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NewsSeptember 30th, 2022

Bradken Apprentice shares her experiences as a woman in welding

First year apprentice Boilermaker Haylee Megahey, from Bradken's site in Mount Thorley, New South Wales, features in the September edition of online publication Australian Welding.

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“My Bradken teammates have given me a lot of support. From the start they’ve been willing to share their knowledge with me and have never hesitated or doubted me when I’ve asked to try something new, making me feel comfortable and confident that this was the right career move for me.”
Hear more about the experiences of one of Bradken’s Women in Welding, first year apprentice Boilermaker Haylee Megahey, in the September edition of Weld Australia’s online journal Australian Welding on pages 20-21. Click on the link to view the full edition: Australian Welding - September 2022.
Bradken is committed to supporting the communities we operate in and education is a key focus area of this support, particularly for young women in trade and STEM fields. We have a long and proud history of hosting local apprentices, helping them learn, grow and develop skills that will carry them into the future.

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