MPAQ Plumbing Ambassadors
As the peak industry body representing plumbers and gasfitters in Queensland, MPAQ have a vested interest in ensuring the future of the industry. MPAQ is committed to working alongside ambassadors from the industry, assisting them in driving future apprentices into the trade and making sure there are enough apprenticeships available for those career seekers.
The MPAQ Plumbing Ambassadorship program enables current industry individuals to represent and promote the plumbing and gas industry to future apprentices, the general public, and other business owners. Ambassadors have the opportunity to share their story and get the personal satisfaction of giving back to the industry.
Three outstanding individuals from the plumbing and gas industry were named 2023 Queensland Plumbing Ambassadors by Master Plumbers’ Association of Queensland (MPAQ) to help promote plumbing and gas fitting as a career and champion a sustainable future of the industry.
Warwick Royal, director at Plumbaround Pty Ltd; Jacinta Marshall, office manager of Plumbrite Solutions; and Nick Anderson, apprentice at Evermore Plumbing & Gas, were revealed as the ambassadors during MPAQ’s World Plumbing Day breakfast. The event was held on Friday 10 March 2023 at Rydges South Bank in South Brisbane.
(From left to right) Penny Cornah, Executive Director of Master Plumbers’ Association of Queensland; Warwick Royal, Director of Plumbaround Pty Ltd; Nick Anderson, Apprentice at Evermore Plumbing & Gas; Jacinta Marshall, Office Manager of Plumbrite Solutions; Hon. Dianne Farmer, Minister for Employment and Small Business and Minister for Training and Skills Development; Hon. Mick de Brenni, Minister for Energy, Renewables and Hydrogen and Minister for Public Works and Procurement; and Kent Vickers, President of Master Plumbers’ Association of Queensland.
To find out more or to have the ambassadors attend your event or school to talk about the plumbing trade, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.