Mr / Miss NAIDOC 2016 Nomination Information

Dear All,
Now is your time to encourage our future Indigenous Youth Leaders to come forward and be apart of the 2016 NAIDOC Celebrations. 
 
This year the award categories & selection criteria for Mr / Miss NAIDOC has taken a new direction, the NAIDOC Committees aim is to acknowledge the Indigenous Youth who strive to bring on a positive change for both Indigenous & Non Indigenous people in our Community. We encourage all Organisations to nominate future Indigenous Youth Leaders as your Mr / Miss NAIDOC Entrant.
 
Please forward the attached “CQ Miss NAIDOC 2016 Nomination Information” through your networks. 
 
 
Happy NAIDOC
 
2016 NAIDOC Committee – Rockhampton 

CQ NAIDOC Events Registration For NAIDOC Calender

The Rockhampton NAIDOC Committee 2016 are calling for ALL events to be held in NAIDOC Week Celebrations for the 2016 NAIDOC Calendar:
If you or your organisation/agency is planning to host a 2016 NAIDOC Event and would like it to be placed in the this years community calendar, then we need your information by close of business  Friday 3rd June 2016
Please complete the attached information and forward it to:rocky.naidoc@gmail.com or for more information please call The NAIDOC Hotline : 0456 864 633
Happy NAIDOC
Rockhampton NAIDOC Committee

Ready for Work pre-employment courses

CTC is rolling out its next series of pre-employment courses under the Ready For Work program.  Our “I’m Ready” courses commence on Monday 8th February – please see the attached flyer.  These courses are targeted to 15-24 year olds who have been unemployed for 6 months or more, are eligible for employment services or assistance, and who have significant barriers to learning and/or employment.

We still have some places left in these excellent courses, so please contact us for details on 1300 999 282.

Courses are conducted in 4 week slots of 9am – 12pm, Monday to Friday, and include a diverse range of topics from the usual job seeking skills right through to making the most of your money, dressing for success,  maintaining good health, and  dealing effectively with conflict.  This will then be followed by 2 weeks of work experience.

We are keen to hear from any employers who are willing to take on a young person to give them a taste of what it’s like to work and to help build up their work ethic.  Employers could use this work experience  opportunity to ‘trial’ potential future employees or simply as a way to help cultivate our local future workforce – all for no cost at all!  CTC has the appropriate insurance coverage for any employers who might have any concerns in this regard.  All work experience candidates will come to the employers ready to undertake their on-site induction, and will have already undertaken CTC’s own on-line generic safety inductions.

If you know of anyone who’d be prepared to accept a young person into their workplace to undertake work experience for two weeks, please let contact Shellee Baker on 1300 999 282.

+ CTC Ready For Work Courses 2016