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Waste management training program for Indigenous shire workers

 

Overview

This program operates in MacDonnell Shire Council in the southern part of the Northern Territory (NT). The purpose of this training program is to give Indigenous Shire workers the skills to manage community rubbish programs. Shire employees who complete the training receive a certificate-based qualification in Land management and environmental health.

The course covers all aspects of the rubbish cycle, including:

The training program was started by MacDonnell Shire Council in 2011, and will eventually be completed by all Shire workers involved in waste management.

Contacts

Graham Murnik
MacDonnell Shire Council
Alice Springs Office
cnr Bagot Street and South Terrace
Alice Springs NT 0870
Ph: (08) 8958 9600
Ph: 1300 360 959
Fax: 08 8958 9601
Email: info@macdonnell.nt.gov.au

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Last updated: 6 September 2013
 
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