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Twinning: Double the Dedication

Twinning Double the Dedication

MIGAS Boilermaker Apprentices Jeremy and Max Harvey are right at home in the Bradken workshop.

The 2024 Apprenticeship Program at MIGAS host employer Bradken had us seeing double.

18-year-old identical twin brothers Max and Jeremy Harvey both joined the Bradken team at the Mt Thorley Mining Services workshop in Boilermaker Apprenticeships.

Getting a six-month head start on his brother, Max has been hosted with Bradken since mid-2023 and said he already feels at home and part of the team.

“It’s been good, very different to school, but in a good way,” Max said.

“Everyone’s easy to get along with and willing to help me out so I can get my jobs done and learn everything I need to be a good tradesman.”

Despite picking up the tools a little later, Jeremy agrees.

“Everyone’s been really kind and if I’ve been not sure of what to do, they gladly jump in and show me the right way to do things,” Jeremy said.

MIGAS has proudly supported Bradken’s annual apprenticeship intakes for more than 20 years.

To date, 35 apprentices have become fully qualified tradespeople in a range of Engineering Apprenticeships including boilermaking, fitting and turning, fitter machining.

To get your start in a trade apprenticeship, visit the MIGAS jobs board and apply now.


Published 17/06/2024

In the spirit of reconciliation, MIGAS Apprentices & Trainees acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of country throughout Australia and their connections to land, sea and community. We pay our respect to their Elders past and present and emerging, and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples today.