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Migas offers dual trade training

29-07-2013
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The use of solar energy has been a major growth area within Australia over the past five years.
 
This advancement in power generation, and other advancements specifically in the renewable energies, have an influence on the air-conditioning/refrigeration and electrical sectors.
 
For many reasons these two trades have always been considered sister trades as there are a number of fundamentals that overlap between the two.
 
If you are part of the air-conditioning and refrigeration or electrical industry and want to make a difference, MIGAS would like to hear from you.
 
MIGAS Apprentices & Trainees is a leading National Group Training Organisation that hosts apprentices, trainees and school-based employees in hundreds of businesses across Australia.
 
MIGAS is currently working with various government departments and industry bodies to get the dual trade Air-conditioning and Refrigeration and Electrical Dual Trade Apprenticeships qualification approved and funded.
 
Call MIGAS and be part of the first group to benefit from this new initiative. Your input is most welcomed.
 
MIGAS
Ph: 1300 464427

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