Event held to reward apprentices
The 2018 Apprentice and Traineeship Company Awards were held on Friday night at the Quality Hotel Lighthouse, recognising the outstanding achievements of WA’s apprentices and trainees.
Hundreds of people attended the function which ran from 6.30pm until late. Drew White from ATC and Blake Gould from Mandurah Toyota. Minister for Seniors and Ageing, Volunteering, Sport and Recreation Mick Murray and his wife Anna. Kate Pyburne from ATC and her mother Michelle Pyburne. Max Metcalf from Dean Constructions and partner Zara Tyson.
Allan Periam with Carlene and Courtney Minto from St Mary MacKillop College.
Rosie Chaill from ATC, Claire Speed from Australian Super and Melissa Stirling from ATC.
ATC chief executive officer Stan Liaros, Aqwest chief executive officer Brad Bevis and his partner Roz.
Vicky Dawson and Susanne Becker-Hamersley, both from the
Joel Kendrick and son Brody Newbery from Ringma Cabinets.
Jarred MaGill from Brunswick Electrical Services with Maddi Couttes.
Sheryl Kelly and Geoff Night from CGU.