Work & Training is Tasmania’s largest employer of trainees and apprentices and also the largest private provider of training and assessment in the state. We would not be able to achieve this without the dedication, expertise and passion of our people, who number in excess of 40 state-wide.
Our people are experts in their respective fields and undertake continuous professional development to ensure that they are able to provide our clients with the most up-to-date information on current market trends and workforce development.
Our people take pride in being a valuable resource for business owners and managers in relation to this and also provide effective support to employees undertaking training and those seeking to enter the workforce.
As a Tasmanian not-for-profit entity, we are aware of our commitment to ensure that we are adding the greatest value to the community through providing pathways to employment across the state. Our fantastic people are integral to our achievement of this.
Elizabeth Board holds a Master of Education and a Graduate Diploma of Business Administration and has nearly 50 years’ experience as an English teacher at primary, secondary and tertiary level.
In 2001 she was awarded the Peter Crook Award for Leadership in Development, thanks to her role as Director of Development at Camberwell Grammar School in Victoria which she held for 24 years.
She has extensive experience in the not-for-profit sector, including aged care, regional hospitals, apprenticeships and training. As an Associate of Philanthropy Squared, Elizabeth has consulted in fundraising strategy and implementation to schools and universities. She is also a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and a Fellow of Educate Plus.
Dale joined the board of Work and Training Limited in 2015.
With over 35 years’ experience in Commercial Banking and Finance in Tasmania Dale brings to the board a wide range of business skills and a sound knowledge of the Tasmanian business environment.
Poul Bottern (MBA Hons, GAICD) joined IntoWork Australia as Group CEO in 2012 having over 20 years experience in management and executive level roles across community, training and employment related services.
Poul has worked with the Board and Management Team in building IntoWork Australia into a large progressive employment, recruitment, training and community service provider with over 100 locations across Australia. He is actively involved in various forums and peak bodies, including his role as the President of the National Australian Apprenticeship Association.
Operating across 12 companies, the IntoWork Group employs over 750 staff, and thousands of apprentices, trainees, and short term placements, and trains tens of thousands of students each year. As an Apprenticeship Network Provider the Group supports tens of thousands of people entering apprenticeships and traineeships, and also supports many disadvantaged young people and people with disabilities to enter the workforce and settle into the community as a DES and NDIS provider.
Kate joined the Work & Training Board in April 2019 and is an experienced group executive who is highly adept at balancing achievement of business imperatives with ensuring a strong customer-centric approach to all elements of the business.
She has more than 25 years experience in strategic marketing and communications and more than 10 years in general management, covering a broad range of sectors including education, finance and maritime.
She is a Graduate Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and a Fellow of the Australian Marketing Institute. Her qualifications include a Graduate Diploma in Public Relations (Deakin University) and a Bachelor of Arts Degree (UTAS).
Andrew has extensive experience in Senior Management and Directorships in Local Government and across numerous industries.
Andrew’s skills include governance, financial, strategic and project management, along with Human Resources and Workplace Health and Safety.
Andrew is a Graduate Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, a Fellow of the Institute of Public Accountants and a Member of Local Government Professionals Australia. His qualifications include a Master of Business Administration.
Andrew has built wide-ranging networks throughout many sectors in Tasmania.
Greg was a host employer for AGA , with over 50 apprentices and trainees in the businesses he was working.
He was a director of AGA and was Chairman of AGA when they merged with INGT in August 2017. Since then, Greg has been Deputy Chair for the INGT.
He currently sits as a director on CTC board and recently joined the Work & Training board. His background is in the Automotive Service & Parts departments as General manager for multiple service department sites in Melbourne.