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Industry Skills Advisory Council NT
The Industry Skills Advisory Council NT (ISACNT) is proud to again be sponsoring the NT Training Awards, this year as platinum sponsors. ISACNT’s mission is to be the principal source for the Northern Territory on matters related to industry vocational education and training (VET), and development of a skilled workforce through proactive engagement and research. As an independent, not-for-profit organisation, ISACNT works with local businesses, registered training organisations, schools, employees and the Northern Territory (NT) Government.
The Industry Collaboration Award highlights the holistic approach to future jobs through education and training that ISACNT champions. They wholeheartedly encourage and support collaborations across the sector to achieve common goals, share resources and encourage participation by more communities. By working closely with stakeholders, ISACNT are able to increase industry skills capacity and capability across the NT.
ISACNT is committed to supporting workforce development across the NT, and highlighting those who are excelling in VET. Just as the NT Training Awards finalists have proven, lifelong learning will become the norm as we rapidly move into the 21st century. As platinum sponsors of the 2018 NT Training Awards, ISACNT aims to share the new mindset of skills clusters and portable skills for jobs of the future. They also hope to share the value of 21st century skills to employers, and the value of lifelong learning through opportunities for up-skilling and re-skilling.
ISACNT supports the awards as it believes VET is vital to prepare for Australia’s future workforce. They congratulate all the finalists, and look forward to seeing them champion the future of work in the Territory.
Local Territorians are involved with training in one way or another throughout their life. The prosperity and wellbeing of our future workforce relies on us providing training opportunities to our youth to succeed and achieve their goals.
GTNT are proud to continue to sponsor the School Based Apprentice of the Year category.
GTNT continues to provide employment and training opportunities for local Territorians through apprenticeships and are building our local skilled workforce.
McArthur River Mine
Situated in the remote Gulf region 900km southeast of Darwin, McArthur River Mine (MRM) is a world-class zinc-lead mine.
Operating since 1995, MRM is the world’s second largest zinc resource and a key operation in Glencore’s global portfolio. It is a fly-in fly-out site operating on a 24/7 basis.
We value being part of the Northern Territory community. Our business contributes around $450 million a year to the Territory economy and employs 750 people.
Hastings Deering (Australia) Ltd has been in the NT for 70 years, in this time we have produced many apprentices. Some have stayed with us, some have taken up opportunities with other businesses in the NT, interstate or overseas following their careers.
Our main aim with our apprentice and training program is to grow our own tradesmen from local people and train them to the latest technology of the Caterpillar brand. This is to ensure that we can support our customers in the civil, mining and transport sectors to keep the NT moving forward.
As operator of the Ichthys LNG Project, INPEX’s business is built on the passion and talent of our people, which is why we look to attract, motivate and retain the very best that the world has to offer.
INPEX is a diverse, inspiring and challenging place to build an exceptional career and we are committed to creating an efficient and effective working environment. We invest in our employees’ development, including online and classroom-based courses and resources, supported by a wide range of on-the-job learning and coaching programs.
The Ichthys LNG Project has been a proud sponsor of the NT Training Awards since 2010.
NEC continues to be a proud sponsor of the NT Training Awards. As the Territory’s largest private sector information and communications technology (ICT) employer, NEC is committed to creating jobs that enable people to work, live and raise families in the NT.
Over decades, its significant commitment to employment strategies have been designed to enhance skills, develop career pathways and build capabilities for the local industry.
NEC creates career propositions that guide young Territorians through their schooling - including targeted programs for Aboriginal students - towards the opportunities of a prosperous and positive ICT career.
East Arnhem Regional Council
As one of the largest employers in Arnhem Land and sponsors of the NT Training Awards for over five years, East Arnhem Regional Council (EARC) recognises the importance in providing lifelong career pathways for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in the workforce.
EARC is a unique organisation that has a strong and culturally diverse workforce delivering facets of local government and vital community and commercial services across nine remote Aboriginal communities of north eastern Arnhem Land and Groote Eylandt, NT. EARC continues to employ and develop a 300-strong workforce, of which 56% are Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
EARC shows a commitment to their community by building relationships, emphasising learning and development, and building partnerships.
Charles Darwin University
Vocational education and training supports everyone in the NT. It seeds aspirations in individuals to build satisfying careers. It supports communities in sustainable skills development across all locations. It supports industry and government in meeting skills demands and fostering economic prosperity.
The NT Training Awards evidence the many success stories we have as a sector. Charles Darwin University supports the NT Training Awards because it takes immense pride in the sectors’ achievements, and the positive impact VET has on all people in our community.
Study NT - The Department of Trade, Business and Innovation
The Department of Trade, Business and Innovation through StudyNT is proud to sponsor the NT International Vocational Student of the Year Award.
StudyNT is committed to supporting the wellbeing of international students studying in the Territory and by sponsoring this award we are recognising and rewarding their contributions to their VET studies, their local communities and the Territory.
Seven Darwin are proud to be a sponsor of the NT Training Awards. We are involved in these important awards and provide sponsorship because it aligns with the values of our organisation as well.
Training is the foundation of the ongoing success of a business or organisation. It provides the platform for everyone to gain increased knowledge and confidence to develop and reach their goals.
Seven Darwin acknowledges these awards as recognition of not only the employees that have benefited from outstanding training techniques as well as the organisations who have provided these opportunities. It is a sponsorship Seven Darwin highly values.
Hot 100 and Mix 104.9
Hot 100 and Mix 104.9 are proud to support the NT Training Awards, and enjoy the opportunity to promote the virtues of training and celebrate Territorians who are excelling in their fields.
Hot 100 and Mix 104.9 are the Top End's leading commercial radio stations and can also be heard via relay in Katherine, Pine Creek, and Bathurst Island. Territorians wake up to the familiar sounds of Sarah and Taz on Hot 100 and Greg and Ali on Mix 104.9. With promotional highlights such as Live Like a Rock Star and Pay Your Bills, both stations combined offer the greatest reach into the Top End market of any media organisation.
The NT News is committed to providing Territorians with the best in local news, sport, entertainment and agenda setting journalism.
The NT News is known internationally for its unique and ‘talked about’ front pages, and it delivers on that in spades, but that personality is balanced with the best political, business and local news in the Territory which helps it to remain a part of reader’s daily routine. Across all print and digital products, we continue to offer compelling content that Territorians turn to each and every day.
Last updated: 18 June 2019