Female apprentices in New South Wales, Australia can now apply for a scholarship, thanks to the Sarah Lloyd Scholarship Fund Incorporated and Apprentices Trainees Employment Ltd (ATEL). The scholarship of $2,000 will be used to assist female apprentices in any Non-Traditional Trade with the purchase of tools and other expenses related to their career. The Scholarship The
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT FROM WAGGA WAGGA TAKES TWO Thank you for your patience and your on going support of Thomas Brothers Wagga Wagga Takes 2. Unfortunately our event, like so many others has been impacted by the current COVID-19 situation. The Takes 2 Committee has met with the 2020 cast and other stakeholders and has decided
Fame going to his head 😂 To watch and listen to Daniel’s interview on Triple M Riverina, click on the image. Sarah would be so chuffed.
Here’s to our Tradie Ladies in non-traditional roles, on International Women’s Day. Smashing it ladies 👷🏻♀️👷♀️👷🏻♀️👷♀️
Daniel shares his inspiring story on the radio 📻. Ahead Of Wagga Wagga Takes 2. Great interview 👍 Click HERE to listen to the story on the Hit Network
Wagga Wagga Takes 2 tickets go on sale 10am March 14. Get in quick, these are the hottest tickets in town for a great night out.
Our very own Director and Co-Founder DANIEL LLOYD will be performing in the next Thomas Brothers Wagga Wagga Takes Two! April 16th, 17th and 18th 2020!
A fantastic write up featuring one of our 2019 Scholarship recipients, Kasey Burton. Learn a little bit more about one of our very own Lady Tradies. #engineering #congratulations #fabrication #electrician #apprenticeship #carpentry #scholarship #sarahlloydscholarshipfund #tradieladies #tradieladyclub #nontraditional #trades #nonprofitorganizations
Recently one of our 2019 Scholarship Recipients Taylah Gerecke spoke to Wodonga Senior Secondary College students alongside Alanah Osingna. Taylah and Alanah spoke to female Wodonga Senior Secondary students, about their experiences in an apprenticeship and traineeship respectively. Image: Border Mail
Madeline Jackson from Gulgong, Apprenticeship in Engineering and Fabrication. Taylah Gerecke from Albury, Apprenticeship in Electrotechnology Electrician and Kasey Burton from Armidale, Apprenticeship in Carpentry. Thank you to family, friends and employers of our recipients, for attending the Scholarship Presentation and continuing support. Sarah Llloyd Scholarship Fund, would like to make a special mention and