Careers in Mining: Surface Excavation and Mobile Plant Operation

Careers in Mining: Surface Excavation and Mobile Plant Operation

Published on : 21 October 2021

Mining is a sector that employs a large number of people in whichever region the mining operators work in. It has been found that approximately 278,000 people are employed in the mining industry in Australia, which is a clear indication that there is no shortage of excavator jobs in mining. If you are considering a… Continue reading Careers in Mining: Surface Excavation and Mobile Plant Operation

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Industry Skills Training to Help Get Your New Job

Industry Skills Training to Help Get Your New Job

Published on : 19 October 2021

It’s an unfortunate reality that youth unemployment is a perpetual issue. Young people are willing to work but struggle to get employed in a competitive market. The reasons are varied, including fewer apprenticeships and entry-level positions, and more workers putting off retirement.  For those dealing with long-term unemployment, the impact of this is keenly felt,… Continue reading Industry Skills Training to Help Get Your New Job

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Training Alliance Group makes the headlines

Training Alliance Group makes the headlines

Published on : 19 October 2021

Students ready to build a career. The group took part in a Certificate III course in civil construction plant operations and machine tickets.

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Sharlorna’s Story: Building Confidence and Career

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Noah’s Story: Swapping University for a Career in Construction

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Staff Profile – Mark Bullimore

Staff Profile – Mark Bullimore

Published on : 8 October 2021

With 20-odd staff delivering between 11 and 14 courses a month around Western Australia, there’s no such thing as a typical day for TAG’s General Manager of Training. Whether he’s chasing up equipment for a construction course up north or dropping into a course down south, Mark Bullimore must ensure up to 250 students a… Continue reading Staff Profile – Mark Bullimore

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Job Market News

Job Market News

Published on : 8 October 2021

State Budget delivers for trainingWA Treasurer and Premier Mark McGowan unveiled a $5.6 billion surplus in the 2021-22 State Budget earlier this month — the largest in WA’s history. This has been directed towards a range of measures supporting the creation of new jobs and the diversification of the economy, including $121.4 million to fund… Continue reading Job Market News

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On the Right Path

On the Right Path

Published on : 8 October 2021

It’s hard enough to find work when you’re young and inexperienced but when you’re a young mother still at school, the search becomes even tougher. Nsimire was completing a year 11 Young Parents Program at Balga Senior High School when she started looking for casual work in the retail or hospitality industry. However, with no… Continue reading On the Right Path

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Fighting Fit

Fighting Fit

Published on : 8 October 2021

The WA economy is off the COVID-19 canvas and punching well above its weight, according to the Chamber of Commerce and Industry WA (CCIWA). In its biannual Outlook report, with Premier Mark McGowan in boxing gloves on the cover under the heading “World Title Beckons”, it said the State was well placed to grow at… Continue reading Fighting Fit

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Driving Employment

Driving Employment

Published on : 8 October 2021

The Morrison Government has announced increased support for job seekers trying to get a driver’s licence, significantly bolstering employment prospects. Employment services organisations working as part of the Government’s JobActive program can access funding for lessons as well as travel costs such as public transport and fuel. The new measures provide vital practical support to… Continue reading Driving Employment

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