RCH Building Apprentice Award Winers2015

RCH Building Apprentice Award Winers 2015 – L to R – Rowan Hennessy, Ananaiasa (Junior) Tabulutu, Bryce Darmody

Bryce DarmodyCarpenter

In the final year of his carpentry apprenticeship, Bryce is planning on sub-contracting for a year or so while he completes his builders’ license before establishing his own business. Bryce has participated in the Worldskills competition for carpentry, and has received MBA awards throughout his apprenticeship. Bryce has represented the ACT in both rugby league and rugby union, and keeps himself involved in the Bungendore Tigers junior rugby league club

A very surprised Rowan Hennessy receives a new Fixing Gun

A very surprised Rowan Hennessy receives a new Fixing Gun kindly donated by Total Tools.

Rowan HennessyCarpenter

Rowan consistently achieved “A” grades in Woodwork classes at school, earning him awards of recognition and an ACTEWAGL Scholarship. Now in the second year of his carpentry apprenticeship, Rowan was awarded the MBA 1st year apprentice of the year award in 2014, and competed in the 2015 Worldskills competition. His aim is to have his own business working on renovations. Rowan enjoys team sports, participating in rugby league, rugby union and Oz-tag, and umpiring softball.

Ananaiasa (Junior) TabulutuCarpenter

Starting out as a painter, Junior then spent four years in the infantry, followed by a Cert III in Fitness before changing direction and choosing to complete a carpentry apprenticeship. Now in the nal year, and with a family of 5 children, his goal is to gain his builders certifcate and work for himself. He spends his free time with his young family and volunteers at his church and participating in multicultural dances.

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