“As an organisation we need to be looking to the future and building our workforce and the capability of our future employees,” says Glenn Hunter, Leadership & Capability Lead at Bis. “One way to do that is to employ apprentices and use our experienced tradespeople to support them and coach them on their journey.”
“It’s about investing in the future of our workforce.”
Hayley Diener is a first year apprentice at Bis in Murrin Murrin, studying a Certificate III in Mobile Plant Technology.
“The support is really good. Everyone on site is really helpful and they are always willing to help me out.”
Coming from a background as a horse racing jockey, Hayley believes that undertaking an apprenticeship with Bis will open up possibilities for her in the future.
“It’s a trade that I can take anywhere with me.”
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