Komatsu invests in forklift apprentices
Thursday, 17 June 2010
Seven Hills, New South Wales, Australia
KFA plans to introduce apprentices to all its branches in the near future.
Komatsu Forklift Australia (KFA) has taken on two new apprentices, Scott Williams and Caroline Diaz, as part of its commitment to ensure its future generation of technicians keep the company at the top of its game.
KFA apprentices are selected for their scholastic accomplishments, community mindedness, mechanical aptitude and their dedication to commit to a four-year apprenticeship.
Williams and Diaz, employed at the company's Seven Hills branch, have just finished a successful three-month probation period as first year automotive specialist forklift apprentices.
The company now has apprentices in five of its 11 branches, with plans to introduce apprentices to the rest in the near future.