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Australia's leading private provider of vocational education and training.
Australia's leading private provider of vocational education and training.

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Curtis McGrath lost both of his legs (among other injuries) while serving in Afghanistan in 2012.

Thanks to Mates4Mates, Curtis is back on his prosthetic feet, and training to represent Australia in canoeing at the Rio Paralympic Games next year. 

Read more & donate to Mates4Mates: http://bit.ly/donate2mates
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Careers Australia congratulates Certificate III in Hospitality student Daniel Baldwin, who was named Mantra Hotels Trainee of the Month for February!

Daniel completed 3 Blackboard interactive lessons and quizzes over the busy Christmas/Australian Open rush, always puts his hand up for more work and has just been promoted to Front Office Manager for the Mantra Group.

See how Careers Australia is delivering quality training for the Mantra Group: http://bit.ly/1rJBnGx
(Pictured: Daniel Baldwin with Nathan Copsey from Mantra Group)
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You already know we've teamed up with Nova 106.9 and Channel Seven Brisbane to head to Kokoda in April. But we're also working with Mates4Mates - an organisation that supports the physical and psychological rehabilitation of current and former Australian Defence Force personnel. Their “mates” can be wounded, injured or ill members of the Army, Navy, Air Force and affiliated forces.

Mates4Mates have centres operating in Brisbane, Townsville and Hobart offering physical rehab, psychological services, career coaching and adventure challenges. Ambassadors for the charity include Governor General Sir Peter Cosgrove, Broncos legend Darren Lockyer, and acting export Hugh Jackman. Show your support by donating at http://bit.ly/donate2mates
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Coming from a family of builders, it was inevitable that Jeremy Beresford would one day go into the industry.

As a qualified carpenter, Jeremy had completed his Certificate III in Carpentry with Careers Australia, but furthered his skills by enrolling into the Diploma of Building and Construction.

Find out more about Jeremy's dream of establishing a sustainable buliding company: http://bit.ly/1GglURX
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Our Nerang hub recently hosted an evening for our most recent Cert IV graduates. Among them was Rae (pictured middle), who is currently working in the construction industry for Metricon Homes. She furthered her skills to further her career in the industry that she loves. Also pictured are Hub Manager Dallas (left) and Certificate IV in Construction trainer Gary (right).
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Katherine fell in love with cooking whilst working as a cook in her home town in Germany. When she came to Australia, Katherine enrolled into the Certificate III in Commercial Cookery course on offer at Careers Australia’s Melbourne hub.

Following a successful ten weeks of theory in the classroom and nine weeks of placement in the campus café, Katherine commenced work at The Olsen Hotel, in South Yarra.

Read more about Katherine's journey: http://bit.ly/1Cw52tO
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The next Careers Austraila schools program professional development seminar is in Melbourne on Wednesday March 25.

This event will be a great opportunity to network with peers and source relevant and up to date information to assist students decide on a career pathway.

More info and booking details: http://bit.ly/1G06YM0
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Careers Australia congratulates our recent Diploma of Nursing graduates from our Gotha St hub.
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