Paynters were delighted to join our clients at Kelvin Grove State College this morning for the KGSC Community and Industry Connectivity Breakfast. The school hosted a number of key industry professionals, local businesses, community members, staff and students to discuss future-focused partnerships and pathways for their students.
Our HSEQ Manager Daniel Dunne presented at the event to discuss how Paynters can assist students in acquiring the knowledge, skills and attributes to participate effectively in the Queensland construction market. Paynters are currently hosting two site-based student trainees from KGSC who are gaining their Certificate II in Civil Construction, as our team deliver the new Multipurpose Sports Hall, Learning Centre & GLA facilities as well as the purpose-built Qld Ballet Academy Building to the school community.
The event was very informative, and a great opportunity for both industry representatives and career seekers to gain a true understanding of what opportunities are available to them.