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csg Aboutusgeneric_2 Aboutusgeneric_1 mine Jo-Anne Burke, DB Scaffolding; Susan McGuire, Mayogroup Community Event Winner went to BMA 50th Celebrations Aboutusgenericimage_3 dragline (L-R) Blackwater Lionesses Joy Fernie, Helen Phillips, Shirley Pidgeon, Jeannette Fletcher and Sheena James (L-R) Blackwater Lions members Mick and Liz Gilligan, Dou and Rosie Dickens Blackwater Rotarians Diane Lawrie and Josh Clutterbuck Greg Byrne, Downing; Ian Reed, QNP Junior Sports Award winner Jordan Russell Award winners seen here with CHRC Councillor Brimblecombe
csg Aboutusgeneric_2 Aboutusgeneric_1 mine Jo-Anne Burke, DB Scaffolding; Susan McGuire, Mayogroup Community Event Winner went to BMA 50th Celebrations Aboutusgenericimage_3 dragline (L-R) Blackwater Lionesses Joy Fernie, Helen Phillips, Shirley Pidgeon, Jeannette Fletcher and Sheena James (L-R) Blackwater Lions members Mick and Liz Gilligan, Dou and Rosie Dickens Blackwater Rotarians Diane Lawrie and Josh Clutterbuck Greg Byrne, Downing; Ian Reed, QNP

Training through the downturn
CQ resource business recognised for commitment to training
Wednesday 12 July 2017  

Central Highlands business, TNC Cranes, has been recognised for its commitment to training this week.

The State Government nominated them as a regional finalist in the Queensland Training Awards which shine a spotlight on training excellence and recognise individuals committed to vocational education and training.

The TNC Cranes nomination was in the Central Queensland Small Employer of the Year category for businesses with 19 or less full-time equivalent employees.

TNC Cranes general manager Matt Conway says he is thrilled with the announcement.

“We focus heavily on education and training to support our customers, and build a solid foundation for our staff in their chosen career,” Mr Conway he said.

“This not only assists the individual and helps to grow our own business, but it strengthens our community.

“On the job training has to be a partnership between the business, the individual and the education provider and we all need to come to the table to maximise the opportunity for success.

"Not only for the individual but also for the industry that they contribute to.”

 

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