MAS National’s Cycle of Change program held its graduation ceremony on Thursday 13 December, attended by the State Manager for Department of Jobs and Small Business and other local support networks. The Cycle of Change program, designed to engage young people that are at risk of long-term unemployment, provides support and empowerment, combining vocational and Read More
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MAS National are proud to partner with Lighthouse Youth Projects to deliver the Cycle of Change program in South Australia. Lighthouse Youth Projects Inc are a registered charity and volunteer supported not-for-profit organisation sharing a love of riding and living life to the fullest. LYP strive to help kids at risk of not being awesome, Read More
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Senator the Hon Michaelia Cash (Minister for Small and Family Business, Skills and Vocational Education) has released two important updates regarding the Vocational, Education and Training (VET) sector and Australian Apprenticeships. MAS has welcomed both announcements, which highlight the Federal Government’s commitment to the future of the VET sector and Australian Apprentices: Delivering skilled workers Read More
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MAS National would like to advise all our valued clients of our Christmas trading hours. All MAS offices will close at 5:00pm Monday 24th December and will re-open on Wednesday 2nd of January 2019 at 8:30am. Please see table below: DayDateOpening Hours Monday 24th December 8:30am – 5:00pm (Normal Hours) Tuesday 25th December Christmas Day Read More
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IntoWork Australia has been selected by The Department of Jobs and Small Business to provide ‘Transition Services’ to retrenched workers, those facing retrenchment and employers wishing to partner with an expert.
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