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State Government looks at new work opportunities

State Government looks at new work opportunities

A good number of business leaders attended a special lunch with the Training and Skills Commission held at the Dining Room, Seppeltsfield Wines last Tuesday.

Mr Anthony Kittel, Chairman of the Training and Skills Commission extended an official welcome to those present.

He explained that the Training and Skills Commission is currently looking at the changing nature of work opportunities in the future.

The commission has had a good response from the regional area which shows the high growth businesses revealed.

He said the commission will be doing further work in the region, explaining that the only way to get it right is to get out into the regions and report back to the Minister.

Mr Paul Amos, HR manager at the Co-op was guest speaker and explained what the Co-op is doing in the way of certificate training.

He said the Co-op has five butchers and the company discovered attracting good butchers was like finding hen’s teeth so they decided to start employing apprentices.

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