WPC Group Ltd are currently seeking community minded, motivated and career focused individuals for multiple 1st, 2nd and 3rd year apprenticeship opportunities based at Esso worksites. Find out more, and apply for a position.
At home Alex is helping dad fix up a VK Holden Tinkering in the garage with his dad has led to working on luxury cars for one lucky apprentice mechanic. Alex Perri has always watched his dad work on old Holdens and Fords, but when he was in high school, he did not know if he wanted to be a mechanic. So he did a TVET course through TAFE as a school subject to find out. “With TVET, for two years you go half a day a week and it covers subjects you would do as a first-year apprentice in… [Read More]
Yesterday evening, as guests of Skilling Australia Foundation, representatives from WPC Group attended Tourism Training Australia’s annual dinner, held at The Four Seasons Hotel in Sydney. This national industry dinner is regarded as an icon event for Hospitality and Tourism industry leaders to attend. This event was attended by senior Federal and State Government Ministers and representatives. Guests represent hotels, motels, restaurants, registered clubs, airlines, supply organisations, manufacturers, government agencies and others from Australia, the Pacific and Asia. Apprentice Chef John Sipolo, and former Business Trainee Alicia Doolan along with their partners were invited to celebrate their achievements since graduating… [Read More]
This is one of the few times that reading TripAdvisor’s reviews just isn’t going to cut it before a week-long foodie tour of Japan. Think like an apprentice chef who wants cultural immersion and to doorknock top restaurants in Japan then elbow their way into kitchens for a skills session or three. Menu testing behind the scenes, yes! Of course, you’d want to tour of the famed fish market. And no aimless wandering through Kappabashi aka Kitchen Town, a world-renown shopping district for the hospitality industry and chefs. You’d be lost among an array of pottery, knives, plastic food displays… [Read More]
Maybe you’ve never heard of one of the nation’s 2017 True Leaders as listed by the Australian Financial Review, Nicholas Wyman. He’s a behind-the-scenes mover and shaker whose achievements and focus on vocational education is “really powerful”, say the AFR’s judges. Nick is co-founder and CEO of Skilling Australia Foundation, a driver of innovative programs getting young people in emerging careers. The Australian Government Department of Education and Training has engaged Skilling Australia Foundation to assist local stakeholders to work together to implement P-TECH learning programs at all 14 P-TECH pilot sites. P-TECH Australia has been recognised as part… [Read More]
P-TECH Australia has been recognised as part of Boss Magazine’s True Leaders list for 2017. The True Leaders judging panel for 2017 includes heavy-weights like Kate Burleigh, Managing Director, Intel Australia; David Thodey, Chairman, CSIRO; Simon McKeon, Chancellor, Monash University; and Catherine Livingston, Chairman, CBA, to name a few. Livingstone says True Leaders are willing to be controversial, to back the principles they believe in. “It’s putting yourself at risk. It’s standing up and knowing that whatever you say is not going to be popular or endorsed by everyone,” she says. “There are too few people who are doing that.”… [Read More]