MEGT celebrates National Reconciliation Week
- Published on Wednesday 29 April, 2015
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MEGT Melbourne office launched its celebration of National Reconciliation Week with a morning tea.
Guests, Tito Pal, Regional Officer with the Department of Justice and Keith Majoos from Tranpura, mixed with the MEGT team and carpentry apprentices, talking about career streams through apprenticeships for ex offenders.
MEGT is committed to reconciliation; envisaging a nation that is built on equality, diversity, unity, understanding and respect for all. As a well regarded employment, education and training provider, MEGT aims to ensure all Australians have equal access to meaningful and rewarding employment.
MEGT is proud to take part in our nation’s journey towards reconciliation. We launched its first Reconciliation Action Plan in 2013 to record our experience and work with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and their communities. It provides us with a formal avenue to embed reconciliation in our organisation’s culture.
MEGT recognises reconciliation as a key priority in our work across Australia, especially as we continue to work with the youth of Australia through apprenticeships, traineeships, education, training and employment.