Bamara DHUB welcomes Alister Henskens SC MP to Dubbo
NEWSDHUB Bamara DHUB welcomes Alister Henskens SC MP to Dubbo
Alister Henskens – Minister for Skills and Training in the NSW Government- met with staff, students, employers and trainers associated with the Bamara – Dubbo Opportunity Hub and Yilabara Solutions on Wednesday 16 March 2022.
The venue for the meeting was Dubbo Regional Theatrette – Oxley Room, 155 Darling Street Dubbo.
Training Services NSW funds both organisations as providers of the Aboriginal Initiatives programs, Opportunity Hubs under the NSW Government OCHRE strategy and Yilabara Solutions under the Barrangirra, Skilling for Employment Initiative.
Brooke Mallison, Coordinator of Bamara DHUB and Coordinator Tiddas in Trades program
Hailey Gray, Administration Bamara DHUB
Khiarna Hargraves, Trainee Bamara DHUB
Laura Wilson, Dubbo Traffic Control and Provider of training in Tiddas in Trades program
Joel Mealey, HMC Solution and Provider of training in Tiddas in Trades program
Wayne Mallison, Owner/Director Wayne Mallison Painting and Decorating Pty Ltd
Matthew Clarke, CEO Yilabara Solutions
Julie Blackhall, Baduwa and Barranggirra Program Manager
provides a culturally adapted six-week pre-employment training program for Aboriginal women in the Dubbo/Wellington region and provides access to construction and earth moving industries
raises awareness of the opportunities that exist for women in non-traditional and male-dominated industries
promotes local networking between employment services, training providers and local employers in the region and creates a pipeline of trained/skilled Aboriginal women to strengthen the local labour market.
Training undertaken included:
CPCCWHS1001: Prepare to work safely in the construction industry
RIISAM202E: Use hand and power tools
BSBTWK201: Work effectively with others
RIIWHS202E: Enter and work in confined spaces
RIIWHS204E: Work safely at heights
RIIMPO321F: Conduct civil construction wheeled front end loader operations