Mary's powering through a male-dominated industryRead more about Mary's powering through a male-dominated industry
Before being crowned Apprentice of the Year, Mary was working in retail. Her craving for a combination of academics and hands-on skills would lead her to start an electrical apprenticeship through an all-female training program. That bright spark of an idea would soon become a dream career!
Zach's roaring his way to successRead more about Zach's roaring his way to success
Zach Davis has a passion for working with cars. Through CDU’s VET for Secondary Students, Zach was able to start studying a Light Automotive Certificate whilst he was in high school. After graduating, he went to the Gold Coast 600 to work with the Red Bull Holden Racing team.
From shoestring travelling to a six-figure salaryRead more about From shoestring travelling to a six-figure salary
The lure of Europe was strong for Marc when he finished high school, so off he went. After a few years of travelling on a budget and being away from family, he decided it was time head home and get a trade.
CDU is helping futureproof a local business and its employeesRead more about CDU is helping futureproof a local business and its employees
Electric NT is a successful electrical contracting business that began operating in the Northern Territory a decade ago who believe that knowledge and quality work practises are the keys to success and longevity.
From self-doubt to star apprentice: Yron's storyRead more about From self-doubt to star apprentice: Yron's story
Despite being out of school for so long, Yron tackled his eletrotechnology course head on and emerged as CDU Apprentice of the Year. His secret? Learning from former tradies with a solid grasp of what they were teaching.
From a four-year apprenticeship, to a four-decade jobRead more about From a four-year apprenticeship, to a four-decade job
“When I was growing up in Darwin, I didn’t really hear much about mechanical fitters,” said Eddie Clarke, who’s currently pursuing a Certificate III in Mechanical Engineering at Charles Darwin University.
Meet Rory, the Australian Apprentice of the YearRead more about Meet Rory, the Australian Apprentice of the Year
Overseeing the move of Big Kev the dinosaur may not be the most important recent event in Rory Milner’s life, but it’s right up there. “Big Kev is a Territory icon. People ask me, ‘How’s Kev? Will he be safe?” says the Charles Darwin University graduate.
Powering our careers in a male-dominated industryRead more about Powering our careers in a male-dominated industry
If you're a woman chasing a career in the trades, be inspired by Stacey and Olivia. They're combining job placements, trades training and a strong work ethic to power ahead in the electrical and refrigeration trades.
From the Navy to Engineering, via rural India: Meet DionRead more about From the Navy to Engineering, via rural India: Meet Dion
From working as an Electrical Marine Technician in the Navy, enrolling in a Bachelor of Engineering, to eventually finding himself in Western India as part of an Engineers Without Borders Summit, CDU student Dion Morrow’s path to becoming an Electrical Engineer as certainly been an interesting one.