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Aboriginal Student of the Year nominee – Chelsea Deverell

It’s National Skills Week, and to celebrate we are putting the spotlight on some of our outstanding apprentices, trainees and students who are nominated in the upcoming 2017 Tasmanian Training Awards held on Friday, 1 September. Good luck to all of the Work & Training nominees! Chelsea Deverell – Aboriginal Student of the Year nominee Chelsea completed…

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Up to $4000 in state government incentives for upskilling young Tasmanians

Access up to $4000 in state government incentives while upskilling young Tasmanians through Work & Training For over 30 years, Work & Training has helped businesses in Tasmania with workforce solutions. Over this time, we have learnt exactly what business owners need when working with apprentices and trainees: And it doesn’t stop there. Effective 1…

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Supporting small businesses with apprentices and trainees in Launceston

Focus on your business while we focus on your workforce For over 30 years, Work & Training has helped businesses across Tasmania with workforce solutions. Our experience has shown that business owners need access to expertise on apprentices and trainees from industry specialists. With support from the state government, we are pleased to announce a…

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Work & Training recognised in Business Achievement at Devonport City Council

Work & Training would like to congratulate Maret Pearson – one of our Business Consultants – for being recognised in the Devonport City Council’s ‘Diamonds of Devonport’, a program awarding and recognising the achievements of women who live or work within Devonport. Having been nominated in the category of Business Achievement by Work & Training,…

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Work Ready for the Building & Construction Industry – information session

Want a job in the Building and Construction Industry? Attend our FREE information session! The Work Ready for the Building and Construction Industry Program is designed to show you what to expect on a typical day in the industry. Throughout this program, you will engage with industry mentors and operating businesses. Participants to undertake both…

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