Adam Hungerford was awarded “Trainee of the Year” at the Queensland Training Awards, Darling Downs and South West Regional Finals on Friday 25th July.
Adam won the award from two other worthy finalists in the School-based Apprentice or Trainee category. Adam impressed the judges with his ability to apply the skills that he learnt in his traineeship to many other ventures he is involved in. Adam chose a school-based traineeship to gain the essential skills he needed for this future career aspirations in community youth work or humanitarian services. He was presented with a framed finalist certificate and a trophy to commemorate the win.
The awards ceremony was a spectacular evening. Adam was surrounded by many proud supporters, including his parents, school staff, First Impessions Resources trainers, and his employer, Georgie Meacle from Clifton News.