Trainee nom­i­nated for State award

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Kar­ratha res­i­dent Naomi Beath is among a host of trainees mak­ing a dif­fer­ence in their fields who have been nom­i­nated as fi­nal­ists in the WA Train­ing Awards 2016.

Ms Beath is con­test­ing the WA Abo­rig­i­nal and Tor­res Strait Is­lan­der Stu­dent of the Year 2016 cat­e­gory, spon­sored by The Gra­ham Farmer Foun­da­tion.

De­part­ment of Train­ing and Work­force Devel­op­ment di­rec­tor gen­eral Ruth Shean said Ms Beath and each of the 42 fi­nal­ists de­served to be con­grat­u­lated.

“Each fi­nal­ist de­serves recog­ni­tion for their out­stand­ing lead­er­ship, achieve­ments and con­tri­bu­tions within their re­spec­tive fields,” she said.

“They have shown high stan­dards of per­for­mance and com­mit­ment to their work.”

Ms Beath gained qual­i­fi­ca­tions in lo­gis­tics and worked in a role to sup­port the op­er­a­tions team at the Kar­ratha Gas Plant.

She soon dis­cov­ered a de­sire to es­tab­lish a ca­reer in this area and af­ter months of study, she has gained the skills re­quired to be a process plant op­er­a­tor.

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