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MAX Cranes looks to the future

MAX Cranes launch Academy and National Traineeship Program.

South Australian MP for Stuart, Dan van Holst Pellekaan recently spoke at the launch of the MAX Academy and National Traineeship Program today in Port Augusta.

Fifteen trainees (13 from MAX and 2 from CBCH) signed their Certificate III or Certificate IV in Mobile Crane Operations contracts of training today – the first qualifications accepted in South Australia. One additional apprentice entered a contract in Commercial Trailer Technology. Another initiative through MAX Academy is the employment of a candidate who successfully completed a Rigger Pre-Apprenticeship program and will be offered a traineeship next week.

Managing Director Mark Kuhn has always championed young people from the Upper Spencer Gulf region, more than 50 trainees have learned their skills at MAX … and as Mark said today, ‘young people are the future of our industry’.

Lou Sapio for MAX Strategy, Business & People, put in the hard yards to pull all the elements of the Academy together – strategic partnerships, culmination of MAX training programs and support from Department for Innovation and Skills – South Australia . Lou states ‘The MAX Academy offers nationally recognised qualifications in the specialist lifting industry, delivered by the industry leaders, providing world class training through guaranteed experience and exposure.”

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