Plumbing apprentice recognised by industry
Rheem helps future generation with grants!



Congratulations to Adam Nebelung, plumbing apprentice from Randwick TAFE  on winning a much deserved 2017 Rheem Apprentice Plumber Grant.

Adam, a second year apprentice, is the sixth generation in his family to become a plumber. His father, great grandfather, great great grandfather, uncle and various cousins are all plumbers. There’s even a Nebelung plumbing business in Norway, run by Adam’s cousin. Adam works for Pipe Perfection, and his employer Darren Clancy calls him “a plumber’s plumber”. He’s the father of two young children (his second child was born in March this year) and Adam works as a chef on the weekends to provide for his young family. The $3,000 grant from Rheem Australia will provide a much-needed financial boost for the family.

Adam says he loves the variety of plumber work, fixing problems and helping people. He wants to be a great role model for his children and has the dream to one day run his own successful plumbing business.

It's great to see someone as hardworking as Andy receive this great recognition and contribution from industry. We wish Andy all the best on completing his apprenticeship at Randwick TAFE.

For more information about Plumbing courses at TAFE NSW. Information on Rheem Apprentice Plumber Grant.
 

2 June 2017

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