GTA Stories: Josh Grice

Josh Grice, QLD manager of MEGT, shares some of the success his organisation has enjoyed in placing apprentices and trainees into worthwhile jobs. MEGT, in partnership with SEQ Water, successfully placed a group of fifteen trainees into the utilities provider. The stand out successes were three young women, making headway in a non-traditional trade, and a young indigenous man who found a great fit into a career.

MEGT (Australia) Ltd is a not-for-profit organisation specialising in employment, education, apprenticeships and traineeships since 1982. MEGT offers recruitment and management services, the Indigenous Apprenticeship and Traineeship Network, in addition to education and training.

Group Training Australia Limited (GTA) is the national association representing a network of around 150 Group Training Organisations (GTOs) located throughout Australia. Collectively the national network employs 35000 apprentices and trainees.

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  • Group Training Directory
  • Group Training Australia