SUPPORTING PARTNERS – BOND UNIVERSITY’S INDIGENOUS EDUCATION PROGRAMME
Precise Air is proud to be Supporting Partners of Bond University’s Indigenous Education Programme, helping to provide valuable educational opportunities to a growing number of Indigenous students.
Australia’s first private non-profit university, Bond University’s goal of bridging the significant gap between Indigenous and non-Indigenous higher educational attainment is one of their strategic pillars.
Chris Noble was a well-loved, valued employee who was one of Precise Air’s longest serving technicians who, sadly, lost his life in a tragic incident at home in Rozelle in September 2014.
To honour Chris’ memory and his dedication to helping apprentices, Precise Air launched the Chris Noble Apprentice Programme. The Programme provides a selected number of outstanding trainees with the opportunity to take part in an enhanced apprenticeship programme and Awards.
Each year, apprentices in the Programme are in the running for a number of awards to reward their dedication to learning, to customer service and to how they apply themselves to their work.
Precise Air is committed to developing the next generation of HVAC technicians and currently has 22 apprentices around the country, with plans to recruit more in the coming months. We are proud to have this programme in the memory of a technician who displayed excellence in his commitment to the trade, his customers and his company.
Australian Red Cross
Cancer Council NSW
The Children’s Hospital at Westmead
HMRI – Hunter Medical Research Institute
Jane McGrath Foundation
Movember (supporting Prostate cancer and male mental health initiatives)
Smiling for Smiddy (supporting Mater Foundation, Flinders Medical Centre Foundation, PA Research Foundation, and Melanoma Patients Australia)