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Published on 7 Mar 2014

In recognition of the commitment and dedication demonstrated by EGT apprentices, the National Electrical and Communications Association (NECA) are proud to present the 2014 Apprentice Awards.

Apprentices and EGT host employers are encouraged to nominate an apprentice that has excelled in achievement in training, knowledge and trade. Winners of the 2014 Apprentice Awards represent the best of the best, setting the benchmark for future generations of apprentices.
 
EGT hosts that are part of NECA are also invited to submit a project for the Excellence Awards. With 11...

Published on 7 Mar 2014

EGT is now seeking nominees to represent Western
Australia at the 2014 Group Training Australia’s (GTA) national leadership
program ‘Today’s Skills: Tomorrow’s leaders’.
 
Objective of the program is to identify and develop the potential leaders that
exist among the group training network. The program pursues outstanding
apprentices who demonstrate high levels of performance, maturity and leadership
skills.
 
21 apprentices are offered the unique opportunity to participate in an
intensive program over 5 days focusing on...

Published on 6 Mar 2014

The Australian Government has invited EGT graduate Sarah Jayne Faltters to become an Australian apprenticeships ambassador. 

Sarah Jayne Flatters, employed by EGT and hosted by four different companies completed her apprenticeship late last year. Now, employed with Programmed Electrical Technologies, recently took part in Group Training Australia's Today's Skills: Tomorrow's Leaders Program

The 25-year-old has launched a non-for-profit organisation - TradeUp Australia, in hopes of encouraging other women, like herself to see 'trades' as a feasable...