The 2019 winners of the West Australian Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Awards have been announced.
A record crowd of more than 350 attendees came together at the new Westin Hotel Grand Ballroom in Perth. Adding a touch of history to proceedings, the venue stands on the same site where sponsor Baker Air Conditioning opened its first premises more than 80 years ago. Other supporters of the event included AMCA, AIRAH, South Metropolitan TAFE and the Alan Roberts Memorial Fund.
The winners were:
Best Performance in Pre-Apprentice Studies – Oscar Phillip Holil (Australian HVAC Services Pty Ltd)
Most deserving student in the first year of apprentice training – Dylan Gregory Moses (Centigrade Services Pty Ltd)
Best performance in the first year of apprentice training – Jamison Michael Watts (Ant’s Airconditioning & Refrigeration)
Most deserving student in the second year of apprentice training – Lucas Pilot (Sodexo Remote Sites Australia Pty Ltd)
Best performance in the second year of apprentice studies – Megan Sue Dixon (CMS Engineering Pty Ltd)
Most deserving student in third year of apprentice training – Lorenzo Cecamore (Mechanical Project Services Pty Ltd)
Best performance in the third year of apprentice training – Kirsty Egerton (BurkeAir Pty Ltd)
Best performance in Diploma studies, Mark Anthony Fuente (Heat Exchanger)
Refrigeration and air conditioning apprentice of the year – Christopher Kuek (Rankin Park Pty Ltd)
Airefrig Australia scholarship award – Ryan Connor May (Southern Air)
Trainer of the Year – Burke Air (BSA)