Supporting Careers on Country

Wednesday 28th April 2021, Tamworth Local Aboriginal Lands Council facilitated a specialised career expo. ‘Careers on Country’ was held at Trelawney Station just outside of Somerton, NSW. Offering a unique opportunity for our surrounding indigenous students, there was an array of career opportunities on display. The students could interact and engage in conversations, ask questions about careers and employment in a picturesque location. The expo overall saw approximately 15 stallholders ranging from Fire+Rescue NSW, Industry related sectors, Universities and NSW training services.

“I think the day was a huge success. Students had the opportunity to engage and ask questions about how to get into an apprenticeship and what jobs Many Fabrication and Engineering offers. It’s a great opportunity for us to help them gain a better understanding of what employers are looking for and the skills they can develop”.

Hollie Crawford – Marketing Co-Ordinator, Many Fabrication & Engineering

Many Fabrication and Engineering team members, Hollie & Lauren, were equipped to demonstrate the various opportunities our company can offer. Students were treated to a time-lapsed mine shutdown video, slideshow, equipment display, small project pieces and an array of resources outlining employment opportunities; including apprenticeships, traineeships and roles our company offers.