We are pleased to announce a partnership between Fulton Hogan and PEEDAC, an Indigenous not for profit organization that provides a range of valuable services to make training, work experience and employment accessible.
The MOU creates a platform for PEEDAC, nbnTM and Fulton Hogan to work together to identify Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander candidates eligible to commence a traineeship with Fulton Hogan in Western Australia and to provide financial and mentoring support for those trainees.
The aim of this initiative is to fill a skills shortage and drive greater training and workforce participation by Indigenous youth.
PEEDAC is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Kaarta-Moorda Aboriginal Corporation and delivers a wide range of educational and learning programs including Indigenous Advancement Strategy, Disability Employment Service, and job-ready programs and training through their Registered Training Company – Job TrainWA.
Image above – MOU signing: Ken Jennings (JobTrainWA Manager), Michael Thorne (PEEDAC Managing Director), Stacy Brittain (HR Coordinator, Fulton Hogan), Elardus Rademeyer (Project Support Manager, Fulton Hogan) and Sam Marshall (Stakeholder Engagement Lead, nbn)