Ampcontrol is proud to support Vocational Education and Training and has a long-standing partnership with the P-TECH program to support Hunter River High School students.
As our School Based Trainee from the P-TECH program, James Ramsay was recently awarded as a finalist in the Trainee of the Year category at the 2019 NSW Training Awards for the Newcastle region. James joined Ampcontrol in 2018 and is currently completing Year 12, while also studying a Certificate I in Engineering at Hunter River High School as well as Certificate II in Electrotechnology at Newcastle TAFE.
Conducted annually, the NSW Training Awards recognise outstanding achievement in the vocational education and training sector. The Awards honour and reward the achievements of students, trainers/teachers, training organisations, and large and medium employers.
“We are very proud to have James as part of the Ampcontrol team, knowing that he has a bright future in Engineering and that we get to play a role in helping him achieve this goal,” said Learning and Development Specialist Mikhaila Halford.
Ampcontrol employs over 600 people across the Hunter region and is currently accepting applications for its 2020 Apprentice Program – head to our careers page to find out more.
Image: Paul Reynolds (left), James Ramsay (centre) and Andrew Fisher from Ampcontrol (right)