Friday, December 15, 2017

Minister welcomes new premises

David Lee July 23, 2014
OFFICIAL OPENING OFFERS SKILLS BOOST… Minister for Higher Education and Skills, Nick Wakeling officially opened the brand new office of The Apprenticeship Factory and Monarch Personnel last week. From left, The Apprenticeship Factory and Monarch Personnel CEO, Paula Ryan, The Nationals candidate for Shepparton, Greg Barr, Member for Shepparton, Jeanette Powell, Minister for Higher Education and Skills, Nick Wakeling and Minister for Children & Early Childhood Development, Wendy Lovell. Photo: David Lee.

OFFICIAL OPENING OFFERS SKILLS BOOST… Minister for Higher Education and Skills, Nick Wakeling officially opened the brand new office of The Apprenticeship Factory and Monarch Personnel last week. From left, The Apprenticeship Factory and Monarch Personnel CEO, Paula Ryan, The Nationals candidate for Shepparton, Greg Barr, Member for Shepparton, Jeanette Powell, Minister for Higher Education and Skills, Nick Wakeling and Minister for Children & Early Childhood Development, Wendy Lovell. Photo: David Lee.

The Apprenticeship Factory and Monarch Personnel’s grand new location

AFTER being at the helm of providing apprentices and trainees for the region for 30 years, The Apprenticeship Factory and Monarch Personnel’s grand new location on Wyndham Street, Shepparton was officially opened by Minister for Higher Education and Skills, Nick Wakeling last week.
The new 500m2 purpose built facility provides an open plan office that will see The Apprenticeship Factory and Monarch Personnel build on the more than 5,500 apprentices and trainees they have already helped into the workforce.
Minister for Higher Education and Skills, Nick Wakeling said, “This is a fantastic new structure and it reflects on what is happening in terms of the training in this region. It demonstrates the commitment that has been shown by The Apprenticeship Factory as well as other providers in this region towards supporting the ongoing skills needs of this important community.
“The Apprenticeship Factory is doing some great work. They currently provide around 90 apprenticeships and 60 traineeships to regional Victorians and that is fantastic.”
The Apprenticeship Factory and Monarch Personnel CEO, Paula Ryan said, “This new building is fantastic from a local perspective, because we support many apprentices and businesses.
“The increased space will allow us to make some changes and to be more efficient in our output.
“The higher profile position along Wyndham Street is better for the community to be able to access our services. We encourage businesses to contact us to find out how we can assist them with apprentices and trainees as well as temporary and permanent recruitment.
“I’d like to thank our Board of Directors, our staff, clients and host employers for their continued support over the last 30 years.”
For further information or to see how The Apprenticeship Factory and Monarch Personnel can help you, visit their new premises at 44 Wyndham Street, Shepparton or phone 5822 4555.