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Meet some of our current students and graduates in building and trades at RMIT.
Certificate III in Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning
Daniel Farrugia followed in his father’s footsteps, completing a refrigeration and air-conditioning apprenticeship. With two awards recognising his work, he hopes to take over the family business.
Diploma of Building and Construction
A lifelong interest in the construction industry motivated Harleigh Thorpe to study the Diploma of Building and Construction, and he's aiming to eventually work as a project manager in the industry.
Certificate III in Plumbing
Jackie Sims works as she learns, giving her the best of both worlds as she immediately applies the classroom to the workplace in her plumbing apprenticeship.
After being awarded best overall plumbing apprentice and completing his studies, Jason Alford is looking forward to starting his own business.
Certificate III in Electrotechnology Electrician
Katrina Palmer is combining her interest in electrics and electronics with an electrotechnology apprenticeship and was recognised by her employer with their first best electrical apprentice award.
Diploma of Building and Construction (Building)
At school, Madeline Blackwood realised she liked organising teams and seeing projects come together, and so she enrolled in RMIT’s Diploma of Building and Construction.
Maurice Wehbe sees the building and construction industry as a mix of practical and business skills. He’s found a program that develops all areas while building his passion for building the future.
Michelle Johns already had experience in construction but knew she’d need a further qualification to make her dreams come true. At RMIT, she’s getting closer and her passion is only growing.
Nicholas Ryan was offered work in a construction company within months of completing a Diploma of Building and Construction.
Certificate IV in Instrumentation and Control
Richard Imierowicz was recognised for his hard-work when he was awarded Best Instrument Apprentice. He enjoys his work because it's diverse and allows him to learn a range of skills.
Certificate IV in Plumbing and Services
Samuel Northeast had no intention of being stuck behind a desk all day, a Certificate IV in Plumbing and Services offered challenging work – and the chance to work outdoors.
Shahar Schildkraut is inspired by the people she surrounds herself with. At RMIT, that’s enabled her to invest even more of her passion into her studies in building and construction.
Troy Hubben completed a Certificate III in Electrotechnology as a requirement of his work. He now runs his own business.