Former NSW soccer representative Maddison Rowe has scored the goal of a lifetime, earning high praise for involvement in the Nowra Bridge Pre-Employment Program.
At 24 years of age, her athletic ability shone throughout the three-month course, assisted by Fulton Hogan and Fusion Training Solutions.
But it was her positive attitude and desire to shoot for the stars in the construction sector which captured the attention of staff and students.
The three-month course involved hands-on training on the $342 million Nowra Bridge project, under the guidance of astute trainer Maison Acton.
“It was a rewarding course, where I learned a lot about construction,” Maddison said.
“I woke with a smile on my face each day, knowing that I was going somewhere that was rewarding and would help with my career,”
Maddison, of Shoalhaven Heads, represented NSW in U18s as an outstanding footballer. She also enjoys motorbike riding.
“I have 12 cousins, they’re all boys,” she said.
“Thankfully, I love the outdoors and I enjoy spending time and hanging out with my cousins. I guess football and motorbikes come with all that.”
Maddison has also spent time working in the childcare industry, where she was a runner-up at the recent NSW Traineeship Childcare Awards.
We, at Fusion, wish her all the best in her future career!