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Published on Apr 20, 2012
It is predicted that in the next 5 years in Australia there will be a shortage of 35,000 skilled tradesmen in the mining, oil and gas industries. Debbie Butler, Principal of Operations Training at Metallurgical Coal in Australia, however, is helping us to bridge the gap and identify people who have skills to meet our business needs.
The Advanced Entry Apprenticeship Program has been developed to leverage existing skills and provide people with the opportunity to have those skills and relevant experience formally recognised. It ensures our people can develop specialised skills, no matter what stage they are at in life.