Tristan Little Named MBA’s Midwest Indigenous Apprentice of the Year

Pindan’s Tristan Little was awarded as the Master Builder’s Association’s Mid-West Indigenous Apprentice of the Year at their recent awards ceremony.

Jerome Browne, Branch Manager (Geraldton – Mid-West Gascoyne Region), said the award was a wonderful result, especially considering Tristan is only a second year apprentice.

 

Dean Pascoe from Retravision and Tristan Little

“It is wonderful to have Tristan’s hard work and dedication recognised in this way and we are extremely proud of him,” he said.

As a second year apprentice Tristan has surpassed our expectations and not only demonstrates great trade skills, but a high level of work ethic and is a great team member

Jerome Browne

Tristan will complete his apprenticeship in 2021 and said as an Indigenous Australian his apprenticeship was very important to him.

Winning the award is a great honour. I see myself as a strong role model in the community for other young Indigenous Australians to show them they can achieve anything if they put their minds and efforts into it like I have

Tristan Little

The award ceremony was held on Saturday 13th October at the Geraldton Grammar School.

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