What do you enjoy the most about being an Apprentice? My favourite part is the variety that comes with being a Master Builders Apprentice. The different types of work that I have come across and continue to come across daily is amazing for my skill development. Not only do I enjoy all the variations of work, I enjoy working with new people and creating new friendships along the way.
What is your goal once you have completed your Apprenticeship? Upon completion of my apprenticeship I plan to work in second fix commercial, as I enjoy that side of the industry. However, I would not turn down any other areas of this trade as I am forever eager to learn new skills.
Who would you like to thank? I would like to start by thanking my family and girlfriend for providing me with constant support day in and day out and for always having faith in me.
Secondly, I would like to thank all of the tradesmen that I have worked with throughout my journey as an apprentice for showing me the ways of being a carpenter.
Thirdly, I would like to thank my current host Buch Constructions for having me as part of their team and showing up on site everyday to get the job done! With many laughs along the way too.
I would also like to thank the Master Builders Association for providing me with the opportunity to become an apprentice.
What does safety mean to you? Safety to me means being able to go home every night to see your family and then go to work the next day and carry on working with your work mates. It means going home in one piece, in the same or better condition than the day before. Safety is critical in our industry as there is so many hazards around us.
Field Coordinator Comments: Kyle is a valued member of the MBA GTS. Kyle has settled into this placement with great determination to focus on his second fix skills and adapt to the fast paced commercial working environment. Kyle is reliable and has the ability to work as part of a team or through a self-directed workload.
Commencement of Apprenticeship: 16/1/2017
Current Host Employer: Buch Constructions