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  • Initiating Employment
  • ‘I take pride in how my work breaks disadvantage in our community each day.’ Ian Assistant Manager, Strategic Careers Programs Department of Education
  • Ian aligns strategic programs and initiatives with the NSW Department of Education’s geographic and subject areas of workforce need. “I work closely with universities to create and support promotional strategies to attract the best and brightest candidates to pursue a career in educationeducation.”
  • “I’m able to interact with university students and directly impact on their future and on society. We offer them a chance to experience and consider working in a disadvantaged, rural, or remote community.” ““It’s challenging and at the same time very satisfying, and the feeling of accomplishment is always shared among the team.”
  • Darrell Aboriginal Training Coordinator Department of Industry, Skills & Regional Development Initiating Employment Initiating Employment Ian Assistant Manager, Strategic Careers Programs Department of Education
  • ‘Endless opportunity to use my skills and make a difference.’ Beverley Senior Learning & Development Department of Justice
  • Beverley is responsible for the development and delivery of training for community corrections and other staff across Corrective Services NSW (CSNSW). ““Working in my role allows me to assist staff to upskill, affording them greater career opportunities.”
  • “I enjoy having the opportunity to guide people in learning and growing professionally and personally.” “Learning p“Learning provides an endless opportunity to not only utilise my skills, but to continue to improve them and grow as a professional.”
  • Initiating Employment Beverley Senior Learning & Development Department of Justice
  • Initiating Employment Darrell Aboriginal Training Coordinator Department of Industry, Skills & Regional Development ‘I take pride in how my work breaks disadvantage in our community each day.’
  • Darrell Aboriginal Training Coordinator Department of Industry, Skills & Regional Development Darrell monitors Aboriginal apprenticeship and traineeship placements and provides mediation and conflict resolution for Aboriginal learners who are completing their training. ““It gives me a great deal of job satisfaction when one of my students completes their training and attains qualifications to assist them to chase their goals and life ambitions.”
  • Darrell Aboriginal Training Coordinator Department of Industry, Skills & Regional Development “Working with the community is one of the things I enjoy every single day of my job. Over the years, I wouldn’t have a clue about the number of employment and training opportunities that have been created as a result of my contribution, but whatwhatever the number might be, this is something I’m very proud of.”
  • Initiating Employment Darrell Aboriginal Training Coordinator Department of Industry, Skills & Regional Development ‘I take pride in how my work breaks disadvantage in our community each day.’ Darrell Aboriginal Training Coordinator Department of Industry, Skills & Regional Development Initiating Employment
  • Initiating Employment www.iworkfor.nsw.gov.au linkedin.com/company/nsw-government PPT-collage-title PPT Ian-slide1 PPT Ian-slide2 PPT Ian-slide3 PPT Ian-slide4 PPT-Beverley-slide1 PPT-Beverley-slide2 PPT-Beverley-slide3 PPT-Beverley-slide4 PPT-Darrell-slide1 PPT-Darrell-slide2 PPT-Darrell-slide3 PPT-Darrell-slide4 end slide
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  • Initiating Employment
  • ‘I take pride in how my work breaks disadvantage in our community each day.’ Ian Assistant Manager, Strategic Careers Programs Department of Education
  • Ian aligns strategic programs and initiatives with the NSW Department of Education’s geographic and subject areas of workforce need. “I work closely with universities to create and support promotional strategies to attract the best and brightest candidates to pursue a career in educationeducation.”
  • “I’m able to interact with university students and directly impact on their future and on society. We offer them a chance to experience and consider working in a disadvantaged, rural, or remote community.” ““It’s challenging and at the same time very satisfying, and the feeling of accomplishment is always shared among the team.”
  • Darrell Aboriginal Training Coordinator Department of Industry, Skills & Regional Development Initiating Employment Initiating Employment Ian Assistant Manager, Strategic Careers Programs Department of Education
  • ‘Endless opportunity to use my skills and make a difference.’ Beverley Senior Learning & Development Department of Justice
  • Beverley is responsible for the development and delivery of training for community corrections and other staff across Corrective Services NSW (CSNSW). ““Working in my role allows me to assist staff to upskill, affording them greater career opportunities.”
  • “I enjoy having the opportunity to guide people in learning and growing professionally and personally.” “Learning p“Learning provides an endless opportunity to not only utilise my skills, but to continue to improve them and grow as a professional.”
  • Initiating Employment Beverley Senior Learning & Development Department of Justice
  • Initiating Employment Darrell Aboriginal Training Coordinator Department of Industry, Skills & Regional Development ‘I take pride in how my work breaks disadvantage in our community each day.’
  • Darrell Aboriginal Training Coordinator Department of Industry, Skills & Regional Development Darrell monitors Aboriginal apprenticeship and traineeship placements and provides mediation and conflict resolution for Aboriginal learners who are completing their training. ““It gives me a great deal of job satisfaction when one of my students completes their training and attains qualifications to assist them to chase their goals and life ambitions.”
  • Darrell Aboriginal Training Coordinator Department of Industry, Skills & Regional Development “Working with the community is one of the things I enjoy every single day of my job. Over the years, I wouldn’t have a clue about the number of employment and training opportunities that have been created as a result of my contribution, but whatwhatever the number might be, this is something I’m very proud of.”
  • Initiating Employment Darrell Aboriginal Training Coordinator Department of Industry, Skills & Regional Development ‘I take pride in how my work breaks disadvantage in our community each day.’ Darrell Aboriginal Training Coordinator Department of Industry, Skills & Regional Development Initiating Employment
  • Initiating Employment www.iworkfor.nsw.gov.au linkedin.com/company/nsw-government PPT-collage-title PPT Ian-slide1 PPT Ian-slide2 PPT Ian-slide3 PPT Ian-slide4 PPT-Beverley-slide1 PPT-Beverley-slide2 PPT-Beverley-slide3 PPT-Beverley-slide4 PPT-Darrell-slide1 PPT-Darrell-slide2 PPT-Darrell-slide3 PPT-Darrell-slide4 end slide
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