22 November 2021
My Gateway held its Apprentice Awards Recognition Lunch last week, to celebrate our apprentice award winners for 2021.
The event was a very special occasion and highlighted the hard work of our apprentices in another challenging year due to the COVID-19 situation.
Horticulture apprentice, Cory Rutland, was the big winner of the event, taking home two awards including Overall Apprentice of the Year.
Congratulations to all of the award winners and their host businesses! We would also like to say thank you to all host businesses who nominated their apprentices for the awards and congratulations to each of the finalists.
Thank you also to the event sponsors: Apprenticeship Support Australia, Australian College of Commerce & Management, Camden Council, Campbelltown City Council and Wollondilly Shire Council.
My Gateway trainees will be recognised this week at our Trainee Awards Recognition Lunch.
My Gateway 2021 Apprentice Award Winners:
Tyrell Ao (hosted to CJD Equipment) – School Based Apprentice of the Year
Jacob Tregoning (hosted to Stowe Australia) – 1st Year Apprentice of the Year
Thomas Furner (hosted to Bayside City Council) – 2nd Year Apprentice of the Year
Daniel Siciliano (hosted to Decouper Onsite) – 3rd Year Apprentice of the Year
Thomas McKinnon (hosted to Stowe Australia) – 4th Year Apprentice of the Year
Skyler Rivers (hosted to Lendlease) – Adult Apprentice of the Year
Grace Sargeson (hosted to Wollondilly Shire Council) – Female Apprentice of the Year
Cory Rutland (hosted to Camden Council) – Indigenous Apprentice of the Year & Overall Apprentice of the Year