Whether you are a local resident, settler or tourist exploring this beautiful country, NAIDOC week celebrated from 7 to 14 July is the perfect time to get oriented with Indigenous Australia’s rich culture, history and traditions. National Aborigines and Islanders … Continued
Harmony Day is always a big deal at MTC Liverpool. This year, our Skills for Education & Employment students took part in a massive community initiative that required them to think of home and get creative.
Mapping Liverpool, Mapping Home… Continued
Special guests including The Hon. Mark Taylor MP, Blacktown Mayor Stephen Bali MP, and Councillor Reena Jethi from the Hills Shire Council joined students and teachers in celebration of their brand new science lab and kitchen.
There was excitement in … Continued
Adam is a busy father of two with a full personal and professional life. Whether he’s managing a team at work or joining the family for a scenic drive on the weekend, there’s not a lot of free time in … Continued
Research from the Health Benefits of Good Work Campaign is shining the spotlight on how businesses and employees can profit from ‘good work’.
Work used to be considered a means to an end: you turn up, do your job, get … Continued
At the launch event for MTC’s Reconciliation Action Plan, Warakirri College student Shontelle Willis-Hayek gave a moving speech about her journey to connect with her Aboriginal heritage. The speech is reprinted here with her kind permission.
Today I would like … Continued
To coincide with National Reconciliation Week, MTC Australia employees joined with students from Warakirri College Blacktown and notable guests to celebrate the launch of its first Reconciliation Action Plan.
Tuesday 29 May was an important day for MTC, as we … Continued