Bennelong Energy Services is proud to be associated with the NRL and its trade up program to support and mentor young indigenous footballers into the world of fire and electrical accreditations and apprenticeships.
BES has a company structure made up of three directors in Cliff Lyons ex Kangaroo and Manly rugby league legend who will be involved in the mentoring of the young indigenous men and promoting the brand. To add, Bennelong Energy Services other two directors are the co - founders of CES (Corporate Energy Services) Steve Freeman and Gaven Sheehan who bring a wealth of experience in the corporate operations and management sector. The three directors bring years of knowledge to the table which will be pivotal in providing a pathway for the indigenous rugby league players to have a career away from football.
BES will provide PPM and reactive service in the fire, electrical and boiling and chilled water services. The parent company CES www.corporateenergyservices.com.au which has been established for six years and have a team of fifteen service trucks running out of Perth, Sydney and Melbourne will support and manage BES. BES will hire apprentices, fire technicians and qualified indigenous staff as the company expands.
BES is committed to providing a pathway for indigenous footballers wanting a career after rugby league. Our vision is to one day be able to say that our company played a significant role in making these boys successful in everyday life and have the honour of presenting these boys with accreditations and qualified trade skills. We are also focused on leadership qualities to grow in both of our companies in the long term future.
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