Victorian Apprentice of the Year 2012 – Sevag Parseghian

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Congratulations to Sevag Parseghianwho has been named Apprentice of the Year at the 2012 Victorian Training Awards. Sevag was acknowledged for his outstanding performance and dedication throughout his apprenticeship. He completed a Cert III in Automotive Mechanic – Light Vehicle at Kangan Batman Institute of TAFE and was hosted by Mercedes-Benz Melbourne. Sevag worked on many.  He was extremely pleased to be the winner of such a prestigious award and thanked WPC Group and Mercedes-Benz Melbourne as his employers. Sevag is now in the running to win the National Apprentice of the Year award which will be named later in 2012. Mercedes Benz is constantly refining the environmental performance of their vehicles, working on alternative power trains, using new and more eco-friendly production processes and promoting the development of alternative fuels. Read more about the Road to Emission Free Mobility here.


Congratulations also to Stephanie Greene who was finalist in this year’s Victorian Trainee of the Year.  Stephanie recently completed her Cert III in Business at Bendigo Regional Institute of TAFE (BRIT), was employed by WPC Group with her host employer placement at the Department of Justice – Loddon Mallee Region.  Well done Stephanie.

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