“The awards recognise the achievements of outstanding apprentices like Cameron.”
Cameron Scott has been rewarded with a major industry award at the plumbing industry’s night of nights and has been awarded the prestigious Construction Skills Queensland Merv Harris Memorial Bursary Award. Master Plumbers’ Association of Queensland (MPAQ) Chief Executive Officer, Michael McGuinness says the level of competition this year was intense and Cameron is to be congratulated.
“The Construction Skills Queensland Merv Harris Memorial Bursary Award is always highly sought after and Cameron blitzed the field.
Cameron is in his third year of his apprenticeship studying at SkillsTech Eagle Farm and has worked with Jackson Trade services since his work experience days.”
“Cameron works mostly on commercial work including drainage, water mains and sewerage.
He is a team player with excellent skills and has the patience to observe and learn all he can about his trade.”
His employer says that plumbing comes naturally to Cameron and that he is a loyal team player with excellent skills and dedication to his trade Mr McGuinness says both Cameron Jackson Trade Services should be proud of this achievement.
“The awards recognise the achievements of outstanding apprentices like Cameron. The award is proof that as an industry we remain dedicated to recognising those who make an outstanding contribution to our industry and trade. The industry congratulates Cameron on his win.”
A proud moment for everyone involved when Cameron Scott
Pictured left to right. Ian McGibbon (work colleague), Michael & Michelle Jackson (employers), Clint Edmondson (plumbing supervisor), Wendy & Gerard, Scott (proud parents), Maddi Scott (sister), Bec Duff (partner), Cameron Scott (award recipient)
Michael Jackson, an extremely proud employer congratulating Cameron on his award
Cameron Scott pictured with Aidan Leonard, Chief Operations Officer,