LATEST APPRENTICE INTAKE INDUCTED AT TMHA HEADQUARTERS

LATEST APPRENTICE INTAKE INDUCTED AT TMHA HEADQUARTERS

Australian Earthmoving Magazine News: The latest intake of Toyota Material Handling Australia (TMHA) apprentices have been inducted at the company’s Moorebank headquarters in Sydney. custodia samsung a8 2018 The 12 apprentices were drawn from around the country and were accompanied by mentors from their respective TMHA branches. TMHA National Technical Advisor Gerry Larney said the company received the highest number of applicants for the 2015 intake in the 11 years of the apprentice program. “We received more than 1000 applications from around the country,” Mr Larney said. cover iphone “This is the biggest by far since we began our apprentice program back in 2005, and this latest intake brings the number of apprentices currently training around the country to 45.” As part of the induction the apprentices were given presentations on Toyota values, company policies and expectations, safety procedures and history. cover custodia iphone At the conclusion of the presentations the apprentices met with members of the senior TMHA management team, including President and CEO Aki Nimura and Executive Vice President and COO Steve Takacs, before being presented with their tools of trade. Mr Larney said TMHA recognises the importance of apprentices to the business. cover iphone x custodia outlet “It’s a real investment in our future,” he said. samsung custodia outlet “We instigated the annual apprentice intake over a decade ago to ensure we have a strong skills base to support us as our business grows.” Mr Takacs, himself a former forklift technician, said TMHA was at the forefront of forklift technician training in Australia, and pioneered specialist TAFE training for Australia’s forklift technicians. “Our customers benefit by having a skilled and knowledgeable team of technicians ready to provide high-quality back-up for the entire range of Toyota material handling equipment,” Mr Takacs said. custodia samsung TMHA supports the training and development of its forklift technicians and apprentices by holding an annual National Skills Contest aimed at keeping them at the cutting-edge of industry standards.

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