Peter Jensen, self-appointed curator and Master Plumbers’ National Councillor, takes us into the archives to see the treasures of a bygone era.
Apprentices and plumbing businesses in Queensland will be able to access Master Plumbers Group Training in a new partnership between Master Plumbers Queensland and the Master Plumbers and the Mechanical Services Association of Australia.
Following news released earlier this year that All Trades Queensland Pty Ltd had been placed in Administration, Master Plumbers formed Plumbing Apprentices Queensland, a joint venture to save as many Queensland plumbing apprentice jobs and livelihoods as possible.
Master Plumbers is focused on growing the plumbing, roof plumbing and refrigeration sectors to enable talent to enter and succeed in our dynamic industry. This opportunity strengthens the long-standing relationship between Master Plumbers and Mechanical Services Association of Australia and Master Plumbers’ Association of Queensland which represents the largest associations of plumbing employers in Australia.
New PAQ staff are Brett Beauchamp (Manager), Wayne Smith (Field Officer and Apprentice Mentor) and Grace Squires (OHS and Return To Work Coordinator).