Outstanding Apprentices recognised by MTA Queensland | Transport News

The Motor Trades Association of Queensland (MTA Queensland) has recently announced ten outstanding apprentices as the 2019 Apprentice of the Year finalists. The students have been selected from over 1,800 MTA Institute apprentices throughout Queensland.

To be revealed at the MTA Queensland Industry Awards Dinner on Saturday 16th November, the Apprentice of the Year award will be bestowed upon the apprentice who has demonstrated a dedication to learning and performed above and beyond expectations.

The Apprentice of the Year finalists include: 

  • Bailey Locker from T&H Service Centre, Toowoomba who recently completed Certificate III in Heavy Commercial Mechanical Technology apprenticeship.
  • Casey Steel from MSF Sugar, Mareeba who recently completed his Certificate III in Light Vehicle Mechanical Technology apprenticeship.
  • Daniel Beckham from Prochem Haulage, Mackay who is a fourth year Certificate III in Heavy Commercial Mechanical Technology apprentice.
  • Dusty Austin from Top Two Motorcycles, Warwick who recently completed his Certificate III in Motorcycle Mechanical Technology.
  • Jesse Weatherhead from Atherton Smash Repairs Specialists, North Mackay who is a fourth year Certificate III in Automotive Body Repair Technology apprentice.
  • Jett Santacaterina from Vanderfield, North Mackay who is a fourth year Certificate III in Agricultural Mechanical Technology apprentice.
  • Kade Hutchison from Noel’s Progress Road Pitstop, Wacol who is a fourth year Certificate III in Light Vehicle Mechanical Technology apprentice.
  • Karl Berlin from Barambah Machinery, Murgon who recently completed his Certificate III in Agricultural Mechanical Technology apprenticeship.
  • Kimberley Wallace from Morgan Motors, Emerald who recently completed her Certificate III in Sales (Parts Interpreting) apprenticeship. 
  • Reece Haslam from McAully’s Smash Repairs, Ipswich who is a fourth year Certificate III in Automotive Refinishing Technology apprentice.

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