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MPREC travels to communities to promote VTEC opportunities

29 November, 2017

MPREC’s VTEC (Vocational Training and Employment Centres) Case Manager, Brendan Doyle, has travelled to several communities in the region, to promote employment opportunities available.

Brendan travelled to Broken Hill, Wilcannia and Cobar and met with different organisations in regards to employment, to strengthen MPREC’s relationship with them and discuss upcoming opportunities.

One of the highlights of the trip was when Brendan was interviewed on Wilcannia River Radio by Ally from the Mallee.

“She asked some great questions about how the VTEC program works and how MPREC can help our members gain employment.”

“It is a significant issue for these communities and it was great to travel to meet with people.”

“I hope to make some difference going forward in Far West NSW. There are so many great organisations working to create employment.”

Brendan also urged anyone seeking employment to contact MPREC.

Photo: Brendan being interviewed by Wilcannia River Radio


Vocational Training and Employment Centres

Learn more about the VTEC program

This initiative is funded/supported by the Australian Government.

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