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Alfredton carpentry apprentice Steven Butler enjoyed a double victory with honours from Master Builders Association of Victoria naming him State Apprentice of the Year and Regional Apprentice of the Year for 2017.

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Warrnambool carpentry apprentice Jack Hancocks was been named Master Builders Western Section Apprentice of the Year at The Carmichael.

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Carpentry apprentice Stephen Russo from Irymple was named the Master Builders North West Section Apprentice of the Year at the Quality Hotel Mildura Grand.

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Carpentry apprentice Jack Shay from Maryborough was named the Master Builders Bendigo Section Apprentice of the Year and Employer‐nominated Apprentice of the Year at the All Seasons Quality Resort Bendigo.

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Carpentry apprentice Charles McKenna from Tocumwal was named the Master Builders North East Section Apprentice of the Year at Raffety’s restaurant in Benalla.

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HIA would like to congratulate Johnny Lynch, the winner of the prestigious HIA-Stratco Apprentice of the Year for 2016.

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Hamlyn Heights carpentry apprentice Alex Hutchinson was named Master Builders Geelong Section Apprentice of the Year at Simonds Stadium.

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Australia’s peak business organisations have united to call on governments to take urgent action to avert an imminent crisis in our apprenticeship system, one that risks leaving young people without pathways to work and many businesses unable to access the skills they need to grow.

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The 2208 new apprentices have been employed by the state’s $73 billion infrastructure programs – more than double the original target of 1000.

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Master Builders Australia welcomed the Opposition Leader’s plan, outlined in his speech to the National Press Club, to focus on policies to underpin a strong economy and which are vital to the building and construction industry including, home ownership, better vocational training, jobs for our young people and investment in infrastructure,” Wilhelm Harnisch, CEO of Master Builders Australia said. 

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