Congratulations to the following apprentices who have been selected as finalists for the 2019 NECA Apprentice Awards. This prestigious awards evening celebrates and rewards apprentices’ outstanding achievements and efforts in the electrical and communications industry.
ELECTRICAL GROUP TRAINING
Electrical Group Training (EGT) provides employment and training opportunities in the electrotechnology industry. Aimed at producing highly skilled and motivated tradespeople.
Electrical Apprentices are exposed to the full range of practical training and hands on experience in the electrotechnology industry providing Host Employers with a consistent supply of high quality workers to support their business on a short or long term basis.
Why should I apply for an EGT Apprenticeship?
- Train as you work
- Get paid for learning
- Wide variety of training
- Growing industry
- Be your own boss one day
We are pleased to announce that fourth year apprentice Brooke Larpent has been named as a semi-finalist for the WA Apprentice of the Year 2019. This prestigious award is presented to an apprentice who has been outstanding in all aspects of their trade. The winner will be announced at the WA Training Awards Presentation Dinner on 13 September.
Electrical Group Training's General Manager, Stuart Diepeveen, and third-year EGT apprentice, Laurina Fitzpatrick (pictured below), were recently featured on Channel 9 News to share an important message about women considering an electrical trade career pathway.
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