Ulladulla High School student, Angus Penman-Clark, has made the most of his opportunities to score an apprenticeship thanks to the Job Education Training (JET) program.
The JET program helps students like Angus achieve transition from school to work and assists employers like Designer Eco Tiny Homes to judge if the student has the potential to add value to their business.
Designer Eco Tiny Homes offers a home owner an affordable, highly sustainable, energy efficient, eco-friendly option for housing.
During his week of work experience, Angus demonstrated a wonderful attitude and aptitude which impressed Designer Eco Tiny Homes, CEO, Grant Emans. It was no surprise when Angus was offered a full time Apprenticeship in Construction. On the 22nd November he was signed up by Sarina Russo Apprenticeships, Industry Consultant, Cherylee Maybury.