The Annual Western Cape Awards
The Western Cape Awards wrapped up an amazing year of training by celebrating the achievements of the region’s apprentices and trainees.
On Wednesday, the 4th of October a fantastic evening at the Albatross bay Resort was enjoyed by well over 100 attendees. Present were the nominated apprentices and trainees as well as representatives of the major event sponsors and many Skill360 staff and management.
The focus of the event was, of course the announcement of the award winners. Following are the recipients of the awards in each category.
Apprentice of the Year Winner
Trainee of the Year Winner
Murphy Rehn Memorial Award Winner
Engineering Apprentice of the Year Winner
Engineering Apprentice of the Year Encouragement Award
Electrical Apprentice of the Year Winner
Electrical Apprentice of the Year Encouragement Award
Combined Trade Apprentice of the Year Winner
School Based Apprenitce/Trainee of the Year Winner
School Based Apprenitce/Trainee of the Year Encouragement Award
The following businesses have generously supported the 2017 Western Cape Awards
Rio Tinto owns and operates the Weipa bauxite mine on Western Cape York Peninsula in Queensland, Australia. The mine exports over 27 million tonnes of bauxite annually.
Sea Swift has a long and successful history in far north Queensland and more recently northern Australia, with our four key areas of service – General Cargo (regular service freight); Project & Charter (tug & barge capability); Mothershipping (trawler fleet); and Cruise (in Qld)
The Department of Education and Training (DET) is committed to ensuring Queenslanders have the education and skills they need to contribute to the economic and social development of Queensland.
The Cape York News is a weekly newspaper that covers the Cape York region in Queensland, with journalists based at Cooktown and Weipa.
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