5th December 2023
Welding Excellence Awards
TMEC are proud to have received another accolade, awarded by Weld Australia at its prestigious annual awards ceremony hosted in Melbourne last week.
TMEC have been awarded the “2023 Training and Education – Organisation Award for Tasmania” at Weld Australia’s Welding Excellence Awards for 2023.
TMEC has been providing welding certification training to the industry for 4 years. The training has included entry-level training up to specific certification standards required by specialist suppliers in defence and other industry sectors.
TMEC’s Advanced Welding Centre provides welder training and assessment utilising the latest augmented reality welding simulators. TMEC delivers industry-led training, providing access to flexible welder training and certification solutions for the Tasmanian industry. TMEC has delivered innovative programs specifically aimed at increasing workforce participation, designed for long-term unemployed and migrants. TMEC has also developed a foundational program for beginners and an inclusive program to increase female participation.
TMEC’s success this year builds on the 2022 awards, where Kiah McCreadie won the “Welding Professional of the Year – Welding Inspector” award. Jayben’s Danny Patmore was this year awarded the top recognition in Tasmania. We congratulate Danny on his success.
Vanessa Skipworth, TMEC’s GM said, “This recognition demonstrates TMEC’s commitment to being an industry leader, delivering a range of training courses and welder certification upskilling and engaging industry capabilities at our Advanced Welding Centre located in Burnie.”
TMEC’s CEO, Ray Mostogl said, “Being recognised in this highly contested space is a wonderful acknowledgement of the collaboration between the trainers, the providers of the content and member companies who are training locally instead of travelling interstate.”
General media enquiries: Alison Hilder, TMEC, 0491 059 443
For Comment Contact: Vanessa Skipworth, TMEC GM, gm(at)tmec.com.au M: 0491 059 408