It commences in September with applications now open. To find out more about the course contact Paul Johnson, General Manager Training at SAGE on 08-8276 0712 or by email The course is modelled on a similar program in place interstate, where SAGE has worked in partnership with RMIT University to deliver instrumentation training to Xstrata and Stanwell Corporation operations in Mount Isa. TAFE SA is the largest provider of vocational education and training in South Australia delivering more than 1000 courses to an average of 80,000 students per year across the State.
Jon said, â€œIt is our intention is to leverage off the national resource pool of engineers with the aim to employ Tasmanian based engineers to work on Tasmanian projectsâ€�. With the expansion to be managed from Victoria, Paul
Markwick General Manager Vic/Tas said, â€œI am very pleased to be able to create new business opportunities and look forward to supporting Jon in growing the Tasmanian businessâ€�. Paul was particularly pleased to welcome Jon back to SAGE
in this new role as an ideal way for SAGE
to enter this parochial market.
They have significantly increased their share of work in the last two years and engaged with the defence industry with attendance at tradeshows, defence industry events and marketed themselves as a defence SME.â€� Extract from the awards announcement in SA Defence Business Magazine. The Defence Sector for SAGE Automation as grown from $2 to $8 Million in one year, bolstered by key projects for Defence Primes including BAE, Chemring and Navantia. General Manager Defence, Paul Johnson, in accepting the award, recognised the vision of SAGE founder and Managing Director, Andrew Downs, who identified the defence sector as a viable market for SAGE and supported the journey to becoming a key SME in the defence sector.
however reclaimed his
spot again on lap 5 and stayed in front until slipping off the road and letting Baxter through.
because of his
accident yesterday and Edge was unable to fix his
Head Gasket. Johnson was released from an overnight stay in hospital following yesterdayâ€™s high speed 2.5 G hit at the turn 8 sweeper.
Heavily bruised and sore, the Western Australian now faces a tough task to rebuild the Grove Fruit Juice Holden before the next round in 5 weeks. Steve Robinson happy with his
9th spot in Race Three was awarded the Armor All Best Presented Award for his
Green and Yellow Tusker Beer and Air Vanuatu Ford BF. Big Gun Racings, Brad â€œPackerâ€� Patton won The CI Performance Hole Shot Award for the best race start in Race Two picking up $500 cash, Reigning Champion, Layton Crambrook didnâ€™t have the best start to the season with DNFâ€™s in Race One and Two.