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MBA supports apprentices

BusinessMinister for Aboriginal Affairs Victor Dominello has today announced that four new Aboriginal apprentices had started work with the Master Builders Association of NSW, taking the total to 13, since an agreement with the NSW Government was signed in April.

Mr Dominello congratulated newly appointed Aboriginal apprentices, Renee McKeown, Nicole Daws, Dylan Davies and Andrew Dargan at State Parliament today. MBA...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 19 November 2014 08:11

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Indigenous construction students celebrate

BusinessTAFE NSW Riverina Institute's ground breaking Indigenous Pre-employment Construction Program drew to a close with a special farewell event held recently at the Wagga Wagga Base Hospital redevelopment site.

The program, funded by the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet, was developed to prepare long-term unemployed Aboriginal students for employment in the construction industry.

Riverina Institute...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 12 November 2014 07:48

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