Mas National wins prestigious state award

Mas National Tasmania (Part of the IntoWork Group) has been recognised on the national stage for their outstanding performance in supporting people into apprenticeships and employment in the region.

The Australian Defence Force Reserves and Employer Support (ADFRES) Awards celebrates the business community and public sector by giving them the public recognition they deserve. Mas won the Tasmanian Not-For-Profit Award earlier this month and had the opportunity to attend the national awards in Sydney on Wednesday (November 22).

Mas National were also invited to an exclusive tour which included a visit to HMAS Canberra, where Mas representatives gained insights into the life and work aboard one of the largest ships in the Royal Australian Navy, the Victoria Barracks and a Sydney Harbour cruise aboard a Navy transport ship, offering the team a rare glimpse into the operations of the Australian Navy.

Mas National Tasmania Operations Manager Warren Ferrari said it was an honour to have won at the state awards and be invited to attend the national awards, “This achievement is a testament to the unwavering dedication and hard work of our team, who tirelessly support individuals and communities. It is a privilege to be part of an organisation that makes a positive impact and creates opportunities for those who need it most in Tasmania,” he said.

Mr Ferrari said attending these awards and experiencing the day’s activities had deepened Mas’s appreciation for the ADF and the critical role of reservists, “It’s inspiring to see first-hand the support extended to employers like us, who are committed to facilitating our employees’ service in the reserves,” he said.

“The Defence Employer Support Awards serve as a vital platform to acknowledge and celebrate civilian employers who go above and beyond in supporting their reservist employees. MAS National’s participation in the event and the experiences shared in Sydney underscore the organisation’s dedication to this cause and its role in strengthening the bond between civilian workplaces and the ADF.”

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