EnerMech Australia Apprentice Awarded

EnerMech Australia apprentice Brent Schwennesen was recently presented with the 2014 Moreland Young Business Achiever Award which recognises young people for their outstanding attitude, endeavour and contribution to their employer and colleagues.

Brent, from Geelong in the south of Victoria, is in his third year of his fitting and machining apprenticeship and currently spends one day per week with the Northern Melbourne Institute of TAFE (NMIT) in Preston with the rest of his time based in EnerMech’s Brunswick facility. His work ethic has been praised by senior management at EnerMech including Australia valves director Chris Tabone.

Chris said: “Brent is extremely committed to his job, and has acquired a great deal of knowledge since he joined us three years ago.”

For more information on an apprenticeship with EnerMech, please send your CV with a covering letter to recruitment@enermech.com.