MPREC is excited to announce the arrival of two new staff members to our team.
Stephen Bowerman and Brendan Doyle both bring many years of experience with them and will be valuable additions to our organisation.
Stephen has worked in the Vocational Education Training industry for over 20 years with numerous RTO’s, Private Enterprises and Government Departments. He has held roles including Vocational Trainer & Assessor, Instructional Designer and Career Coaching and Transition Mentor and joins us from Narara on the NSW Central Coast.
He is looking forward to working alongside Christine Rieksen, Jacob Young and Wendy Randall as part of the Programs team.
Brendan has spent the last 10 years in the automotive industry and worked in the CDEP program in Mendindee, far west NSW. From there he opened a small cafe in 2001, which was a finalist in the Indigenous Business Awards the following year.
Brendan will be working alongside of Chris Delany on VTEC programs and as Case Manager, he will be helping to connect Indigenous job seekers gain employment and bring together support services necessary to prepare job seekers for long term employment.
He is looking forward to the challenge and learning path he is about to undertake.
Photo: Stephen Bowerman
Photo: Brendan Doyle
This initiative is funded/supported by the Australian Government.