Poul Bottern

Poul Bottern (MBA Hons, GAICD) joined IntoWork Australia as Group CEO in 2012 having over 30 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, training, education and support provider with over 200 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, and attendance at the 2022 National Jobs and Skills Forum.

Operating across 19 companies, the IntoWork Group employs over 1800 staff, 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 supports many disadvantaged young people and people with disabilities to enter the workforce and settle into the community as a DES and NDIS provider.

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Learning Partners joins IntoWork Group

IntoWork Australia is thrilled to announce Learning Partners has joined the IntoWork Group. Based in Launceston, Learning Partners is a well-respected Registered Training Organisation (RTO) specialising in work-placed based training across several sectors including Building & Construction, Transport & Logistics, Business Administration, and Community Services. They were awarded Large Training Provider of the year at […]

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MPA Skills joins IntoWork Group

IntoWork Australia is pleased to announce MPA Skills has joined the IntoWork Group. After supporting MPA Skills to exit from voluntary administration, IntoWork is committed to supporting staff, apprentices and students within the business to grow and thrive going forward in a supportive environment. With various sites across Western Australia, the business offers a range […]

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Young men urged to keep their health in check this Men’s Health Week

Australian Trade Training College (ATTC) Trainer Joe Augustine is using his personal experience to drive home the message to current and future tradesmen that regular health checks can save men’s lives. Currently 50 men a day die from preventable causes, and half of all men will face a mental health disorder in their lifetime. Joe, […]

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