Flashback: 2022 Peter Langworthy Future Leader Award

In honour of the late Peter Langworthy, HVIA Past President and industry leader, the Future Leader Award acknowledges young people who have recently graduated from an apprenticeship and have demonstrated outstanding leadership within their organisations and/or the industry.

These future leaders inspire a culture of achievement and improvement for those around them and are skilled at empowering and collaborating with others to achieve successful outcomes.

This award is consistent with HVIA’s ongoing commitment towards excellence and the advancement of our future industry leaders and is in recognition of Peter’s long-standing commitment to the mentoring of young people and supporting their development to leadership roles.

The 2022 Peter Langworthy Future Leader Award was presented to Thomas Baggaley of CMV Truck and Bus.

Nominations for the 2023 HVIA National Awards close Friday 25 August 2023.

Pictured: Winner of the 2022 Peter Langworthy Future Leader Award Thomas Baggaley with his wife Tullee

2022 Peter Langworthy Future Leader Award

Thomas Baggaley – CMV Truck & Bus

Thomas Baggaley joined CMV to begin his apprenticeship in 2018, since completing it, he has demonstrated a passion and enthusiasm for mentoring other young people, which is why Thomas is now Team Leader of a CMV dealership and is positively influencing senior technicians and young apprentices.

His calm and clear communication style ensures that all of his peers know, trust and respect Thomas and he is regularly sought out for support and guidance. Thomas is equally sought out by customers as he is always there to help and assist.

Read about all the 2022 HVIA National Award winners here

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