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Brighte Women in Energy Scholarships

Two TasTAFE-trained electrotechnology apprentices have gained scholarships recognising their commitment to study and interest in further developing their knowledge of renewable energy. Apprentices Chey Sullivan from NECA Education and Careers hosted by Contact Electrical and Erin Kingston from Derwent Electrical, were today awarded Brighte Women in Energy Scholarships to help them further their careers in …

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Jess Gala

Job: Child Safety Officer

Industry/Sector: Allied Health

I think it’s a really great career if you’re wanting variety. No two families you’re working with are the same. You’ll learn a lot about people, and hear so many life stories.

Lyndon Riggall

Job: English Teacher

Industry/Sector: Education

Lyndon’s parents knew he’d be a great teacher before he did. His career path shows there’s no right or wrong direction to explore.

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Celia Beyer

Job: Senior Occupational Therapist

Industry/Sector: Allied Health

I like the variety of working with different people. I get to know people and develop a holistic picture of their life. Plus, there is a bit of problem-solving, and creative thinking involved to help people return to daily tasks and get home.

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Mining and Manufacturing Career Awareness Program

The Mining and Manufacturing Career Awareness Program (MAMCAP) is a tailored program to assist in career awareness for the Mining and Manufacturing sectors. The program is aligned to the Australian Secondary School Curriculum and involves an engaging presentation leading into a hands-on activity to show case the diverse careers and pathways options within the sectors. …

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