Alec Wendt Obituary – Alec Wendt is fed with how his first year as a student Boilermaker is voyaging.
The youthful Ellbourn Engineering worker says he appreciates each moment of his time at work and his exchange school blocks, learned at the Barossa Valley Tafe grounds, Nuriootpa.
Toward the beginning of this current year Alec was one of 20 previous Kapunda High School understudies who got monetary help from the Country Education Foundation of Australia, through the Kapunda High School Centenary Foundation.
This help of $1500 empowered Alec to buy the vital arrangement of exchange instruments to prepare him his work.
He is presently moving in the direction of his Boilermaker capabilities in a four-year apprenticeship, with the point of turning into as well as can be expected at his picked exchange.
His work incorporates developing a great trailer, which obviously shows his superb aptitudes.
“I am adapting loads of new aptitudes and how buckling down pays off,” Alec said.
“My time here at Ellbourn’s has been all that I needed it to be.”
Ellbourn Engineering has been working in Kapunda since 2006 with Tim Ellbourn in charge.
In August this year, the Kapunda High School Centenary Foundation will start the way toward granting understudies budgetary help for the 2019 scholarly year.
Understudies keen on taking up apprenticeships, professional preparing and tertiary examinations at college will be welcome to apply.
In the course of recent years, on account of liberal gifts and raising money endeavors, the Centenary Foundation has had the option to help more than sixty understudies who, between them have been conceded over $160,000 towards their picked pathways of considering and learning.