A young migrant who served four years and nine months of his trade training in Australia is now concluding his apprenticeship at huge steelworks at Port Kembla, 56 miles south of Sydney, New South Wales. He is Otto Zeizinger, 22, who came from Melk, near Vienna, nearly a year ago. Otto's qualifications were recognised and approval given him to complete his apprenticeship by the steelworks, which also provides a staff training scheme for apprentices and for employees studying part or full-time for degrees in engineering, metallurgy and chemistry. Otto advises migrants to bring evidence of their trade training with them to Australia. Otto operating a lathe in the main machines shop at Port Kemble steelworks
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