Last week the TAFE Queensland – SkillsTech 2021 Apprentice of the Year Awards celebrated high achieving apprentices from across 13 trade award categories.
HVIA has sponsored the Heavy Vehicle Apprentice award since its inception in 2018.
HVIA’s Todd Hacking and Paul Woodland were among 300 guests attending the event HVIA was a sponsor for the award category, Heavy Vehicle Apprentice, won by Sam Gray of Komatsu. Mr Woodland was on stage to present the award to Sam.
“HVIA are strong supporters of the TAFE Skillstech heavy vehicle apprenticeship program,” Mr Woodland said.
“Their specialist heavy vehicle competencies are crucial to providing a pipeline of apprentices to join the heavy vehicle industry both locally and as they spread their wings around the country.”
Pictured above: Geoff Tillett (TAFE), Heavy Vehicle Apprentice Award Winner – Sam Gray (Komatsu), Paul Woodland (HVIA)
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