*Meet our Gold Members* – MAS National

*Meet our Gold Members* – MAS National

Setting you on the pathway to success

Mas National, part of the IntoWork Australia Group, delivers a wide range of support services to empower businesses, individuals and communities across Australia. In collaboration with business, government and industry, Mas work’s to equip Australia’s diverse workforce, employers and communities with the skills they need to grow.

As a trusted Apprenticeship Support Network (AASN) provider, the Mas Experience Stream delivered by MRAEL, also part of the IntoWork Australia Group, focuses on delivering better workplace solutions for individuals and businesses through apprenticeship and trainee programs across all industries. MRAEL have been the leading provider of education, training and employment services in Queensland for 35 years.

Mas Experiences helps thousands of apprentices, trainees and employers nationally, to better navigate the apprenticeship and traineeship system in Australia. This includes being the first point of contact to provide information, including support and advice throughout the process, to ensure a training contract is secured for the chosen qualification for the apprentice or trainee. 

The primary role of a training contract is to formalise and collect all the necessary information for apprentices, trainees and employers to access Federal and State Government funding, subsidies, incentives and FREE assistance from Mas National.

Warren Hale and Dianne Treveton are your local Mas Business Consultants, covering Rockhampton, Gracemere, Mount Morgan, The Capricorn Coast, Marlborough and Shoalwater Bay, including other outlying areas.

Meet Warren Hale

 Warren’s business ownership experience spans over 25 years, and includes ownership in the fast-food and the construction industries (both franchised and non-franchised).

With more than 45 years of industry knowledge, Warren has excelled in a number of roles, including both supervisory and managerial, within manufacturing, chemical processing, metal scrap recycling, aluminium smelting, electric and gas furnace operations, engineering jobbing shops, structural steel fabrication and erection, commercial and domestic construction and abattoir processes.

Warren’s career has included owning his own business’s in Central Queensland, working as a Queensland Senior State Development Officer, Business Advisor with Commerce Queensland and the Federal Government. Currently Warren has been appointed by the Premier of Queensland to the Central Queensland Regional Community Forum for a 2-year tenure.

Warren Hale 
Business Consultant
0448 854 756
Warren.Hale@masnational.com.au 
Dianne Treveton          
Business Consultant        
0498 638 672
Dianne.Treveton@masnational.com.au  

Meet Dianne Treveton

Dianne’s passion is helping and looking after people. Dianne’s career has spanned 30 years across Hospitality, Retail, Medical Administration, Disability Sector, Sales and Marketing, Recruitment, Apprenticeship Services and owned a Photography business for 25 years. Dianne’s current role working with apprentices and trainees is her dream job because she love’s being able to sign them up into their chosen careers and give them a head start in life.  

Hire. Train. Retain.

Mas Experience is an innovative service for employers and provides a new generation of support to hire, train and retain employees.  

Working closely with the local business community and industry stakeholders is an integral part of why we are so successful and are continuing to expand our network of satisfied employers and apprentices and trainees.

Connecting with organisations like Multicultural Australia who deliver Skilling Queenslanders for Work (SQW) programmes in collaboration with Central Queensland University as their registered training organisation delivering Hospitality and Construction courses we are also able to connect the organisation and trainees with potential local employers to continue the pathway these programmes are designed to encourage employment in local communities. 

From the 1st of July 2022 the federal government has introduced a new Australian Apprenticeships Incentive System.

For Employers:

 Priority Wage Subsidy 10% of wages for first and second year apprentices (up to $1,500 per quarter) and 5% of wages for the third year apprentices (up to $750 per quarter). 

Hiring Incentive $3,500 paid in two equal six-monthly instalments at the 6 and 12 month point of their qualification.

For Australian Apprentices:

Australian Apprentice Training Support Payment $1,250 every six months over the first two years of the Australian Apprenticeship, up to $5,000 in total.

Trade Support Loans – Interest free Loans of up to $22,890 (for 2022-23) over the course of the Australian Apprenticeship. 

For more information, please contact us

www.masexperience.com.au

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