Future Leaders of the Industry

Jaiden Tesoriero

This month we introduce 19-year-old Jaiden Tesoriero, who has recently completed his autobody repair apprenticeship at TAFE NSW Campbelltown and is working with Monza Smash Repairs in Marrickville.
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Callum Bishop

This month we introduce 19-year-old Callum Bishop, who recently completed his autobody refinish apprenticeship with PB Smash Repairs in Nowra and who also joined the PPG NSW scholarship program in 2018.
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Zander Fattore

The latest future leader of the industry presentation was made at TAFE NSW Wagga Wagga Campus to 19-year-old Zander Fattore, who is a third year spray painting apprentice with Griffith Beat and Spray.
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Mark O’Connell

This month we introduce 24-year-old Mark O’Connell, a fourth year spray painting apprentice with Sheen Panel Service in Tooronga and a student at Kangan Institute’s Automotive Centre of Excellence.
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Luke Peters

The latest Future Leader presentation was made at Kangan Institute’s Automotive Centre of Excellence to Luke Peters of Sheen Panel Services. Luke was recently named Kangan Institute Automotive Refinishing Apprentice of the Year.
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Maxine Colligan’s journey

This month we reflect on the journey of one our most enthusiastic, optimistic and passionate Future Leaders. From an out-of-work teenager to a Skilleroo, Maxine Colligan is an inspiration to young women everywhere.
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Cameron Killen

The latest Future Leader presentation was made to Cameron Killen, a second year autobody repair apprentice from Killen’s Smash Repairs in Armidale, NSW who represents the third generation to work in the family business.
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Amber Gabelich

The latest Future Leader presentation was made at The Kangan Institute’s Automotive Centre of Excellence in Melbourne to Amber Gabelich, a final year spray painting apprentice from Riviera Panels in Bairnsdale.
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Matthew Brandt

The latest Future Leader presentation was made at the IAG regional office on Wharf Street, Newcastle to Matthew Brandt, an autobody repair technician from Cessnock Smash Repairs and gold medallist at the 2018 Worldskills Nationals in Sydney.
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Parviz Hasanyar

The latest Future Leader presentation was made at the IAG Research Centre in Sydney to Shawn Buie of Hornsby Prestige Smash Repairs and Parviz Hasanyar of Carlingford Prestige Smash Repairs, both third year autobody repair apprentices at Campbelltown TAFE.
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