WPC Group signs/partners with Australian employment covenant

WPC Group is pleased to announce on Thursday 7th April WPC took part in signing an Australian Employment Covenant (AEC) which is an industry driven initiative aimed at securing 50,000 sustainable jobs for Indigenous Australians. The team at WPC will be working in close partnership with AEC staff to ensure as a team we place as many indigenous youth into suitable and structured employment arrangements as possible. This initiative will form part of the exiting Read more…

Shake a Leg indigenous apprentice Sian Morley

Trainee Profile

What were you doing before ShakeaLeg? After completing year twelve at Footscray City College I didnt know what I wanted to do, I took some time off from working and travelled in America for three and a half months.  When I returned I continued working part time at Sunshine Leisure Centre but I didnt feel this was the career path I wanted to take. I continued in this job, setting myself short term goals to Read more…

Indigenous News

WPC Chairman Congratulates Finalist Apprentice/Trainee of the Year – Indigenous WPC Group was delighted with Gayleen Majid who was a finalist in the 2010 New South Wales Group Training Awards held in Sydney this week. The Award was sponsored by the Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations. Gayleen is currently completing a Certificate III in Automotive Mechanical technology (Heavy Vehicle Road Transport). Gayleen did a pre apprenticeship on Thursday Island and worked in a Read more…

Employers

Shake a Leg is an innovative indigenous apprentice and trainee program targeting young indigenous Australians. We at Shake a Leg would like to acknowledge the traditional owners of the land in which you live and work. We would like to acknowledge past and present elders whose strength and guidance we are guided by. Also we would like to thank past and present elders for the respect and foundation they have taught us to use through Read more…