MIGAS Beats 100JOBS Target With 131 In Work

02 April 2015

IVECO placed apprentices during 100JOBS

It is time to learn the tricks of their trade for the 131 Australian Apprentices, Trainees, School-based Apprentices and Trainees, and Labour Hire staff placed in work as part of MIGAS Apprentices & Trainees 100JOBS campaign.

MIGAS GROUP CEO Philip Marwedel is proud of the success of the campaign, which ran from December 1, 2014 until February 28, 2015 and exceeded the target of 100 MIGAS placements across the nation.

“It is great to see 131 enthusiastic and career-ready apprentices and trainees be given an opportunity to find their feet in their dream trade as part of the 100JOBS campaign.  It’s all about attitude and we have the right people with the right attitude,” he said.

The campaign encouraged business owners to take the opportunity to teach and develop young workers with an industry trade, to ensure a strong Australian workforce for years to come.

“We want to thank all of the businesses that have been involved in 100JOBS, this is another step towards creating a sustainable skilled future and employment opportunities for the young workers,” Mr Marwedel said. 

All Australian Apprentices, Trainees and Labour Hire staff placed receive support from MIGAS during their placements to aid them in their career, whether it be giving advice and support to help them complete their qualification, or providing emotional support with workplace health and safety as a high priority.

MIGAS recruits and employs Australian Apprentices, Trainees and School-based Apprentices and Trainees as well as facilitates Labour Hire for companies in all industries across Australia with a focus on traditional trades.

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Read about IVECO's 100JOBS pledge to help stimulate opportunities for school leavers in Sydney.

Long-standing workforce development partners and clients of MIGAS, Action Auto Group, were featured in a local Gympie newspaper during 100JOBS for their contributions to training in Industry and their commitment to employing Australian Apprentices. Read the article here.

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