Liam a great fit for ABN

Mandurah Coastal Times - - NEWS -

A MEADOW Springs-based plum­ber and gas-fit­ting ap­pren­tice has won the Most Im­proved Ap­pren­tice Award at the 2018 ABN Train­ing Ap­pren­tice Awards held by build­ing and con­struc­tion com­pany the ABN Group.

Liam Gid­dens (19) was recog­nised for his con­sis­tently high level of lead­er­ship, safety be­hav­iours and skill.

“When I fin­ish my ap­pren­tice­ship I re­ally want to stay on with the ABN Group and take on my own ap­pren­tices,’’ he said.

“The men­tor­ing and sup­port I’ve re­ceived from my train­ers has been in­cred­i­ble, so I’d like to share that with other young trades­peo­ple.’’

ABN Group man­ag­ing di­rec­tor Dale Al­cock said it was im­por­tant to recog­nise WA’s next gen­er­a­tion of top ap­pren­tices.

“Since its es­tab­lish­ment in 2004, ABN Train­ing has trained more than 1400 ap­pren­tices and pro­duced more than 870 new trades­peo­ple,’’ he said.

Group Train­ing Or­gan­i­sa­tion man­ager of the ABN Group Loris Mori­coni, Liam Gid­dens and Dale Al­cock.

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