Kayla Mallie, Business Administration Trainee at Bama Services, has been selected in the top five of the 77 applicants for the 2015 Queensland Training Awards – Indigenous Trainee of the Year.
“This is a very well deserved recognition of Kayla’s enormous potential and fantastic work ethic,” said Melissa Hardham, Bama Services Support and Wellbeing Manager. “Good luck with the next stage of this process, Kayla. We are behind you all the way.”
Kayla has now completed her traineeship and was presented with her Certificate III in Business Administration yesterday, one year and one month after commencing her traineeship with Bama Services. Kayla joined Bama Services in March 2014 and quickly became an integral part of their team. Her hard work and commitment has seen her complete her traineeship in record time.