IntoWork Australia welcomes the announcement of a $716 million program to extend wage subsidies for apprentices employed under the Boosting Apprenticeship Commencements program (BAC). The Completing Apprenticeship Commencements (CAC) program provides wage subsidies for the second and third years of an apprenticeship, for those employed under the original BAC program. “The BAC program which runs Read More
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Work & Training has received state government funding to offer an additional 170 fee free training places to Tasmanians looking for a rewarding career in Aged Care and Disability Support. Work & Training, one of the state’s leading training and recruitment providers has been successful in gaining additional funding to expand its delivery of Aged Read More
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IntoWork Group CEO Poul Bottern and Interact Board Member Beau Vernon discuss the benefits of diversity in the workplace and Beau shares his amazing journey.
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Poul, joined by Mas Tasmania Operations Manager and proud Dalrymple woman Lalla Mackenzie, discusses Reconciliation Action Plans, practical tips to build an inclusive workforce, and understanding how to engage with the world’s oldest continuous civilisation.
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Over half of the 250,000 new jobs set to be created over the next two years will be apprenticeships and traineeships. IntoWork Group CEO Poul Bottern talks with TickerTV about how businesses can tap into the state and federal government support available to help build their skilled workforce through apprenticeships and traineeships. Also hear from Read More
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