We are delighted to welcome our new HVAC apprentices – Chloe Martin, Jake Mitchell, Daniel Powers, Adam Barker, Connor Olver – to the Queensland team. They join 24 other apprentices around country who are enrolled in our Chris Noble Apprentice Programme.
Mark Jenkins, General Manger QLD/NT, said that he is “pleased to commit to the training of our future HVAC technician and ensure our industry stays strong with qualified technicians”.
“We are also delighted to employ our first female apprentice Chloe Martin, from the time of the interview to her first week she has been a ball of energy and she will have a bright future in the HVAC industry,” Mark explained.
Named for one of our much loved team members, the Chris Noble Apprentice Programme provides training and benefits that encourage and motivate apprentices to become great ambassadors for the HVAC Industry.
Precise Air is always on the look out for enthusiastic people who want to learn and grow in a dynamic business. For more information, go to our Careers page.