Mar 31, 2021

BHP backs Future of Work training initiative

BHP backs Future of Work training initiative Mackay nurse Alycia Blank has enrolled in a graduate certificate at Central Queensland University as part of the Future of Work Program.

BHP is partnering with the Commonwealth Department of Education, Skills and Employment (DESE) to create training opportunities for up to 1000 Australians in regional areas. The mining company is investing $30 million in the Future of Work Program, designed to strengthen economic resilience in regional communities. The program offers advanced apprenticeships, skills and short-course training…

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