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‘Aussie Benz apprentices land US scholarship’ – Go Auto News

 Three Mercedes-Benz apprentices off to US on three-day auto skills scholarship Go Auto News – August 9, 2018: Three young automotive apprentices working for Australian Mercedes-Benz dealerships have been granted a scholarship to travel to the United States for a cultural and career development tour that has been funded by the Institute for Workplace Skills andContinue Reading »

‘On the job learning, but at school’ – Yass Tribune

Yass Tribune – August 8, 2018: More than 30 NSW students from 27 high schools joined around 500 of Australia’s skilled young tradespeople and other secondary school students to compete in 2018 Skills Show Australia in Sydney in June, with 11 NSW students recognised for their outstanding skills. Their subjects covered automotive, business services, commercialContinue Reading »

‘Driven Mechanic off to USA’ – Village News

Village News – August 1, 2018:  Mikaela Lawrence, 23 spent six years as a hairdresser wanting to get into the mechanical industry. Now in just the second year of her automotive apprenticeship at Fortitude Valley’s Mercedes-Benz Brisbane, Ms Lawrence has been awarded the Kim. T. Wyman North American Scholarship for Skills Excellence by not-for-profit groupContinue Reading »