BATHURST apprentice Erin Hunter has been recognised again as a trailblazer.
Ms Hunter was hailed as a “great ambassador” for women when she received the Woman in Non-Traditional Trade Award at the Skillset Awards earlier this year.
Now she has been recognised in the Apprentice Employment Network NSW and ACT 2018 NSW and ACT Group Training Awards.
The awards honour the achievements of apprentices, trainees, host employers and group training organisations in the vocational education and training sector.
Ms Hunter is a finalist in the Woman in Non-Traditional Trade Award, acknowledging her performance and achievements as an apprentice electrotechnology electrician with MRG Electrical.
“MRG Electrical, Skillset and TAFE have worked together to ensure I was at all times on track and understood the theory at TAFE and the relation it had in the real life industry,” Ms Hunter said.
Skillset is also a finalist for the Excellence in Group Training award.
The presentation dinner will be held this Friday, October 12 at Darling Harbour.