Fusion trainer Mick Mather recently completed a mammoth 2000km road trip across western NSW and the Far South Coast, with an emphasis on assisting those undertaking an apprenticeship or traineeship.
With one eye on the road and the other focused on assisting students, Mick devoted his time to overseeing each student’s pathway and success, resulting in positive outcomes.
“It was a worthwhile trip and I saw many students performing very well,” he said.
“We have many great people signing-up with Fusion and a commitment to completing a course is often rewarded with employment outcomes.
“It was also good to see the countryside flourishing after a dry first half to the year.”
Upon his travels, Mick ventured to Hillston and Carathool to assist Horticulture and Civil trainees.
He then ventured past the mountains of Kosciuoszko and headed further south to picturesque Eden, where he visited Fusion’s Construction and Civil trainees.
Mick has always been a big advocate for nurturing a student’s progress and ensuring they have the best opportunity to finish a course and succeed beyond, often resulting in outstanding employment opportunities.