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Tauondi College hosts inaugural Employers Network Breakfast

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Tauondi College, an independent Aboriginal controlled and managed post-secondary college established in 1973 held its Inaugural Employers Network Breakfast recently.

Tauondi College Mentor Officer, Ms Leonie Nissan, said she was delighted with the 25 representatives from five different businesses who took the time to meet with Tauondi staff and students to develop and strengthen...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 19 April 2012 20:33

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Learning Workshop launches ‘onTrack’ DVD in Mossman

DVD launchOne of Australia's leading private Registered Training Organisations (RTO), The Learning Workshop, launched its new, interactive learning resource, 'onTrack' this week in Mossman. Comprising a DVD, 'onTrack' aims to promote literacy and numeracy within Indigenous communities.

The managing director of The Learning Workshop, Sue said Monday's gathering was very positive with the 'onTrack' film well received...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 12 April 2012 20:21

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