Not everyone is lucky enough to connect with a job that transforms their life in more ways than one. This is exactly the effect a mechanical fitting apprenticeship had on Perth local Branten Whitten, whose career aspirations went from lacklustre to turbocharged the further he progressed through his trade.
If variety is the spice of life, then electrician James Park has it made. A typical day for the Logan resident could include anything from conducting a generator call out for Telstra to getting into the tropical spirit by refurbishing electrical and gas generators on Stradbroke Island.
When Christopher Hall was undergoing his boilermaker apprenticeship with MIGAS in 2002, he couldn’t have imagined it would propel him towards a distinguished career in the built environment and engineering sectors.
We are pleased to announce that MIGAS is working with our premier Host Employer, Helweld Engineering in the search for motivated, hardworking applicants who are serious about securing a highly sought-after trade qualification.
Kayla Schimke has an impressive resume for a 25 year old, having worked her way up through the banking circuit and completed a round of additional qualifications since finishing her school-based traineeship through MIGAS.