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Golden West supports training program for locals in Toowoomba

jai-dennison---high-res-convertedGolden West Apprenticeships have responded to Energy Skills Queensland's (ESQ) 'Forty Jobs in a Fortnight' invitation to local employers by conducting a group sign-on of Indigenous job seekers at RoadTek's Toowoomba Depot this Friday.

ESQ's Federal Government funded Queensland Workforce Skilling Strategy training program is working with local employers to find...

 

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Last Updated on Sunday, 23 March 2014 15:14

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WA businesses in the spotlight

REFAP-resized-2-7035-convertedThe outstanding achievements of two Aboriginal businesses have been recognised at this year's Western Australian Regional Small Business Awards.

REFAP (Real Employment for Aboriginal People), Karratha won the Aboriginal Business Award for the second year in a row, and Tarunda IGA, Fitzroy Crossing was chosen as a finalist in the Franchise Award...

 

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Last Updated on Sunday, 15 December 2013 13:19

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