Training Efforts Rewarded
Centennial was named Large Host Employer of the Year at the 2019 Hunter Valley Training Company (HVTC) Excellence Awards.
The Large Host Employer of the Year is awarded to a HVTC host company that demonstrates extensive and quality training solutions for its employees, increasing productivity and achievement within the workforce. It is awarded to a Company that shows the importance of a ‘training culture’, with inclusion of training and development in business planning in innovative, collaborative and creative ways.
“Centennial and HVTC have partnered for over 15 years providing apprenticeships, traineeships and relevant, quality training opportunities for young people in our local community”, explained Centennial’s GM Human Resources, Scott Ambrose, when accepting the award.
“To be recognised for our achievements is testament to the many talented people in our workforce”.
Centennial representatives were also guest speakers at the event with John Tuner (Mine Manager, Myuna) speaking on behalf of the NSW Minerals Council and Tim Clark (Mine Mechanical Superintendent, Mandalong) who shared the story of his career from commencement as a HVTC apprentice.