Train­ing key for busi­ness

Pilbara News - - Opinion - Josh Stronach

Pil­bara Mo­tor Group is reap­ing the re­wards from in­vest­ing in ap­pren­tice­ships.

Started 18 years ago as a fam­ily busi­ness in Port Hed­land, PMG now op­er­ates in nine lo­ca­tions in the re­gions and em­ploys more than 200 lo­cals. PMG has part­nered with Ap­pren­tice­ship Sup­port Aus­tralia to train more than 30 ap­pren­tices in the past two decades.

PMG hu­man re­sources co-or­di­na­tor Chloe Smith said ap­pren­tices played a fun­da­men­tal role in the suc­cess of their busi­ness.

“We be­lieve that train­ing is cru­cial for the suc­cess of the busi­ness and the in­di­vid­ual,” she said.

“A skilled work­force is a safe, pro­duc­tive and ef­fi­cient work­force.”

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