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Pictured L-R: Brad Jackson - Haymans Regional General Manager, Mark Heselwood - Haymans Townsville Manager, Sharon Allan - Director of Steve Allan Electrical, Trevor Rethamel - President of Childhood Cancer Support.
Our commitment to reconciliation
Share MEGT is proud to announce that our Stretch Reconciliation Action Plan January 2018-January 2021 has been formally endorsed by Reconciliation Australia. This is our third Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP),
Youth Bonus wage subsidy – up to $10,000 for eligible employers
Australian employers may be eligible for a wage subsidy of up to $10,000 (GST inclusive) to encourage businesses to hire, train, and retain eligible job seekers. Established by the Australian
QLD Youth Boost Payment – up to $20,000 for eligible employers
As part of the Queensland Government’s Back to Work scheme, Queensland employers may now be eligible for a Youth Boost Payment of up to $20,000. To be eligible, employers must
Need an extra pair of hands? Consider a school-based apprentice or trainee.
Want to build your team? Consider a school-based apprentice or trainee! Across all industries, from small businesses to large companies, school-based apprentices and trainees are adding value to workplaces
Dunkley Apprenticeships Drive
On Monday 30 January, Assistant Minister Andrews – Assistant Minister for Vocational Education and Skills, visited Mornington, Victoria to launch the Dunkley Apprenticeships Drive. The aim of the drive is
Childcare students get hands-on learning at MEGT Institute
At MEGT Institute, we provide our Early Childhood Education and Care students with practical, hands-on learning. As part of their first unit, our students learn how to provide appropriate
MEGT Institute – Little Learning School’s Career Day
Recently, MEGT Institute childcare students and their trainers visited Little Learning School’s Career Day. The event was a great opportunity for our students to get a firsthand look at a