Reflecting on another successful year

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25th Anniversary: McDonald Jones Stadium was the place to be at the HunterNet Chairman's Awards where HunterNet employees, it's members and partner companies celebrated 25 years of achievement. Photo: Allen Davis.

25th Anniversary: McDonald Jones Stadium was the place to be at the HunterNet Chairman's Awards where HunterNet employees, it's members and partner companies celebrated 25 years of achievement. Photo: Allen Davis.

A fantastic evening was had by all at the HunterNet Chairman’s Awards with the night showcasing the best that HunterNet, their subsidiaries and partner companies have to offer.

The Chairman’s Awards Dinner is HunterNet’s premier event for the year, and has been held every year since 1992 giving everyone the chance to reflect on the year that has passed.

It also provides the opportunity to recognise the amazing contributions of members, as well as the hard work of the apprentices and trainees employed by the HunterNet Group Training Company (HNGTC).

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Incorporated in 1992, HunterNet is widely recognised within Australian manufacturing and academia as the most successful industry ‘cluster’ of its type nationally.

This year was especially significant with the celebration of two milestones – 25 Years of HunterNet Co-operative and 21 Years of HunterNet Group Training Company.

Training for the future: Casey Hawkins from Roadhound Electronics was awarded the Thales Trainee of the Year Award by Max Kufner. Photo: Peter Stoop.

Training for the future: Casey Hawkins from Roadhound Electronics was awarded the Thales Trainee of the Year Award by Max Kufner. Photo: Peter Stoop.

Everyone at HunterNet would like to congratulate all of this year’s winners and thank everyone for an incredible 12 months.

  • Thales ‘Trainee of the Year’ – Casey Hawkins

Casey said her traineeship has changed her perspective to work and managing people, and feels she performs best when under pressure. Casey is a fast learner with a terrific work ethic and is always willing to help others.

Leaders: Nick Couper from HunterNet Group Training presents John Fraser from BAE Systems the "Host Company of the Year" award. Photo: Peter Stoop.

Leaders: Nick Couper from HunterNet Group Training presents John Fraser from BAE Systems the "Host Company of the Year" award. Photo: Peter Stoop.

  • HunterNet Group Training Company ‘Host Company of the Year’ – BAE Systems

BAE Systems have been a long-time supporter of HNGTC and have a proven training module that continually provides quality candidates and winners.