Presentation of Industry Awards
Hairdressing Industry Award
Presented by Maria Vaughan & Kirsty Hodgsen- Jarahs Hair
WINNER – Ashlee Glazbrook – Halmani Hair Salon
Ashlee has demonstrated an outstanding commitment to her trade and has been recognized by her employer as a person to drive new initiatives to improve the business.
Ashlee currently manages Halmani Hair Salon in Renmark and is heavily involved in both teaching and supervising the hairdressing team.
Ashlee was selected in the Redken Session Styling Team at the Australian Fashion Festival. She worked backstage with some of Australia’s most well known hair directors and stylists, creating the hair styles for the models paraded in the shows.
She has identified training as extremely valuable and has already enrolled in a Certificate IV in Training and Assessment.
Ashlee has also found time to play sport at the highest level in the Riverland, but her real passion now seems to be music. You can now see her in action as DJ Ashlee, coming soon to your local nightspot.
Industry Trophy presented and Jarah Hairdressing perpetual trophy presented.
Building & Construction Industry Award
Presented by Sue Lamkin – Employers Mutual
JOINT WINNERS – Mathew Barry – Michael Kregar Building & Matthew Littledyke – KOM Glass and Glazing.
Mathew has demonstrated an excellent understanding of all aspects of the carpentry trade and has put considerable effort into enhancing his knowledge and skills.
He was a mature age apprentice and has used his experience to show strong leadership skills in his workplace.
Matthew is one of the few people across the state to be enrolled in, and complete an apprenticeship in glazing.
He has shown great commitment to his family business, while finding time to be heavily involved in the Riverland community
Matthew is proud of his trade as a glazier and feels this has provided him with skills he can utilize anywhere in Australia.
Industry trophies presented by Sue Lamkin