Department of Corporate and Information Services annual report 2016-17
Annual report 2016-17
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Annual Report 2016-17 | Department of Corporate and Information Services98 O U R PEO PLE Teah McCallum, 2017 NT Trainee of the Year Award Finalist 2017 Northern Territory Trainee of the Year Award Finalist Teah McCallum works in the Employment Programs Unit and is one of the top three finalists who are vying for the 2017 NT Trainee of the Year Award. Teah has completed a Cert I, II and III in Business and is currently studying for her Cert IV in Business and Cert IV in Leadership and Management. I am motivated by the goals I surround myself with; wanting to achieve, learn and develop both personally and professionally gives me a great sense of accomplishment. Its something that I can look back on and say I achieved that. I enjoy being able to build my skillbase and pursue my career aspirations while learning valuable life lessons. I am incredibly grateful and lucky to have taken on the Vocational Education and Training (VET) pathway as it has provided great career opportunities and a fantastic pathway into higher education. I have been able to complete beneficial certificates, expand my knowledge and also learn the value of knowledge, determination and having confidence within yourself. The Traineeship Program provides an amazing array of qualifications and self-improvement. I believe that my decision to have taken on a traineeship will take me very far in life and I look forward to what the future holds. The NT Training Awards recognises the top apprentices, trainees, vocational students, Aboriginal students, employers, VET trainers, training providers and businesses leading the way in vocational education and training. Teah should feel very proud of being short-listed as a finalist in her award category, an amazing achievement on its own. Teah will find out if she will be crowned the NT Trainee of the Year Awards Gala Dinner Presentation in September 2017, and if successful will represent the Northern Territory at the Australian Training Awards. ABORIGINAL EMPLOYMENT PROGRAM The department actively seeks ways to increase Aboriginal employment by supporting the Aboriginal Employment Program (AEP). In 2016-17, DCIS supported three AEP participants who commenced their Certificate II in Business Administration program in February 2017. Two successfully completed the program in June 2017 and commenced employment with the department. AEP Participants
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