Key Employment held their annual Golf Day on Friday the 3rd of May. The day was held at the picturesque Coffs Harbour GC. Members of businesses around the Coffs Harbour region participated trying to win the coveted Key Employment shield. Tales were told and shots were hit but there could be only one winner. The team of Nathan Wills (KE), Michael Crossland (Celebrity), Andy Manning (Willaid) and Shawn Campbell (PRD Real Estate) were victorious. They beat the team of John Davis (KE), Paul Amos (Bailey Centre) Mark McLurg (Coffs Solar Energy) and Peter Richardson (Faircloth and Reynolds). A special mention must go to a few players, Cameron Pollard, Josh Ives and Lachie Smith who all just returned from Macau, playing in the Macau Masters, a national disability golf event. Cameron Pollard was the eventual winner. Pretty cool stuff. Thanks to all those that participated in our day, we look forward to a bigger and better one next year.
“This is a necessary course for people with low esteem, life skills and self worth. There is a sense of achievement at the conclusion of the course with the added bonus of feeling that going forward is achievable.”
“I am happy with the friendliness and helpfulness from everyone at Key Training. I have gained knowledge and skills about business which will help me in the future. I am really thankful to be helped and can’t wait to complete the course.”
“I like KAPOW because I can do the work well and the trainers are accepting. It is better than school and is helping get me a job.”
“Key Employment assessed my needs and organised the correct and appropriate training to help me upskill and to improve my employment options and chances.”
“The trainer has helped me overcome barriers by building up confident work ethics and helped me to understand being in a formal working environment. Key Training is a social environment as well as a learning environment where we are all treated equal.”