News bulletin: 1 November 2012
Seven individuals and two organisations will represent Victoria at the 2012 Australian Training Awards on 16 November.
Among them is Sevag Parseghian who was named Victorian Apprentice of the Year at the 2012 Victorian Training Awards.
After completing a Diploma in Engineering Technology, Sevag followed his passion in the automotive trade, starting his apprenticeship in Certificate III in Automotive Mechanical Technology Light Vehicle at Kangan Institute.
Sevag’s enthusiasm led him to be selected as the only apprentice in the pit crew for Mercedes-Benz’s AMG Drive Experience Program. As well as many other achievements, he was awarded with the 2010 WPC Group Apprentice of the Year and the 2011 Snap-on Tools Apprentice of the Year.
All winners at the Australian Training Awards receive $5000 and runners-up receive $2500.
For more information, see: Australian Training Awards
Pictured: Victorian Apprentice of the Year Sevag Parseghian