Mohamed requested and Tracey was so excited to go on-site and help him complete all the relevant paperwork
The Apprentice is now the BOSS MAN. Tracey knows he’ll be as great BOSS because he understands the challenges apprentices face and he’s also got a wonderful sounding board in Tracey when challenges arise!
Sarina Russo Job Access' Steve Wyborn (far right) joined Senator Matthew Canavan and Member for Wide Bay Llew O’Brien at Anderleigh Quarry near Gympie to discuss Indigenous employment outcomes and Indigenous procurement policies.
Sarina Russo Job Access Wide Bay and Construction Skills Queensland have been working with Dave and Leigh from Anderleigh Quarry to create employment and training opportunities for Indigenous candidates in the Civil Construction sector. The Senator Canavan and MP O’Brien have committed to take this programme to Canberra when Parliament resumes.
Ulladulla High School student, Angus Penman-Clark, has made the most of his opportunities to score an apprenticeship thanks to the Job Education Training (JET) program.
The JET program helps students like Angus achieve transition from school to work and assists employers like Designer Eco Tiny Homes to judge if the student has the potential to add value to their business.
Designer Eco Tiny Homes offers a home owner an affordable, highly sustainable, energy efficient, eco-friendly option for housing.
During his week of work experience, Angus demonstrated a wonderful attitude and aptitude which impressed Designer Eco Tiny Homes, CEO, Grant Emans. It was no surprise when Angus was offered a full time Apprenticeship in Construction. On the 22nd November he was signed up by Sarina Russo Apprenticeships, Industry Consultant, Cherylee Maybury.
Australian Apprenticeship Support Network provider.