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Trainee nurse’s wish: a university degree and life helping others

nurse kristy_sciberrasBy Jen Rosenberg of the Sydney Morning Herald newspaper

Holding down three jobs but with no qualifications, Kristy Sciberras jumped at the chance to train as a nurse.

 

She saw a notice at the local medical centre advertising places to train Aboriginal acute care assistants-in-nursing - an initiative to provide a bridge to a community that does not traditionally...

 

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Last Updated on Saturday, 17 March 2012 09:58

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Fortescue adds another eight to the list of graduates from Roebourne

roebourneVTEC graduationFortescue Metals Group (FMG) celebrated the achievements of eight of its Aboriginal trainees in a graduation ceremony from the company's Vocational Training and Employment Centre (VTEC) in Roebourne.

A Fortescue spokesperson said the eight graduates successfully completed Certificate II in Infrastructure and Resources Surface Extraction at the Pilbara Institute's Minurmarghali Mia...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 08 March 2012 05:59

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