Ochlan Parsons-King is a first stage apprentice carpenter employed by Master Builders Apprenticeship Services and placed with AW Edwards.
Ochlan started his building and construction career by working with the Clontarf Foundation while still at school. As a young aboriginal man, Ochlan was mentored and encouraged complete year 12 and pursue a career that he would enjoy and thrive in.
After completing the Master Builders Pre-apprenticeship Program in 2017, he began his apprenticeship placed with AW Edwards working on the Blacktown Hospital Upgrade.
Ochlan features throughout this website as an inspiration and a tribute to his work ethic, commitment to his apprenticeship and great personality!
Master Builders are excited to see where this young man will take his career!
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