ERA apprentices finalists in Territory awards

13 November 2017

Energy Resources of Australia (ERA) employs a number of apprentices across multiple disciplines and years and is proud to support them to develop their skills, industry networks and to recognise their hard work and achievements.

On Friday 10 November ERA 2nd Year Heavy Diesel Apprentices, Brock Hope and Jaala Alley, were finalists at the 2017 TIO Northern Territory Automotive Apprentice of the Year Awards.

The Awards ceremony was held at Parliament House in Darwin and recognised the best automotive apprentices in the industry across the Northern Territory.

While Brock and Jaala didn’t take out the top prize, we’re still very proud of their hard work during the year and their growth as role models for others in rural communities looking to take on a trade or apprenticeship.

2017 TIO Northern Territory Automotive Apprentice of the Year Awards

Brock Hope

• Nominated for 2nd Year Indigenous Automotive Apprentice / Trainee of the Year

Jaala Alley

• Nominated for 2nd Year Heavy Diesel Apprentice of the Year

L-R: Mickitja Onus (ERA Indigenous Support Officer), Brock Hope (second year ERA Heavy Diesel Apprentice), Jaala Alley (second year ERA Heavy Diesel Apprentice), and Chris Hattingh (Acting General Manager Operations Ranger Mine).