KCA Apprenticeship Bursary Recipients

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2016 KCA Winter Bursary RecipientStuart St. Germain is presented with a $500.00 Kenora Construction Association Apprenticeship Bursary by Rick Moore, Kenora Construction Association’s President.

2016 KCA Winter Bursary RecipientsAndrew Moore and Curtis Hartog are each presented with $500.00 Kenora Construction Association Apprenticeship Bursaries by Rick Moore, Kenora Construction Association’s President and Maryann Roy, Kenora Construction Association’s Board of Director.

Kenora, Ontario, February 28, 2017 – The Kenora Construction Association presented its final three bursaries for the 2016 year to recipients Stuart St. Germain an employee of A.K. & Company (Kenora) Ltd., Curtis Hartog an employee of Kenon Builders Inc. and Andrew Moore an employee of Kenora Flooring Canada. Each recipient received a $500.00 Apprenticeship Bursary. This bursary was established to recognize the hard work and dedication of individuals pursuing a career in the trades.

The Kenora Construction Association provides up to five $500.00 apprenticeship bursaries for the current calendar year. The applicants must be employed by a Kenora Construction Association member organization; and must be enrolled as a full-time student in an apprenticeship program in the current calendar year. Application forms are available from the Kenora Construction Association office, located at 101 Park Street as well as on our website at www.kenoraconstructionassociation.ca.

“The Kenora Construction Association is once again pleased to assist employees of our member companies who value training and encourage their workers to obtain certification in their respective trades. Stuart St. Germain is an employee of A.K. & Company (Kenora) Ltd. He completed his final level of schooling at Conestoga College in Kitchener and is now a certified Low Rise Sheet Metal Installer. Stuart will be continuing his schooling in the future to earn additional certifications.” Rick Moore, President of the Kenora Construction Association.

“Curtis Hartog recently completed his second level of carpentry at Conestoga College in Waterloo. Curtis is employed at Kenon Builders Inc. and hopes to attend his third and final level of schooling in March at Georgian College in Owen Sound.” Rick Moore, President of the Kenora Construction Association.

“Andrew Moore is an employee of Kenora Flooring Canada. He completed his final level of schooling at the College of Carpenters and Allied Trades in Toronto and is now a certified floor covering installer journeyperson. The program also allowed him to earn additional certifications for specific products related to the flooring industry.” Rick Moore, President of the Kenora Construction Association.

“Curtis and Andrew are working towards obtaining their Red Seal certification which allows them to work anywhere in Canada without the need to take further training.” Rick Moore, President of the Kenora Construction Association.

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