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Refugees and migrants come to Australia with a wealth of skills, experience and aspirations; however, they face multiple barriers when trying to apply these within the Australian labour market. IntoWork Group CEO Poul Bottern discusses the specialist programs, such as Mas’s Supporting Migrant Women into Employment that are helping break down those barriers.
MRAEL school-based trainee and proud First Nations student Kyezaya Namai-Sabatino was named Australia’s best 2023 School-based Apprentice or Trainee at the 30th Australian Training Awards on Friday 17 November. The Napranum resident, who is completing a Certificate II in Engineering, was recognised for his strong work ethic, passion and dedication to his traineeship at Rio […]Read More
Seven years ago Maryam Azizi arrived in Hobart knowing only one word of English. Now she has been recognised as one of Tasmania’s best dental trainees. Maryam’s path to being a successful, award winning Dental Trainee has been a challenging one to say the least. After fleeing Afghanistan, Maryam and her family lived for years […]Read More
IntoWork Group businesses MRAEL and Mas National are proud to be supporting two of Australia’s best trainees at the 2023 Australian Training Awards later this month. MRAEL school-based trainee and proud First Nations student Kyezaya Namai-Sabatino won the School-Based Trainee Award at the Queensland Training Awards in September. The Napranum resident was recognised for his […]Read More