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Support Payment Recipients

2016 Recipients

To date, we have assisted 233 people who are now a step closer to realising their aspirations and achieving their full potential.

If you would like to know about more about them and what training they have done (or are doing) please have a look at the following industry specific brochures or read on for a part of their story.

Baking - Keva Freeman
Chocolates -  Lynn Green
Cheese - Kris Lloyd

Meat - Alan Holloway and Corey Barr
Microbrewery - Justin Murdock 

Story of one of our recipients – Keva Freeman (video) 
 

MARCH 2021 SUPPORT PAYMENT RECIPIENTS 

Alex Prior

Alex is extremely passionate and motivated and also our youngest F&B recipient to date.

With the opportunity to learn and be involved in the brewing, packing, distribution and marketing processes at One Barrel Brewing in addition to being Brand Ambassador he has attended multiple festivals and functions.  With a clear passion for the creativeness of craft beer and entrepreneurship we are pleased to assist Alex with extension studies at Flinders University.

 

Robert Hunt

With a background of brewing beer commercially Rob has seen interesting changes in the market over the last 8 years and has become increasingly interested in the non-alcoholic side of the beverage industry.

With a keenness to explore Kombucha we are pleased to assist Rob with the Kombucha Masterclass provided by Mananova in the USA.  Main focuses of the course include market trends and threats; science; brewing methods; laboratory; scaling up; designing flavour and colour; virtual factory tours; quality control and case studies.

Rob is our first recipient who has been interested in Kombucha and we look forward to sharing his path in this expanding sector.

 

Damien Mulholland

Damine owns a coffee roasting business in the Barossa Valley called Bean Addiction.

He would like to hone and formalise his skills as a Coffee Roaster and will be completing a comprehensive Coffee Roasting Course with Anne Cooper from Equilibrium Master Roasters in Victoria.

 

Shannon Barrett

For many people 2020 was one of those years to consider your employment and career options and Shannon is one of those people.

With a complete career change Shannon is following his passion into the craft beer sector and will be completing Cert III Food Processing (Brewing) at TAFESA Regency.  He wants to understand everything about brewing and at the end of day simply wants to brew good beer.

 

Natasha Goldsmith

Owning a smallgoods production business means you need to be multiskilled across all aspects of the business.

Tash together with her husband Scott own Steinys Traditional Mettwurst in Nuriootpa and are both very proud and passionate about their brand and the products they make. 

We are pleased to be able to assist Tash with funding to complete Cert III Meat Processing (Smallgoods manufacture) with William Angliss Institute.

 

 

JANUARY 2020 SUPPORT PAYMENT RECIPIENTS 

Tim Angove

 

Tim Angove Having established Burra Scrumpy Cumpany in 2015 Tim has an apple orchard and cellar door which unfortunately has been in drought for the last 2 years. He is keen to support the tourism industry of the mid north and potentially expand work opportunities in the region and will be completing Cert III Food Processing microbrewing at TAFESA.  

Tania Cavaiuolo

Tania Cavaiuolo With a working history as a Chef and as a "Cheese Professional" Tania would like to develop her skills in product development and quality assurance.  She will be undertaking a Diploma of Food Science and Technology at TAFESA Regency.

James Chirgwin

James Chirgwin James is a previous F&B recipient who has worked in the meat industry since he left school by completing his Butchery Apprenticeship and is now working in Smallgoods.  He would like to excel in the industry and will be completing a Diploma of Business. 

Belinda Hellyer

Belinda Hellyer Brewed By Belinda is an award-winning boutique tea company creating organic artisan loose-leaf tea blends and herbal/fruit tisanes.  Belinda holds both a Certified Tea Master and Certified Tea Blender qualification with Australian Tea Masters and will be using her funding to complete a Korean Tea Tour.

brewedbybelinda.com.au

Peter Kennedy

Peter Kennedy As a winemaker Peter would like to expand and improve his knowledge of wine regions and styles to enhance his wine evaluation skills and help set benchmarks for style and quality.  He will be undertaking WSET level 3 through TAFESA.

Kelly Magor

Kelly Magor Kelly is the owner of Forage & Feast an artisan producer of small batch condiments.  She will be completing a Diploma of Food Science and Technology at TAFESA Regency to provide her with additional compliance and HACCP skills and knowledge.

forageandfeast.com.au

Sharon Remphrey

Sharon Remphrey Working as a Chef Sharon loves every opportunity she has to learn new things and improve her skills.  She has always had a passion for desserts with cake decorating being her hobby and potential future business opportunity.  She will use her funding to complete Cert III Patisserie at TAFESA Regency.

Mary Retallack

Mary Retallack Mary is an agricultural scientist and third-generation viticulturist who assists many people and organisations within the wine industry.  Her funding will be used to complete an Australian Institute of Company Directors course.

viti.com.au

 

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