Hospitality graduates get set for work
THE Get Set For Work course has provided a great opportunity for four Biloela young people to take part in a fully funded program and complete a nationally recognised certificate.
The course was held at PCYC Biloela and run by PCYC Gladstone as part of its outreach program.
Zion McKenzie was one of the four who completed the Certificate III in Hospitality and will use it to help travel not just around Australia but eventually the world.
“I finished high school last year and been working as a kitchen hand at Rise Bakehouse Cafe and gained more experience with my employment,” Zion said.
“Eventually I want to travel around the country and then overseas and this course will help me work at a variety of places.”
PCYC Gladstone community development officer Monique Van Houwelingen was thankful for the funding by the Queensland Government through the Skilling Queenslanders for Work Initiative.
“The support we received to run these programs have had really good outcomes and helped these four graduates find employment,” Monique said.
PROUD: Graduates of the PCYC Biloela Certificate III in Hospitality, Kyle White, Dylan Bishop, Zion McKenzie and Bradley Ekblad.