At Programmed, we take every opportunity to provide meaningful, long term employment through apprenticeships and training opportunities. We see the value derived from bringing new thoughts and ways of working into our business.
Michael Buggie has been employed full time with Programmed Electrical Technologies for the entirety of his apprenticeship (2017-2021). During this time, he has worked solely as an Audio Visual and Communications technician delivering service, maintenance and project work within the technology division. Our QLD team have seen incredible value in having Michael as a member of the team. He has contributed to come of the team’s most iconic AV projects, namely:
- Shell Australia – Project 275
- Unity Water – Unified Conferencing Upgrades
- Department of Justice & Attorney General – Court Room Technology Refresh
- Brisbane Girls Grammar School – Science & Learning Centre
- Griffith University – Moot Court
Our Project Manager has had the pleasure of overseeing Michael’s growth and apprenticeship for the last 4 years:
“Michael has earned a respected place amongst his peers due to an impeccable work ethic and attitude to go above and beyond. Almost immediately, Michael was noted as having a particularly strong ability to learn new technologies and undertake technical tasks to a high standard, not expected of a first- or second-year apprentice…”
Michael’s work ethic and technical ability has secured him a pathway into our engineering and technical commissioning team. He will be mentored into a senior commissioning role, enabling his expertise to be passed on to new starters and tradesman.
On behalf of QLD’s Electrical Technologies team and the wider Electrical Technologies business, we congratulate Michael on all the exciting opportunities that are now ahead of him.