We acknowledge the traditional custodians of Country where we live and work.
We pay our respects to Elders of past and present and acknowledge continuous connections and contribution to land, sea and community.
MPREC has been working hard to support local community groups, with one initiative being featured in the Cobar Weekly newspaper.
MPREC’s VTEC Case Manager visited Elders and community members in Menindee, Broken Hill and Dareton, to connect with people and promote MPREC programs.
MPREC’s Vocational Training and Employment Centres Case Manager has travelled to several communities to discuss employment opportunities.
Staff from MPREC’s Remote School Attendance Strategy (RSAS) division have participated in a training course to help develop more programs.
MPREC’s CDP staff have gathered for a team building event to undergo training and networking.